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Los Amigos Country Club7295 E Quill Dr
Downey, CA 90242
Phone: (562)862-1717Fax: (562)869-3988
This course has two beautiful lakes and one of them comes into play on hole #16. This basically flat course is fun for the entire family to play. However, the fairways are mostly doglegs, so being able to work the ball either way should help with positioning yourself for solid approach shots.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||Shirt and shoes required|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Course reviews for Los Amigos Country Club
Average Golfer Review (3.3 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 3
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| 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
A Good Day Golfing........, Jan 13, 2005
|reviewer: Danny Cleghorn
from Long Beach, Ca.
|This is a GREAT course to get out with friends and enjoy a day on the links ! Not very long, but you'll need to be able to work the ball right, left and straight in order to score low here. There's a couple of lakes that come into play that can be a hazard to your slice ! One long Par 3 at 230 yards can make or break your front 9. Good food, pro shop, putting green, and employees are nice, too. Love this place.|
| 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Desmond D, Jun 08, 2004
|reviewer: Dennis OConnor
|One of my favorites. I call it the Little Rivera. The fairways are tight and the greens are small and have more rolls than a bakery. Large trees line the fairways and, like Rivera, you have to hit the best side of the fairway for your second shot. The difference is the distance, it's plays short and you rarely use your LONG irons. When this course is called too easy, I laugh.|
| 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
Fun course. Nice challenge for mid to high handicappers, Mar 08, 2004
|reviewer: Shane Johnson
from El Segundo, CA
|This course offers more challenge than one might guess from reading the statistics. It offers a good mix of ease and danger. The front nine is wide open with the only real danger being the fully mature trees that line the perimeter of the course. Hazards on the front nine are easily avoided and long ball hitters will love the way they can open up with little danger. The back nine, on the other hand, is narrower, tighter, filled with right and left doglegs, and water. Trees play a much greater role on the back nine as do the sometimes hidden water hazards. Big drivers need to put the Bertha away as this nine requires precision more than might. I call this course "The Great Equalizer" because of the challenges it affords all levels and styles of players.|