Camping: no
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: no
Handicap Accessible: yes
Private: no
Tee Signs: yes

Course Details

# Holes: 27
Target Type: DISCatcher
Tee Type: Concrete
Elevation: Some Low Hills
Foliage: Mixed - Trees/Open
Course Length: 8,047ft
Alternate Length: 0ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 10 | 300 - 400ft: 14 | Over 400ft: 3

Directions

Betteravia Rd. exit from U.S. 101, 0.9 mile west to Broadway, south on Broadway to a right Waller Lane, immediate left on frontage rd., next right into park.

Contact

Contact Phone #1: 805-268-3861

Course Map

Course Photos

Typical setting front nine 'manicured' Typical setting front nine 'manicured'

Course Reviews

Rated
by Seabrook on May 31, 2014 at 7:01am

One of my all time favourite courses! Relatively flat but exceptionally well laid out. Can be difficult figuring your way from basket to next tee without a map. Well maintained and a great selection of of left-right shots and distances vary. Multiple pin placements to change up the course.

Rated
by Futzer on Nov 1, 2012 at 12:19am

This is a destination MUST PLAY. I had the pleasure of playing a bunch of great courses in CA this past October--LaMirada, Long Beach, Sylmar, Coyote Point at Lake Casitas, Bakersfield 36 at Hart Park, Redwood Curtain in Arcata... but Waller Park was my favorite. Diversity: manicured grass with HUGE beautiful trees, nasty tight woods, long open holes with on-shore wind to contend with... a bit of everything. huge park, well loved and used. I was there on a sunday and the locals had the barbqs going driving me nuts with the aromas of the carne cooking. First nine are straightforward layout. 10th through 14th are in tight young trees, and I thought the trickiest to navigate. The 10th tee is a good 75 yards EAST, up- and across- the paved road, (well to the left of the corner where the 9th basket is) beyond a sort if developed picnic area. If you can, try to follow someone through holes 10 through 14. Then it starts to get 'logical' flow again. My words are not doing it justice. 27 diverse holes, in a beauitiful part of california. Go Play It

Rated
by TAS420 on Nov 3, 2010 at 11:18am

Great course! front 9 is like a park/ball golf setting well kept grass fairways. After that course gets tougher.. Hilly tree lined back 18 can be super tough if the wind picks up. The longest holes can be S.O.B.'s in the wind so make sure you can chuck it long into the wind! If it's your first time ask some locals how the course is layed out cause it can be confusing.

Rated
by Skyler on Jul 10, 2010 at 8:02pm

This course has everything. 27 holes with a wide variety of shots and terrain. The whole front 9 are on grass fairways, the middle and back 9 are a mix of manicured grass and sandy dune fairways. The whole course is covered in HUGE, mature trees and has many interesting features that make it unique and fun. The sandy parts can take it out of you, so if you plan on tackeling all 27, be prepared for a full day. There is water and bathrooms throughout the park and snack vendors. Weekends are busy and I have run into the occational soccer practice, but most are aware of the play going on and will move for you if asked.

Rated
by user3 on Oct 18, 2009 at 11:09am

Waller's pines are big and beautiful. Gotta love this park - unique feel to the course with the different sections. Worth the drive to play here in my opinion and I am a Santa Maria food fan (great BBQ in town and there is a SUPER FINE kitchen for lunch or dinner at Chef Rick's south of the course at Clark and Bradley).