Fullerton California Golf Courses

Coyote Hills Golf Course
Fullerton Golf Course

Featured Golf Course Review:
Fullerton Golf Course -- Plan on a long day
Review by: Preston This is one of the few golf courses that should be plowed over and turned into condos. This course is maintained like a hillbillys back yard. Plan on a 6 hour round , and loosing at least a dozen balls. You can loose a ball in the fairway if you are not looking. Yikes, this place is bad.
From Brea, California

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Santa Teresa Golf Club - Eighteen Hole Regulation Course -- Pretty course great for novice and more advanced
Review by: Dave G. The front nine is mostly flat and circles the beautiful southern San Jose mountain valley. Not too tough for the beginner and requires some thoughtful shot placement for the intermediate golfer. The back nine travels up into a very pretty mountain area with overlooking tees as well as some tricky climbing holes. If you are out of shape, take a cart. These holes offer a bit more challenge than the front. The course has a very nice 9 hole pitch and putt course which is ideal for teaching kids. The practice area is also handily located next to the clubhouse. Play can be very slow on a weekend so get out early. Also, it can be tough to get a tee time so call early. They have been steadily raising the green fees, and I am finding $54 with no cart on a weekend to be a little pricey, but it is still the cheapest in the South Bay area. If you want better prices, go to the East Bay courses.
From San Jose, CA