Los Angeles California Golf Courses

Bel-Air Country Club
Brentwood Country Club
Chester Washington Golf Course
Griffith Park Golf Courses - Harding Course
Griffith Park Golf Courses - Wilson Course
Hillcrest Country Club
Los Angeles Country Club, The - North Course
Los Angeles Country Club, The - South Course
Los Feliz Golf Course
Maggie Hathaway Par 3 Golf Course
Mountain Gate Country Club - Lake/North Course
Mountain Gate Country Club - North/South Course
Mountain Gate Country Club - South/Lake Course
Rancho Park Golf Course
Roosevelt Municipal Golf Course
Westchester Golf Course
Wilshire Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Bel-Air Country Club -- Fantastic walk in a high class park
Review by: D. Windley I really liked this course. The view south toward L.A. and Santa Monica Blvd from the first tee is really quite spectacular. The course is neatly carved into the hills of Bel-Air. It is a short course, requiring good shot-making, but one on which you can "go low" if you hit the tee-ball straight (don't even need driver on several holes), hit your short irons well, and tap it with your putter. These greens were fast I thought and several were small to boot. And they told me that they were mowing them high. Whew! I three-putted three times on the front. A player faces elevation changes throughout the course, but particularly on relatively long par threes on the back side - 10, 13, 16. The single par 5 on the back is a very long straight away hole with a steep hill to the right and a stream to the left. If you're in the groove, it looks like a runway and makes you want to swing away from the tee and go for the green in two. Long hole though and green is well-guarded by traps. The surrounding "real estate" adds to the views. Playing with someone who knows the history makes the round a very interesting experience. A lot of fun...would love to play it again.
From Nashville, TN

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Griffith Park Golf Courses - Harding Course -- Not golf
Review by: Nick Unless you have a reservation card, going to one of these courses is an utter waste of time. Not only will you wait several hours to get on, the round itself will easily take up to 6 hours.
From Los Angeles

Los Angeles Country Club, The - North Course -- A Thomas Course really worth playing
Review by: David Shannon I played the North Course this summer and was very impressed. The condition of the course is extremely good and the layout is well-balanced offering a variety of interesting golfing situations. There are one or two "quirky" holes in the middle (eg 6 and 8). As I have given the maximum rating, I will only point out the potential weaknesses (which are nitpicks only): the front nine starts with two par 5s, which is unusual. The par 5 8th, with its second shot where you cannot take more that a 7 iron to get over the barranca, is frankly a little weak. Otherwise, LACC North is superb and well worth travelling for a game ... if you can get on.
From Sydney Australia




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