Nestled at the base of the Angeles National Forest and the only Nicklaus Design golf course in Los Angeles County, Angeles National Golf Club sets the standard of excellence and beauty for all golf courses in Southern California.
Angeles National features an 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course with magnificent views, generous fairways and immaculate emerald greens. The course presents a challenge for golfers of all skill levels with four sets of tees accommodating both the professional and beginner golfer. The course was ranked by Travel + Leisure Golf magazine as One of the Top 30 Best New Courses Worldwide and One of the Top Ten Best New Public/Resort courses in the U.S.
The seventh hole is a 176-yard par 3 called “Roller Coaster,” featuring the most contoured green on the course, which invites a three-putt. No. 8 is a 530-yard par 5 called “Fortress,” in what is probably the most scenic spot on the property, with a large lake waiting for any long tee shot down the left side, and the mountains providing a backdrop in the distance.
On the back side, the 130-yard 12th hole, called “Valley,” is deceptive because the narrow green is 42 yards from front to back and is surrounded by bunkers. The 494-yard 13th, known as “Wasteland,” is a reachable par 5 with a waste bunker that juts out into the fairway from the right.
And the finish is something else.
The well-bunkered 16th hole is a 537-yard par 5 that has been dubbed “Domino,” followed by two strong par 4s. The 406-yard dogleg 17th, “Tujunga,” tempts golfers to cut the corner over a large bunker, and the 416-yard finish, known as “Creek,” is a slight dogleg left with a large lake fed by a creek to the left of the tiered green.
The Spanish mission style clubhouse serves as an inviting retreat featuring an array of amenities including a restaurant, bar, banquet facilities, event lawn, golf pro shop and snack bar. You are invited to visit Angeles National Golf Club to enjoy its breathtaking scenery, challenging design and outstanding customer service reflecting cherished rural seclusion minutes from the heart of downtown Los Angeles.