Orange County San Diego Los Angeles
Receive offers and updates
left spacer
Golf in Orange county

Aliso Creek Golf Course Picturesque nine-hole course in canyon with coastal breezes and 19 bunkers. M–Th $26, F $30, Sa-Su $35. 31106 Pacific Coast Hwy., South Laguna, 949.499.1919 Map I16

Anaheim Hills Golf Course “The Hills.” Fine golf value, 18 holes set amid California terrain with vistas, valleys, stream, oaks, sycamores. M–Th $48, F $57, Sa–Su $66. Includes cart and use of GPS system. 6501 E. Nohl Ranch Road, Anaheim, 714.998.3041 Map B5www.playanaheimgolf.com/golf/proto/playanaheimgolf

Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club Upscale course on the Ladera Open Space Reserve. M–Th $65, F $78, Sa–Su $94. Includes golf cart. 26772 Avery Parkway, Mission Viejo, 949.305.5100 Map E6

Black Gold Golf Club Challenges at oil-themed canyon course include elevation changes, blind tee shots. M–Th $87, F $99, Sa–Su $115. With cart.
1 Black Gold Drive, Yorba Linda, 714.961.0060
Map A4

Costa Mesa Golf and Country Club Mesa Linda course is shorter, harder than Los Lagos. Mesa Linda $24–$34; Los Lagos $31–$43. 1701 Golf Course Drive, Costa Mesa, 714.540.7500 Map D3

Coyote Hills Country Club Course designed by Cal Olson and PGA Tour legend Payne Stewart. Lighted driving range, chipping and sand play area. M–Th $100, F $110, Sa–Su $125. 1440 E. Bastanchury Road, Fullerton, 714.672.6800 Map A3

Dad Miller Golf Course Walkable, tree-lined course—Tiger Woods’ home course during high school—for beginning to intermediate golfers.
M–Th $27, F $35, Sa–Su $39. 430 N. Gilbert St., Anaheim, 714.765.3481 Map G8 www.playocgolf.com/dadmiller.htm

Fullerton Golf Club Creek plays into many holes. Call for rates. 2700 N. Harbor Blvd., Fullerton, 714.578.9201 Map A3

Mile Square Golf Course Two challenging 18-hole courses. M–Th $34–$38, F $39–$45, Sa–Su $48–$60. 10401 Warner Ave., Fountain Valley, 714.962.5541 Map C2

Monarch Beach Golf LinksMonarch Beach Golf Links Ocean views abound at 18-hole course at St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort. M–Th $175, F–Su $195. Includes cart. Twilight rates available. 50 Monarch Beach Drive, Dana Point, 949.240.8247 Map J16 www.monarchbeachgolf.com

Newport Beach Golf Course Contoured executive course offers night play. $11–$25. 3100 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach, 949.852.8681 Map M15

Oak Creek Golf Club Tapered fairways, bull-nose carved bunkers and picturesque greens on Tom Fazio course. M–Th $110, F–Su $150. Includes cart. 1 Golf Club Drive, Irvine, 949.653.5300 Map D5

Pelican Hill GOLF CLUB Two gorgeous courses reopened after a two-year renovation as part of the sumptuous new Resort at Pelican Hill; coastal views from virtually every hole. $250 daily, includes cart. 22701 Pelican Hill Road S., Newport Coast, 949.467.6800 Map L17

Rancho San Joaquin Course offers big hilly greens with water on seven holes. Call for
rates. 1 Ethel Coblin Way, Irvine, 949.786.5522 Map D4

Strawberry Farms Golf Club Eighteen-hole course; rolling greens, picturesque canyon, wetland vistas, county’s longest hole. M–Th $110, F–Su $160. Includes golf cart. 11 Strawberry Farms Road, Irvine, 949.551.1811 Map D4

Talega Golf Club Scenic canyons and marshes, Spanish Colonial–style clubhouse are backdrop for meandering 18-hole championship course with Augusta white sand bunkers, designed in part by Masters champion Fred Couples. M–Th $80, F $90, Sa–Su $100. 990 Avenida Talega, San Clemente, 949.369.6226 Map south of F6

Tijeras Creek Golf Club Play through front “lake” nine, old-growth sycamores, oaks and native chaparral on back nine. Tim Robinson designed. M–Th $80, F $95, Sa–Su $110. 29082 Tijeras Creek Road, Rancho Santa Margarita, 949.589.9793 Map east of E6

Tustin Ranch Golf ClubTustin Ranch Golf Club Upscale, Ted Robinson– designed course has challenging greens, palm trees, lakes. County’s only public golf course with private caddie service. M–Th $110, F $130, Sa–Su $160. 12442 Tustin Ranch Road, Tustin, 714.730.1611 Map C5 www.tustinranchgolf.com



Soouthern California Magazine Group

Advertise | Contact | Order WHERE | Additional WHERE Cities | Home


©2008 Southern California Magazine Group
Website designed by PurpleFishMedia


 

 

Advertise Contact Us Order WHERE