golf courses in orange county

Aliso Creek Golf Club 

31106 S.Coast Hwy.
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Phone: (949) 499-1919
Holes: 9
Course: Public executive course
Metal Spikes: No
Par / Yardage: Par 32 / Yardage 2221
Amenities: Snack bar, pro shop, Restaurant, lounge
Range: Yes
Additional Info: Lessons available by Rob Reinhorn

Aliso Viejo Golf Club           

25002 Golf Drive
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
Phone: (949) 598-9200
Holes: 27
Architect(s): Nicklaus
Fees: Green Fees $34 - $99 cart included
Metal Spikes: No
Par / Yardage: Par 72/Yardage 5845
Dining: Yes
Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard
Additional Info: Snack bar, pro shop & driving range
Aliso Viejo Country Club – The exclusive club is home to a Par-72 course designed by Jack Nicklaus that features eight lakes, cascading water features, and a backdrop of the spectacular Santa Ana Mountains.  The golf course is only open to club members during the weekend, but non-members can take on its holes at specially designated times during the week.

Anaheim Hills      

6501 Nohl Ranch Rd
Anaheim, CA 92807
Phone: (714) 998-3041
Holes: 18
Architect(s): Richard Bigler Golf
Range: Yes
Metal Spikes: No
Par / Yardage: Par 72 / Yardage 6,266
Fees: Green Fees $23-$53 cart included
Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard
Additional Info: Orange County’s best golf value. The new 30,000 square foot clubhouse serves several purposes as a golf refuge, business center that features banquet facilities for over 350 people, meeting rooms, a sports bar and grill, terraces for outside events and a PGA golf shop.
Anaheim Hills Golf Course – Nestled in the foothills that make up the easternmost part of Anaheim’s municipal sprawl, this Par-71 public course makes the most out of its natural terrain.  Canyon vistas, clusters of sycamore and oak trees, and a meandering stream provide a handsomely rugged setting for a course that will test golfers of all skill sets.

Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club        

26772 Avery Parkway
Mission Viejo, CA 92692
Phone: (949) 305-5100
Holes: 18
Architect(s): Tom Lehman / Casey O’Callaghan
Fees: Green Fees $40 - $101
Par / Yardage: Par 72 / Yardage 6,602
Dining: Yes
Additional Info: Pro Shop, Driving Range, Instruction, O'Neill's Bar & Grill
Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club - is a public-access daily fee facility featuring an 18-hole championship-length golf course designed by PGA Tour professional Tom Lehman and well-respected local golf course architect, Casey O’Callaghan. Set amidst Trabuco Creek and the Ladera Open Space Reserve, the 240-acre Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club provides an unforgettable golf experience on par with South Orange County's finest high-end clubs. Conveniently located off Avery Parkway, Arroyo Trabuco offers unparalleled value in a pristine, park-like setting.
Arroyo Trabuco has five sets of tee boxes, playing from 5,045 to 7,000 yards for the challenge and enjoyment of golfers of all skill levels. Trabuco Creek plays as a lateral hazard on seven holes and on-course lakes come into play on three holes.

Dad Miller Golf Course         

430 N. Gilbert Street
Anaheim, CA 92801
Phone: (714) 535-8870
Holes: 18
Architect(s): Dick Miller
Fees: Cart fees $24, Green Fees $13 - $32
Metal Spikes: No
Par / Yardage: Par 72 / Yardage 5,892
Golf Range: Yes
Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard
Additional Info: Dad Miller Golf Course is the home of the new Tiger Woods Learning Center.
Dad Miller Golf Course – This inexpensive Par-71 course is famed for being the golf course that Tiger Woods practiced at while he was growing up.  Its flat topography and straight-forward layout make it an ideal course for novices looking to improve their game and people who like to walk from hole to hole.

Monarch Beach Golf Links           

22 Monarch Beach Resort North
Dana Point, CA 92629
Phone: (949) 248-3001
Holes: 18
Architect(s): Robert Trent Jones
Year Built: 1983
Metal Spikes: No
Par / Yardage: Par 70 / Yardage 6,601
Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard
Additional Info: Nationally ranked championship course
Monarch Beach Golf Links – Located on the grounds of the famed St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort and buttressed by the curves of the Orange County coastline, much of this Par-70 course is laid out to provide sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean in all of its resplendent glory.  Additionally, the pricey public course is one of Orange County’s most challenging ones, highlighted by several strategically placed lakes and pristine greens that longtime PGA Tour veteran Tom Watson once compared to those found at Augusta National.

Strawberry Farms Golf Course        

11 Strawberry Farms Rd.
Irvine, CA 92612
Phone: (949) 551-1811
Holes: 18
Architect(s): Doug DeCinces
Golf Range: Yes
Metal Spikes: No
Par / Yardage: Par 71 / Yardage 6700
Dining: Yes
Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard
Additional Info: Strawberry Farms Golf Course combines the rural beauty and tranquility of the surrounding area with the challenge of true championship golf. As the premier golf course in Southern California, Strawberry Farms is the preferred course among corporate groups and golf enthusiasts alike.
Strawberry Farms Golf Course – Developed by former Angel third baseman Doug DeCinces, the Par-71 course contains many touches that acknowledge its area’s former life as farmland.  Surrounding vegetation, canyon views, and a massive red barn that dominates the facility helps to bring a distinctively rustic feel to the tricky course.

Tustin Ranch Golf Club            

12442 Tustin Ranch Rd
Tustin, CA 92782
Phone: (714) 730-1611
Holes: 18
Architect(s): Ted Robinson
Year Built: 1989
Par / Yardage: Par 72 / Yardage 6803
Rental Clubs: Yes
Proshop Phone: (714) 730-1611
Additional Info: Included on the grounds are a full service clubhouse, restaurant, wedding and banquet facility, pro shop, driving range, golf school.- voted one of Orange County's Best Golf Courses
Tustin Ranch Golf Club – Directly set against the towering canyons and impressive foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains, this Par-72 course public course uses its breathtaking surroundings to create a vibe that is akin to golfing in the high desert without the scorching temperatures.  In-course features such as tumbling waterfalls, abundant palm trees, and shimmering lakes makes the venue one of the OC’s most popular places to play.

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