Santa Barbara California Golf Courses

Birnam Wood Golf Club
Glen Annie Golf Club
Hidden Oaks Country Club
La Cumbre Country Club
Montecito Country Club
Rancho San Marcos Golf Course
Santa Barbara Golf Club
Valley Club of Montecito


Featured Golf Course Review:
Montecito Country Club -- My first course
Review by: Trent Adams I grew up playing MCC. The main criticism of the track has always been that you never get a flat lie, which is often enough true, but a weak criticism nonetheless. When typically fast the greens are challenging (hint: everything breaks toward the ocean); on #13, if you don't keep it below the hole, any putt you don't sink will wind up all the way at the bottom. The course favors a longer driver, and offers plenty of challenge and opportunity for creativity. And you can't beat the view of the Pacific.
From Irvine, CA USA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Montecito Country Club -- My first course
Review by: Trent Adams I grew up playing MCC. The main criticism of the track has always been that you never get a flat lie, which is often enough true, but a weak criticism nonetheless. When typically fast the greens are challenging (hint: everything breaks toward the ocean); on #13, if you don't keep it below the hole, any putt you don't sink will wind up all the way at the bottom. The course favors a longer driver, and offers plenty of challenge and opportunity for creativity. And you can't beat the view of the Pacific.
From Irvine, CA USA

Birnam Wood Golf Club -- Short , narrow and open for play
Review by: Moe Wright This little used course is a gem for anyone who can get on it. It was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and it presents golfers with well maintained narrow fairways. Accuracy is rewarded more than distance on this 5,890 yard par 70 course. The views of the Pacific ocean and the coastal mountains are outstanding. The practice facilities are excellent.
From Santa Barbara, CA




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