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post #37 of 51

If you don't mind dropping some $$, Trump National in Rancho Palos Verdes definitely has quality rentals and is a gorgeous course...and at least when I played on a similar itinerary, it wasn't bad at all getting back to the airport after my round (?going against traffic...i'm not from LA)

post #38 of 51

Great.  Rancho Park it is.  Thanks a million guys.

post #39 of 51

Any recommendations for something within 20-30 minutes (weekday AM, considering traffic) of Pasadena? 

post #40 of 51

I dont think OP ever mentioned what part of LA he is in. I like the long beach muni courses personally but im in OC but 5 minutes from Long beach so I have never ventured up to LA LA

post #41 of 51

I played dominguez hills once and hated it.

post #42 of 51
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I dont think OP ever mentioned what part of LA he is in. I like the long beach muni courses personally but im in OC but 5 minutes from Long beach so I have never ventured up to LA LA

 

Going to be in Long Beach in a month.  Any recommendations on courses I should play under $100?  Also looking for a good clubfitter in the area.  Not opposed to driving a couple hours for either.  Thanks

post #43 of 51
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Going to be in Long Beach in a month.  Any recommendations on courses I should play under $100?  Also looking for a good clubfitter in the area.  Not opposed to driving a couple hours for either.  Thanks

I would say you could get away with any long beach courses for under 100. Most are like 70 tops. If you want to step it up a little I dont know you'd have to ask somebody else. I can barely stand to pay that much. But for long beach I really like skylinks or el dorado. If you wanna travel into OC more Mile square is just down the freeway and a nice course. still around 65.

post #44 of 51
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I would say you could get away with any long beach courses for under 100. Most are like 70 tops. If you want to step it up a little I dont know you'd have to ask somebody else. I can barely stand to pay that much. But for long beach I really like skylinks or el dorado. If you wanna travel into OC more Mile square is just down the freeway and a nice course. still around 65.

 

Skylinks and El Dorado both seem to get recommended a lot, so I'll definitely try both of those out.  Will maybe check out Mile Square one day when my brother is at work.  What about Los Verdes if I play early enough to avoid the worst of the crowds?  Seems to get mixed reviews.

post #45 of 51
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Going to be in Long Beach in a month.  Any recommendations on courses I should play under $100?  Also looking for a good clubfitter in the area.  Not opposed to driving a couple hours for either.  Thanks


Take the 405 N to the 118 to Moorpark and play Rustic Canyon. $41.00 to walk and it's one of the best courses I've played. Not a beautiful course but some of the best green complexes ever and a ton of fun..

post #46 of 51
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Take the 405 N to the 118 to Moorpark and play Rustic Canyon. $41.00 to walk and it's one of the best courses I've played. Not a beautiful course but some of the best green complexes ever and a ton of fun..

 

from long beach??  sure, if smellysell wants to spend all day in his car.  i think that recommendation is nuts considering we're talking about south la.

post #47 of 51

Industry Hills is one of my Favs!  They had an LPGA event in 2011.

 

70-$80 weekdays...  mondays they sometimes have a $55 special

post #48 of 51
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Industry Hills is one of my Favs!  They had an LPGA event in 2011.

 

70-$80 weekdays...  mondays they sometimes have a $55 special

 

they have that special *every* monday! :)  (well, except holidays..)

 

both courses are in the best shape in over a year, highly recommended.  even the $105 rate on the weekends makes it worth it.  comparable courses in the OC are about $60 more.

post #49 of 51
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they have that special *every* monday! :)  (well, except holidays..)

 

both courses are in the best shape in over a year, highly recommended.  even the $105 rate on the weekends makes it worth it.  comparable courses in the OC are about $60 more.


or you can drive your a** 70 miles from long beach to the deep valley... up to you smelly!

post #50 of 51

Thanks guys!

 

Any good fitters you guys would recommend?

post #51 of 51
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from long beach??  sure, if smellysell wants to spend all day in his car.  i think that recommendation is nuts considering we're talking about south la.


He specifically said he's willing to drive a few hours.

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