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Oakmont Country Club3100 Country Club Dr
Glendale, CA 91208
Phone: (818)542-4292Fax: (818)248-1058
This course is located in the greenest part of California. The greens are very fast. The course has many sand bunkers and on a couple of occasions you must hit over two barranca areas. Billy Bell, William F. Bell and David Rainville have each taken a turn redesigning this course.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Course reviews for Oakmont Country Club
Average Golfer Review (4.5 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Tough Day, Jan 22, 2005
|Very challenging golf course with fast greens. Every putt will have a break. Small greens make it difficult to land the ball within 20 feet of the cup. Fairways are wide open and length off the tee is necessary to have a chance at par.|
| 24 of 26 people found the following review helpful:
Tough but Fair, Jan 23, 2004
|reviewer: Alan Amitin
from Los Angeles, CA
|Oakmont is a picturesque layout in the foothills of Glendale with lovely mountain views. The course is an old-style country club layout which rewards well planned out shotmaking. The greens are usually very fast and reward players for being below the hole. The Pac-10 Conference Championship was held at Oakmont in 2003 and only two players broke par (288) in a field of 50. The players found the par 3's particularly challenging. The greens are very well protected with sand bunkers and the fairways are heavily tree-lined. Best time to play Oakmont is in the spring and fall. I find the twelfth hole to be the most challenging. It is a 420 yard par four, uphill and terraced. The green is long and narrow, two-tiered and protected by a large bunker on the right and a drop-off hill and trees on the left.|