Los Angeles County Golf Course

Find Los Angeles County California golf courses. Golf courses can be public or private, and provide a facility for individuals to play golf, take golf lessons, and buy golf equipment.

9 Hole Public Golf Courses 5000 East 7th Street Long Beach CA 90804 562-438-4012

Alhambra Golf Course & Range 630 South Almansor Street Alhambra CA 91801 626-570-5059

Alondra Golf Course 16400 Prairie Avenue Lawndale CA 90260 310-217-9915

Altadena Golf Course 1456 East Mendocino Street Altadena CA 91001 626-797-3821

American Golf Corporation 2951 28th Street Santa Monica CA 90405 310-664-4000

Angeles National Golf Club 9401 Foothill Boulevard Los Angeles CA 91040 818-951-8771

Annandale Golf Club 1 North San Rafael Avenue Pasadena CA 91105 626-796-6125

Arcadia Par 3 Golf Course 620 East Live Oak Avenue Arcadia CA 91006 626-443-9367

Armand Hammer Golf Course 601 Club View Drive Los Angeles CA 90024 310-276-1604

Arroyo Seco Golf Course 4401 San Fernando Road Glendale CA 91204 818-785-8871

Arroyo Seco Golf Course 1055 Lohman Lane South Pasadena CA 91030 323-255-1506

Azusa Greens Country Club 919 West Sierra Madre Avenue Azusa CA 91702 626-969-1727

Bel-Air Country Club 10768 Bellagio Road Los Angeles CA 90077 310-472-9563

Bell Gardens Golf Course 8000 Park Lane Cudahy CA 90201 562-806-7650

Beverly Hills Country Club 3084 Motor Avenue Los Angeles CA 90064 310-836-4400

Bixby Village Golf Course 6180 Bixby Village Drive Long Beach CA 90803 562-498-7003

Boeuf River Country Club 4013 1/2 Country Club Drive Los Angeles CA 90019 318-728-7800

Braemar Country Club 4001 Reseda Boulevard Los Angeles CA 91356 818-345-6520

Brentwood Country Club 590 South Burlingame Avenue Los Angeles CA 90049 310-451-8011

Brookside Golf Club 1133 Rosemont Avenue Pasadena CA 91103 626-795-0631

About Golf courses

How much does it cost to play on a Golf Course?

The cost to play golf varies dramatically from one Golf Course to the next. The green fee, or fee for playing a round of golf, can be as little as $10 to $15. Green fees at resort Golf Courses can be in the hundreds of dollars. Municipal Golf Courses tend to be more affordable than privately-owned Golf Courses.

Do Golf Courses provide clubs for players?

No. Golfers are required to bring their own set of clubs to play. It is extremely rare for a course to offer clubs to rent or borrow. Most courses do not permit players to share sets of clubs while playing and require each individual player to bring their own set.

What is a tee time?

A tee time is the start time for a round of golf. Players can reserve tee times, which are spaced apart by approximately seven to 15 minutes to ensure an efficient flow of golfers through the course. Some Golf Courses do not require a tee time, but most do.