Check out some of the top golf courses and driving ranges in Los Angeles California. Compare courses, location, green rates, and hear from clients like yourself to find the best place to practice your game!
- The Lakes at El Segundo
- Aroma Spa & Sports Golf Range
- Rancho Park Golf Course & Driving Range
- Wilson Harding Driving Range
- Alhambra Golf Course
- Roosevelt Golf Course
- Arroyo Seco Golf Course
- Van Nuys Golf Course
- Heroes Golf Course
- Los Verdes Golf Course
The Lakes at El Segundo
The world-famous Lakes at El Segundo course has been given a new lease on life, thanks to a partnership between Topgolf and renowned golf course designer Mike Angus. The 10-hole, 1,060-yard course has been completely refreshed and is now open to the public once again. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced golfer, you're sure to have a blast playing on this course!
Positive: Probably one of the funnest courses I’ve done that wasn’t an 18-hole. Feels like an arcade, with top 10 music in the background. The course has a great flow, not too challenging and not too easy, it’s just right, and a perfect transition to the range side. There’s an option for push carts and there’s a nice bar/restaurant too. Great part is a free putting and chipping practice area. Lots of spots for photos/selfies. It was three of us and it was great times, hit par a couple of times and overall excellent experience!
Negative: They tell you they are at capacity when they are clearly not. Waited 9 hrs for a stall on my birthday to tell me they cant accommodate, horrible service.
Aroma Spa & Sports Golf Range
Looking to perfect your golf swing? Look no further than the Aroma golf center, where you can practice under the supervision of an expert instructor. Or, if you prefer, you can simply relax and go at your own pace on the four-level, 150-yard state-of-the-art driving range. Either way, you're sure to appreciate the sophisticated automated teeing equipment and immaculately maintained facilities – amenities that rival those usually found only at country clubs.
Plus, with a computer-aided swing monitoring device and pneumatic height adjustment, practicing at the Aroma golf center is always a smooth experience. So get into the groove and extend your practice sessions today!
Positive: Great place. Multi-level hitting bays aim over a parking garage in a really cool setup. Personal mirrors in each bay. More aimed at real golfers vs. A TopGolf experience. A little short in terms of distance but it's long enough to trace your shots. If you're serious about working your swing the prices are affordable to hit more balls than your body probably should in one day. All in all a very professional place, with friendly staff and pros to cater to any need. I live 20 minutes away and I'll say this place is good enough to draw me away from the other ranges on the westside.
Negative: People who come here to practice their shots casually teach one another even though they are not licensed to teach someone. I mean that's what people do at the golf ranges, right? One of their staff seemed to have a particular disliking for me and my girlfriend. He flat-out yelled at us.
Rancho Park Golf Course and Driving Range
Rancho Park Golf Course is a world-renowned 18-hole, par 71 championship course designed by William Johnson and William P. Bell. Since its inception in 1949, Rancho Park has played host to numerous prestigious tournaments including the U.S.G.A. Public Links Championship, eighteen Los Angeles Opens, and countless LPGA and Senior tour events.
The golf course is known for being both challenging and beautiful, with undulating greens and lies that require a great deal of skill to master. If you're looking for a true test of your golfing abilities, look no further than Rancho Park!
- 18 Holes
- 9 Holes
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Positive: Grounds are meticulously maintained. Driving range is nice with a lower and upper deck. Large basket of balls is $14 as of June 2022. Parking can be a bit tricky.
Negative: I was surprised that there were many young children in the practice area. The course is also crowded and you should make a reservation. We went without making a reservation, so we waited for cancellation. We used a cart, but there are people walking, so the progress was very slow. It was bad. I think it was because it was quite packed. The green was in good condition, but the others didn't seem to be well maintained.
Wilson Harding Driving Range
Wilson Driving Range is one of the most challenging and beautiful golf courses in Los Angeles. At over 7,000 yards from the tips, it's also one of the longest courses in the city. With its sloping fairways and forested setting, Wilson is the perfect place to test your skills. The L.A. Zoo and Griffith Park Observatory are both nearby, making Wilson a great choice for families. Many city championship events are hosted here, making Wilson one of the most highly regarded municipal courses internationally. If you're looking to develop your game or host a special event, Wilson is the perfect place for you.
Positive: I am pretty new to golf but I thought the Wilson Harding Driving Range was just lovely. I went on new year's day and it wasn't that busy at 10 am. I love that they have an upper level. I will visit again.
Negative: Most mats are worn down to the point you're not standing on level ground. Balls are very old, worn, and beat up, which makes it impossible to dial in your distances because you're not getting true ball flight. Used to come for the convenience but can't spend $$ here anymore.
Alhambra Golf Course
Looking for a fun golf course that isn't frustratingly long and difficult? Look no further than Alhambra Golf Course! With great facilities designed to enhance your golfing experience, they're sure to give you a fun challenge with their Scoring Challenge - "How low can you go?" The course layout is a par 71 at 5,478 yards, with four par 5's, five par 3's, and nine par 4's. So give them a try - you won't be disappointed!
Positive: 94 degrees with a beautiful wind breeze made Sunday a perfect Day for Golf and what better course could we have picked other than Alhambra Golf Course. Nice tight Tee, like hitting in a batter's cage. Fairways- beautiful, sand traps have sand lol... The greens are right and ready, I had a Pleasant time, hope u do 2.
Negative: When the train passes by its very loud and the greens are not that good to play on as well as the range.
Roosevelt Golf Course
Looking to challenge yourself with a game of executive 9-hole golf? Roosevelt Golf Course, located across the street from the famed Greek Theatre in Griffith Park, offers some of the best views of Los Angeles while you play. It's a walking-only course, so come prepared for some hills and a serious workout. This fun course will test your shot-making ability and allow you to use every club in your bag. Come on out and enjoy!
|Adults||$16||$20.50 ($23.50 before 9 am)|
|Seniors||$9.50||$13.50 (after 12 pm)|
Positive: The course is pretty good for a 9 hole, the grass and green are well kept. They have options for push carts. The course flows well with one hole that gets a little clogged and it’s a 5 person setup for each tee time. Parking was limited but we luckily got one in the golf parking, otherwise, street parking is available. I reserved two spots and got matched with three other random people but they were really cool. Wish there was a drink cart lady, but an overall excellent experience.
Negative: Super slow, at 9:30 AM the tee time was already 15 minutes late. Nearly 3 hours for 9 holes and half of the holes were under significant repair work.
Arroyo Seco Golf Course
Arroyo Seco Golf Course is a hidden gem nestled in the shadows of the 110 Freeway in South Pasadena. This course has been a tradition in the local community for over 50 years and is great for golf instruction or just a place to relax and enjoy yourself.
With its 18-Hole, Par 54, 1,953-yard layout, the course offers a challenging game for all ages. The well-maintained fairways and greens are tucked away from the surrounding neighborhood by a mature tree line, providing a serene setting for your round of golf. In addition to the main course, there is also a newly renovated 9-Hole Miniature Golf Course and Driving Range with 33 stalls that are marked with distances ranging from 50 to 250 yards!
- 18 Holes
- 9 Holes
- Driving Range
Positive: I have been going to this course for many years. The course is very well kept up. Greens are great. Fairways are well kept. Thank you for many years of great experience. The restaurant has great staff and excellent food and beverages. Thank you as always a great experience.
Negative: This course used to be one of the best in the Valley. It no longer is and has not been for a few years now. The greens are slow and the majority of them are missing grass. I suggest you play somewhere else, the folks that run that place have no clue as to how to maintain it.
Van Nuys Golf Course
Looking for a unique golfing experience? Look no further than Van Nuys Golf Course! With an 18-hole par 3 course and 9-hole executive course, it's perfect for golfers of all skill levels. And its location near the airport means you'll get to see a variety of aircraft flying overhead.
The course aids those who work late, with lights for 27 holes and the driving range, so you can play into the evening. Practice your skills on the range or take a lesson from one of their P.G.A. Golf Professionals! Also, don't forget to visit the fully stocked golf shop, covered driving range, chipping area (with practice bunker), and snack bar serving great food and beverages!
- 18 Holes
- 9 Holes
- Driving Range
|Small Bucket - 50 Balls||$8|
|Medium Bucket - 70 Balls||$10|
|Large Bucket - 100 Balls||$12|
Positive: Pretty much grew up here in the late 90s and hadn’t been back in a decade. The place really holds up though - I’m all about the Par 3 but Executive can be fun as well. Grab a couple of beers, balls, and a few wedges, and you are due for a good time.
Negative: The executive course is in really rough shape and all tee boxes are cement with hitting mats. I booked a 6 AM tee time online expecting to play under the lights until daylight but when I arrived the pro shop wasn't opened. The employee didn't show up until 6:37 and we got to the first tee box at 6:45.
Heroes Golf Course
Looking for a fun and affordable way to spend your days off? Look no further than Heroes Golf Course! This public 9-hole course in Los Angeles is open for play 365 days a year, so you can always get your golf fix. The best part? Veterans play for free, thanks to generous support from the community. So come on down and enjoy all that the course has to offer, including a new clubhouse and pro shop, golf TV, master view deck, and snack shop!
Positive: Great place to practice your short game. Heroes Golf Course is operated by US Veterans and proceeds go to help US Veterans in need. Quiet, secluded, elevated, gorgeous skyline and Getty views, PGA pros available for open and closed lessons, free vegetables for veterans at the co-located Heroes Garden, right next to the VA Japanese Garden. Open to the public with green fees, brand new Pro Shop and Clubhouse with food and refreshments, patio deck, and indoor and outdoor restrooms.
Negative: Great little course hidden away, the only issue I have is the people that play here. They pick up your ball, that is just disrespectful. This happened on several occasions, I will just wait until the par 3 course opens back up off of Los Feliz off the 5 Fwy.
Los Verdes Golf Course
Looking for a challenge and some of the best coastal views around? Look no further than Los Verdes Golf Course in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. Located near the ocean, their putting greens are constantly tested by the elements, making every hole a true test of your abilities. Many consider Los Verdes to be one of the best golf values around, so check it out for yourself! In 2011, the course was awarded the Los Angeles County Course of the Year Award.
- 18 Holes
- Back 9 Holes
Positive: This course really is incredible. Low pressure, muni course that really offers some of the most beautiful views I’ve seen.
Ended up playing here kind of last-minute while spending a weekend in LA. Was very pleased with the course, the greens were true and quick, views were incredible (especially on the back 9), and of course, weather was perfect.
Negative: This course is the epitome of what is killing this game: 5+ hour rounds, zero etiquette or respect for tee times, and they regularly put 5 people in a group even though they claim everyone in the group must approve This course is playing a volumes game...they have a good rate at around $40 for walking, but they use that rate to cram as many people onto the course at once. You will have plenty of time to take in the 3 or so holes that have great ocean views...because you will be standing around rather than playing golf. Save your money and pay more to play a course that actually cares about this game.
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