Driving Range in Florence-Graham

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Since it was built in 1965, Pico Rivera Golf Course has attracted challengers hoping to bag birdies and dodge bogies on its nine-hole layout. After a significant renovation in 2012, the course features wide emerald fairways dotted with sandy bunkers, glimmering ponds, and mature, 40-year-old trees to challenge shots. Play can continue even after dark, as both the course and driving range are lit by overhead lights until 10 p.m. to chase away the ghosts that second-guess club choices.

3260 Fairway Dr
Pico Rivera,
CA
US

Scholl Canyon Golf Course

Since 1970, golfers have been traversing the 3,039 yards of Scholl Canyon Golf Course, beating back bogies with clubs a combination of and cunning. The William P. Bell design escorts them across fairways of high bermuda and large bentgrass greens, adding up to a par 60 course comprised of six par 4s and 12 par 3s. With just one hole extending to more than 300 yards, the course emphasizes the short game and confers success on those who can dial in their iron play and keep their putts from rolling into a time warp.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 60 course * Total length of 3,039 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 54.7 from the back tees * Course slope of 88 from the back tees * Two sets of tees per hole?

Royal Vista Golf Club

The palm trees at Royal Vista Golf Club reach high in the clouds, a visual testament to the course's maturation over the past half-century. The course?a 27-hole gem framed to the south by distant mountain peaks?connects wide fairways and small greens in a landscape dotted with sand traps and water hazards. True to the area's rolling topography, many holes stretch over elevation changes that add drama to putts and make carts squeal with delight. Before rounds, guests can enjoy a practice session at the driving range, chipping area, and two practice greens.

3800 E Glenoaks Blvd.
Glendale,
CA
US

Harbor Golf Practice Center invites clubbers to work on any aspect of their golf game within its multifaceted training grounds. Golfers can fine-tune herculean drives or short-iron approach shots at the Center’s expansive driving range, hone their stoke on the putting green, or bury misbehaving sand wedges in the practice bunker. A diverse staff of instructors utilizes the range to help guests straighten out slices in a variety of private or group lessons. The Center opens at 6 a.m. and doesn’t close until 10 p.m., seven days a week, allowing golfers to squeeze in some after-hours practice or drink in a romantic sunset with their 3-wood.:m]]

1700 W L St
Wilmington,
CA
US

Long Beach Golf Learning Center furnishes players with everything needed to calibrate their strokes and lower their scores?especially the space to practice. On its 19-acre plot, an 11,000-square-foot putting area hones short games while more than 80 hitting spaces look out over a 340-yard-long driving range. Of those spaces, more than 20 are authentic grass and 40 come furnished with a Power Tee?an automated teeing system that saves guests the effort of leaning over to set up their ball or the bubblegum required to hire a toddler to do it. When more than space is necessary to bring about improvement, players can opt for lessons with director of instruction Eric Manley or have an expert club fitter tweak their equipment?s loft, lie, or shaft frequency at The Fitting Studio.

3701 Pacific Pl
Long Beach,
CA
US

Named America's third most difficult golf course by Golf Digest, Ko'olau Golf Club's Dick Nugent–designed course snakes through the crags of the picturesque, 2,000-foot Ko'olau Ridge mountain range, where duffers contend with dramatic elevation changes and the thick vegetation of the tropical jungle. The breathtaking course spans 5,102 yards from the forward tees and 7,310 yards from the back tees, with two sets in between, and its length is compounded by a series of deep ravines, massive sand bunkers, and driver-stealing Pacific loons. After enduring 17 intricate holes, golfers must steel themselves for the dramatic, par 4 18th, where two forced carries and 22 sand bunkers may turn even the boldest of wedge-wielding knights into a quivering lickspittle. Though the formidable seashore paspalum monolith may mangle scorecards, its sweeping, tropical vistas and cascading waterfalls make the course a beautiful and enjoyable haunt for all.

2700 N Harbor Blvd
Fullerton,
CA
US