Glendora California Golf Courses

Glendora Country Club
Glen Oaks Golf & Racquet Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Glen Oaks Golf & Racquet Club -- Great beginner course
Review by: Anonymous This course is great for beginners, but will disappoint any experienced golfer. There is no rough, water, rocks, or any other hazard other than the occasional bunker. All holes are simple Par 3 shots, so for the beginner it is an excellent way to get into the game, without being too intimidated.
From Diamond Bar, CA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
De Laveaga Golf Course -- Great course, Excellent value for money.
Review by: Rick De Laveaga is my favorite course in Santa Cruz. It's got some very challenging holes that I return again and again to try to beat. My nemisis is #10, a par 5 that needs a long drive and a great 2nd shot that needs a long carry cutting the corner over a large ravine to have a prayer at par (I've only succeed at once). It's on top of a hill overlooking Monterey Bay, with some fantastic views. Quiet and removed from the city. It's a great place to spend an afternoon away from everything. The course is public and conditions have varied over the years, but has generally been pretty good the last couple. They are currently doing a major renovation and I am anxiously awaiting it's re-opening to full operation in July 2005. What I've seen looks pretty good. Greens fees are the lowest of any 18-hole course in the area and gets my vote for best value-for-the-money in the area.
From Santa Cruz, CA




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