Consistently ranked one of the top par-3 courses in Southern California, Arroyo Seco Golf Course creates a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere for golfers. Beautiful magnolias, sycamores and palms line the narrow fairways, with a lovely pond and winding creek adding to the luscious scene. Beware the water hazards as you play these 18-holes.
Visit the Bel-Air Country Club to play at one of the highest-rated golf courses in California. This exclusive private club contains a challenging, 18-hole regulation course with a par of 70, a course rating of 72 and a slope rating of 133 on Bermuda grass.
Located minutes from the Pacific Ocean, beautiful Brentwood Country Club includes an 18-hole, par 72 golf course and a 20 tee driving range. The course, designed by Max H. Behr, has a rating of 72.3 and a slope rating of 124 on Kikuyu grass.
Members of the Calabasas Country Club and/or the Beverly Hills Country Club enjoy access to the Calabasas Country Club's golf course. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Senior and Junior, golfers of all skill levels can appreciate the endless varieties of this course. Built on the former Warner Ranch, each hole is named after a movie filmed on location.
Hillcrest Country Club has been described as "the preserve of Hollywood's elite" since the early days of Hollywood. This private social club, opened in 1920, was one of the only country clubs in the LA area to allow Jewish members, including celebrities like Groucho Marx. The 18-hole Hillcrest course features 6,489 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71, and has a slope rating of 122 on Kikuyu grass.
Members of the Platinum, private, member-equity Los Angeles Country Club can enjoy games at two 18-hole regulation length courses. Founded in 1897 by a group of Angelenos dedicated to golf, this club continues to provide golfers with a challenge and a beautiful view. The classic, strategic courses feature wide but fast, true greens.
Opened in 1973, the municipal golf course at Monterey Park features a driving range with 39 tees and 1,400 yards of play from the longest tees. The 9-hole executive length Monterey Park Golf Course has a par of 29. The naturally hilly terrain and water hazards add some challenges to a quick golf game.
Enjoy a variety of course options at the MountainGate Country Club. Designed by Ted Robinson, this 27-hole golf course consists of three distinct 9-hole layouts, enjoyable by players on all levels of ability. Lake Golf Course, North Golf Course and South Golf Course each guarantee a new and different challenge, with numerous elevation changes, rolling fairways and greens and scenic vistas.
Winding through the historic Jensen Quarry, the Oak Quarry Golf Club is one of the most scenic golf courses in the greater Los Angeles area. This upscale golf resort, open to the public, features a thrilling 18-hole, par 72 championship course with four sets of tee boxes to test every level of golfer.
For a challenging course, head to the undulating Rancho Park Golf Course. This 18-hole, par 71 championship municipal course has hosted numerous Los Angeles Open, PGA Senior Open, and LPGA tour events. For a shorter game, check out the 9-hole "Par-3" course which has a par of 27.
Play at one of Southern California's golf gems. Wilshire Country Club, designed by Norman Macbeth, is a privately owned, 18-hole regulation length golf course. This private golf club, located in LA's historic Hancock Park area, was founded in 1919 as a challenging links golf course with a natural stream running throughout.