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post #289 of 423

Any suggestions for Saturday golf that is quality in the area since Tukwet is full.

post #290 of 423
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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond View Post

Any suggestions for Saturday golf that is quality in the area since Tukwet is full.

You're near Anaheim, right?  Mile Square in Fountain Valley (where we played our first "tournament") has a couple of nice and reasonable courses.  There are a zillion more, but I don't know the north OC courses as well, so I'll let Beachcomber and Pakoh take this one ...

post #291 of 423
I can be in the general area- the OC or nearby

At same time if golfing in Southern California' is like golfing in Dallas, you've got to golf early on the weekends
post #292 of 423
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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond View Post

I can be in the general area- the OC or nearby

At same time if golfing in Southern California' is like golfing in Dallas, you've got to golf early on the weekends

Well, now that it's daylight savings time I think you're OK late too ... but, yeah, mid mornings at popular courses are risky.

 

Two more ... Black Gold in Yorba Linda and Coyote Hills in Fullerton both have some pretty good deals on golfnow.com.  Unfortunately, I've never played either so I can't really give much advice one way or the other.  They both look nice, and I've heard that Black Gold is tough, but other than that ... I got nothing. ;)

post #293 of 423

Oak Valley, which is across the freeway from Tuckwet, is a nice one. If you come out to the Palm Springs area, there are some really nice ones as well but a little on the pricey side.

post #294 of 423

Oh, one that I really liked but have only played once is Goose Creek in Corona ... http://www.goosecreekgc.com/  I've also heard Eagle Glen in the same area is pretty nice, and I believe that neither of them is too terribly pricey.  http://www.eagleglengc.com/

 

And here are the websites of the other aforementioned courses ...

 

http://www.blackgoldgolf.com/

 

http://www.coyotehillsgc.com/

 

http://www.oakvalleygolf.com/index.jsp

post #295 of 423

Mr D,

What type of course are you looking to play?

Mid range or high end cost, there are a lot of great courses, Coyote Hills is really nice $90 with cart, we only used to play this once a year Christmas Morning outting with a few friends.

Anaheim Hills lots of fun.

Green River, not played it in years, Diamond Bar the same.

West Ridge in La Habra, some like it others do not about $86 with cart Saturdays, keep up but some find it a tough course.

Fullerton a real muni course not always keep up, but a lot of regulars there every day.

La Mirada, our home course, fun and they keep it up we always have fun playing there but you have to play early gets a bit crowed on Saturdays and they like to send out 5 somes so it can back up. We walk on the back 9 to fill in some times and that moves really well. No tee time for that but you have to check in by 6:30 am or you will not get on. They stop the back 9 once the front catchs up.

 

Played Dos Lagos in Corona yesterday front 9 kicked my ass, back 9 was really fun a bit hot so I suggest if you play you tee early.

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FYI I live north of Disneyland this is all my area.

post #297 of 423
Enjoyed Los serranos in chino hills a couple of weeks ago (first time I've played it)
post #298 of 423

You should just go to Pelican Hill.a1_smile.gif

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Originally Posted by hacker101 View Post

Mr D,

What type of course are you looking to play?

Mid range or high end cost, there are a lot of great courses, Coyote Hills is really nice $90 with cart, we only used to play this once a year Christmas Morning outting with a few friends.

Anaheim Hills lots of fun.

Green River, not played it in years, Diamond Bar the same.

West Ridge in La Habra, some like it others do not about $86 with cart Saturdays, keep up but some find it a tough course.

Fullerton a real muni course not always keep up, but a lot of regulars there every day.

La Mirada, our home course, fun and they keep it up we always have fun playing there but you have to play early gets a bit crowed on Saturdays and they like to send out 5 somes so it can back up. We walk on the back 9 to fill in some times and that moves really well. No tee time for that but you have to check in by 6:30 am or you will not get on. They stop the back 9 once the front catchs up.

 

Played Dos Lagos in Corona yesterday front 9 kicked my ass, back 9 was really fun a bit hot so I suggest if you play you tee early.

Thanks!

 

Will look at it all.

 

Trying to do the planning now.

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Originally Posted by Pakoh View Post

You should just go to Pelican Hill.a1_smile.gif

I wish.

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Thread Starter 
Here are courses to consider... Look on their websites for deals...

Strawberry Farms
Monarch
Oak Creek
Oak Quarry
Goose Creek
Tustin Ranch
Telega
Arroyo Traubuco
Industry Hills
Hidden Valley
Black And Gold

Any of those are solid.
post #302 of 423

 El dorado in Long beach is a good track too...

 

so no one is recomending Ramcho San Joaquin!?  Wonder why?! Hahaha

post #303 of 423
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Originally Posted by Beachcomber View Post

Here are courses to consider... Look on their websites for deals...

Strawberry Farms
Monarch
Oak Creek
Oak Quarry
Goose Creek
Tustin Ranch
Telega
Arroyo Traubuco
Industry Hills
Hidden Valley
Black And Gold

Any of those are solid.

What?

 

No Goat Humper Thrills & Golf Club?

post #304 of 423

Tijeras Creek ....

 

Goat Humpers used to be nice, but they really let that place go recently.

post #305 of 423
Thread Starter 
The Sugar Shack may be more what your looking for?!
post #306 of 423

I forgot all about Industry Hill, they use to hold a lot of tournaments there, I would assume they have been keeping it up.

I think it will come down to how much you want to spend $$ and if you can get a tee time, it is starting to get crowed now.

 

Have fun let us know what you decided.

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