California: around Los Angeles Best Golf Courses


Best golf courses around Los Angeles


Golf in L.A.: Los Angeles is a city that has so much going on that you’ll want to give yourself plenty of time to explore. You can expect sunshine nearly 300 days per year, meaning the weather is ideal for golf.
Plenty of snowbirds flock to L.A. to play golf during winter.

To find out more about the top courses in Los Angeles, check out the list below, Where2Golf provides golf reviews, golf ratings, photos, resort or hotel and travel information of the best.

Los Angeles Golf Map with Best Golf Courses and Resorts   To make the most out of your golf trip, look up the location of the courses on the Los Angeles golf map. It will help you with your planning to play the best courses during your holidays. On the maps we have indicated golf hotels and Stay & Play resorts with the following symbol Stay & Play Golf Resorts
Where2Golf has applied a rating to each golf course visited. The rating scale, 5 (highest) to 1 (lowest), attempts to provide an indication of the golfing experience you can expect at each rated course. 

click on the green arrow in the toolbar OF the table below to sortStay & Play Golf Resort.Private course – for members and their invited guests only.Unrated course – not yet visited by the Where2Golf team.2-star: reasonable standard. Good value, especially if better courses not available.3-star: a good course with many fine features.3+ (3-gold): a good course with many fine features. One of our top-rated 3’s.4-star: a must play course - excellent standard.4+ (4-gold): a must play course - excellent standard. One of our top-rated 4’s !5-star: simply the best - golf courses don’t get much better than this.5+ (5-gold): simply the best - golf courses don’t get better than this. One of our top-rated 5’s!
Angeles National 4a.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesNicklaus Design
Arroyo Trabuco 4a.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesLehman, Tom
Black Gold 0.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesHills, Arthur
Coyote Hills 0.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesOlson & Stewart
CrossCreek 4b.gifVisitors welcomeTemeculaHills, Arthur
Eagle Glen, CA 4b.gifVisitors welcomeSan BernardinoBaird, Gary Roger
Glen Ivy 0.gifVisitors welcomeSan BernardinoRobinson, Ted
Industry Hills (Eisenhower) 4b.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesBell, William F.
Industry Hills (Zaharias) 4a.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesBell, William F.
Los Angeles CC p.gifPrivate clubLos AngelesFowler & Thomas
Lost Canyons (Shadow) 4a.gif(Closed in 2016)Los AngelesDye, Pete
Lost Canyons (Sky) 4b.gif(Closed in 2016)Los AngelesDye, Pete
Monarch Beach 4b.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesJones Jr, Robert Trent
Moorpark, CA 4b.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesJacobsen & Hardy
Moreno Valley Ranch 3b.gifVisitors welcomeSan BernardinoDye, Pete
Morongo at Tukwet (Champions) 4a.gifVisitors welcomeSan BernardinoSchmidt & Curley
Morongo at Tukwet (Legends) 4a.gifVisitors welcomeSan BernardinoSchmidt & Curley
Oak Creek 4a.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesFazio, Tom
Oak Quarry 4b.gifVisitors welcomeSan BernardinoMorgan, Schmidt & Curley
Oak Valley 4a.gifVisitors welcomeSan BernardinoLandmark
Pala Mesa 3b.gifVisitors welcomeTemeculaRossen, Dick
Palos Verdes 4a.gifNot weekendsLos AngelesBell & Thomas
Pechanga, Journey at 0.gifVisitors welcomeTemeculaHills & Forrest
Pelican Hill (North) 4b.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesFazio, Tom
Pelican Hill (South) 4b.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesFazio, Tom
Rancho California 4a.gifVisitors welcomeTemeculaJones Sr, Robert Trent
Rancho Park 0.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesBell, William P.
Redhawk, CA 4a.gifVisitors welcomeTemeculaFream, Ron
Riviera CC p.gifPrivate clubLos AngelesThomas Jr, George
Rustic Canyon 4b.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesHanse, Gil
Sand Canyon CC 4b.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesRobinson, Ted
Sherwood CC p.gifPrivate clubLos AngelesNicklaus, Jack
Strawberry Farms 4a.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesLipe, Jim
Talega 4b.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesCouples, Fred
Temecula Creek Inn 3a.gifVisitors welcomeTemeculaRossen & Robinson
Temeku Hills 3b.gifVisitors welcomeTemeculaRobinson, Ted
Trump Natl Los Angeles 5a.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesDye, Pete
Tustin Ranch 4a.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesRobinson, Ted
Wilson, CA 3b.gifVisitors welcomeLos AngelesThomas, George C.
 

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Tournaments:
The American Express formerly known as the Desert Classic, and for many years played as the Bob Hope Desert Classic, will once again be decided on the Pete Dye designed Stadium course at PGA West (Jan 16-19).
The Players Championship:  for the 39th time, TPC Sawgrass, another iconic Pete Dye design, will host The Players Championship for one of the richest first prizes in world golf (March 12-15).
 
Who's Who: 
Pete Dye:  one of the greatest golf course architects of this or any generation passes away aged 94. His contribution to golf course design, and the legacy he leaves is immense.
Jack Nicklaus:  like Pete Dye a native of Ohio, actually started his golf course design career working together with Dye. In 1967 Dye asked Nicklaus to input to his design for The Golf Club in Columbus, Ohio. Two years later they worked together on the revered Harbour Town Golf Links in South Carolina.

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