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Anaheim Hills Public Country Club6501 E Nohl Ranch Rd
Anaheim, CA 92807
Phone: (714)998-3041Fax: (714)921-9183
This is one of the most hilly and undulating public courses in Orange County. This course was built on rolling hills, but the fairways are primarily level. Seven of the narrow, tree-lined fairways are doglegs, providing for many blind shots to the greens if your tee shots aren't well placed. Many of the fairways have out-of-bounds stakes along the sides. A creek comes into play on some holes, and a lake guards three sides of the green on hole #13. The most scenic hole on the course is #13, a 207-yard, par 3, with a view of the entire course and surrounding terrain. Another notable hole is #15, a 366-yard, par 4, with an equally scenic view of the course and requiring golfers to tee off from an elevated tee, measuring over four stories in height. Hole #17, a 164-yard, par 3, requires a tee shot from a box forty feet above the green. This course's greens vary in size, undulation, and at times speed, depending on the direction your putting in regard to the hilly terrain. The facility constructed sixteen new covered stalls for its driving range, along with new mats and balls, in 1996. Their 24-hour tee time reservation line is (714) 765-4653. Friday is considered part of the weekend.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||No tank tops or cutoffs|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Course Management a Must, Jan 13, 2005
|reviewer: K.P. O'Brien
from Tustin, CA
|This is the kind of course you play if you're looking for a challenge and genuinely want to improve your game. The layout is peppered with a number of doglegs, elevated approach shots & tight fairways. There is a premium on your 1st AND second shot. The putting surfaces are usually in good condition but demand an accurate eye to read them correctly. If you can shoot only 1-2 strokes off your handicap, then you're ready for just about any golf course.|