Whittier Narrows Park
Course plays pretty long for the most part. Combined with general lack of signage it can be a bit challenging for a newcomer. Definitely a good place to work on your ranging and rollers. As mentioned before the ground does not drain well in some parts and you can sink a shoe if not careful.
Great course! This has been my home course for over 10 yrs. it's definitely my favorite of the 9+ courses I've played. During the week it doesn't get many people at the park so there is no waiting for people to walk by. You can park on the street to avoid the fee. Since there's now 27 holes there's a lot of variety. Some long & short holes. Very fun & peaceful. All grass, so it's clean too. A five in my book.
Ths course is long and fun, not to technical, but seriously needs some maintenance and a new park map at the gate. The tees also are confusing with one number on the tee and another on the tee sign. There is also a $6 Fee to enter the park so park along the street and walk in.
This is a REALLY fun course to play in the Southern California area. Not ever crowded like some of the other courses in the area (specifically Huntington Beach and El Dorado), which is GREAT, especially for So Cal. As far as it's challenge level it's not a really difficult course, but it's still got some length so shooting under par isn't really easy. If you have a good roller shot (or want to practice a roller) this is a great course for that. Also, holes 19-27 are nice if you want to throw a few more after a round. I'd recommend this course to anyone and am glad it's been my local course for the last 3 years, and I've played courses all around CA and Colorado. Last thing - if they're charging for parking don't park in the lot - drive to the west and park off galatin rd. and there's openings in the fence. You can start on hole 4 or 5. Have a great round!
I have come across some small and/or cheesy courses before and this would not count as one of those. There is a 9 hole in the front which
would be good for beginning to intermediate. And there is a 18 in back which is a bit longer.Personally I like the layout. It may get muddy when it rains but we live in So cal and its mostly sunny.I would recommend this course to anybody.
Not a great course.. Played it in the winter and it was wet and muddy through out the course and the locals out side this park setting weren't the friendliest either.. Safe yourself a trip & go anywhere else in Los Angeles county to play.
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