Majestic Golf Land

★★★★☆

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Do NOT get your clubs repaired at the Majestic Golf Land repair shop. I took a new Bertha Ti 3 wood to reshaft with an Aldila NVS. The guy burnt the face on the club. First he tried charging $40 for the service-- the standard is $25 for reshafting. He wouldn't refund my money. The people at the pro shop did not want anything to do with the matter. I waited an hour and received a refund. No apologies for permanently damaging a $200 club. I am in the process of filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau. The service at Majestic is very unprofessional. Unless you're Korean, you are not going to be treated well. The workers have an unfriendly demeanor, and the only time you will get positive service is when you are buying a club. I used to go three times a week and usually once a week I see a customer complaining about the service. The range itself is nice. Everything else is subpar.

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Do NOT get your clubs repaired at the Majestic Golf Land repair shop. I took a new Bertha Ti 3 wood to reshaft with an Aldila NVS. The guy burnt the face on the club. First he tried charging $40 for the service-- the standard is $25 for reshafting. He wouldn't refund my money. The people at the pro shop did not want anything to do with the matter. I waited an hour and received a refund. No apologies for permanently damaging a $200 club. I am in the process of filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau. The service at Majestic is very unprofessional. Unless you're Korean, you are not going to be treated well. The workers have an unfriendly demeanor, and the only time you will get positive service is when you are buying a club. I used to go three times a week and usually once a week I see a customer complaining about the service. The range itself is nice. Everything else is subpar.

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Way too much smoking! I play golf for the exercise and fresh air, but at Majestic, the NO SMOKING signs are not enforced and perhaps they should also be written in Korean. They have made only a few Non-smoking tees which are right next to the smokers and these Non-smoking tees are usually taken up by instructors with students.
Also, the mats are usually worn and ripped.
Aroma cost a little more, but it's way better.

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Way too much smoking! I play golf for the exercise and fresh air, but at Majestic, the NO SMOKING signs are not enforced and perhaps they should also be written in Korean. They have made only a few Non-smoking tees which are right next to the smokers and these Non-smoking tees are usually taken up by instructors with students.
Also, the mats are usually worn and ripped.
Aroma cost a little more, but it's way better.

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its all good the greens are the bomb and the atmosphere is one of a kind. the prices are very resonable and affordable.you must take your friends too.

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its all good the greens are the bomb and the atmosphere is one of a kind. the prices are very resonable and affordable.you must take your friends too.

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First it was mired in controversy before it opened early in 2004. Then it was shut down for several months afterward because golf balls were going through the netting and threatening L.A. City College students next door. Declared an eyesore by pretty much everyone in the vicinity, now Majestic Golf Land has been outed for not measuring up. It's true: the length of the range isn't 250 yards long, only 190. With all that crap, you'd think I'd find another place to swing. Heck no! The place is a tri-level practice palace if for no other reason then it being amazingly equipped with a sophisticated system that automatically tees up each ball for you. You pay your money, go to the tee box of your choice and your first ball's already there and waiting to be crushed or shanked or sliced or toed or whatever. No more fiddling with tokens and filling up buckets at the ball dispenser then having to bend over and over and over. Sure, there's funky Korean "pop" music fed through the facilities speakers, but

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First it was mired in controversy before it opened early in 2004. Then it was shut down for several months afterward because golf balls were going through the netting and threatening L.A. City College students next door. Declared an eyesore by pretty much everyone in the vicinity, now Majestic Golf Land has been outed for not measuring up. It's true: the length of the range isn't 250 yards long, only 190. With all that crap, you'd think I'd find another place to swing. Heck no! The place is a tri-level practice palace if for no other reason then it being amazingly equipped with a sophisticated system that automatically tees up each ball for you. You pay your money, go to the tee box of your choice and your first ball's already there and waiting to be crushed or shanked or sliced or toed or whatever. No more fiddling with tokens and filling up buckets at the ball dispenser then having to bend over and over and over. Sure, there's funky Korean "pop" music fed through the facilities speakers, but

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