Set in the hills of Glendale north of Los Angeles, this course is ideal for professionals and amateur players as well. An 18 ... More
Scholl Canyon Golf Club
Set in the hills of Glendale north of Los Angeles, this course is ideal for professionals and amateur players as well. An 18 hole par 60 course, Scholl Canyon Golf Club was designed by William P. Bell in 1981. This lush and well-maintained landscape is a golfer's haven. So drop to play a game or watch avid players showing their best skills. The club also provides amenities like a pull cart, a putting green, a driving range, tennis courts and a cool snack bar. Call ahead for tee times.
I love the views on the back nine. The course is manageable enough for beginners and a good way for advanced players to practice on their short game. I don 't understand why they charge each guy a cart fee even if they are sharing. The court marshalls are very attentive. All in all, I love the place. I play there every Monday. The place is crawling with players on weekends, you'll end sitting on the cart most of the time.
Started playing atscholl about 6 months ago WhenI finished the starter ( Bill ) asked if I enjoyed my exoierience on the course ,I told him it was great and he said he hoped I would adopt the course as a regular. I have and play their every Sunday. The staff are always very friendly the green keeper is always interested in howyou liked the course and hole locations.The food is great and I dont find it to be overpriced.The back nine is fantastic it doesnt matter if you lose alot of balls the veiws are worth it. Its a good place to the tough shots across canyons over hills. Could use a little water though.Only wish it was a big course but Ill still match it against any cours in southern cal. Hope it stays a secret.
Well - it is! It's built on a reclaimed garbage dump... which in my opinion is it's best feature!
I certainly give them credit for that. But - they should have made 9 great holes - instead of 18 mini ones....
If you like holes that go from 65 to 85 yards - then this course is for you. If you like greens that slope at angles of upwards of 20 degrees, then Scholl is your dream course. Holes are stacked on top of each other, so watch out for flying balls.....
If you are a beginner and or not a long hitter, then maybe it's worth the great views... But trust me - you will get frustrated with losing some balls in the steep canyons and the super sloping greens...
INMHO - your money is better spent elsewhere.
I like Scholl Canyon GC. It's a good place to work on your short game, as the greens are sloping but the speed is slow. You can leave your driver at home, and replace it with an extra wedge.
There are only a few places to lose your ball, and they are on the back nine, and usually only affect right-handed slicers. The exception is the short 14th, which people tend to over/under-hit into a gulley. Some people will actually back up on the 14th to hit an easier, longer shot, but remember: in stroke play there is a 2-stroke penalty for teeing outside the box. Just bring a lob wedge.
Another good thing is that they allow five-somes.
They have a good driving range, and their putting green accurately simulates your round of golf there in terms of slope/speed.
All this, and a nice view of the Valley (as you watch your sliced drive head in that direction!)
A downside is that they charge each rider the full cost of a cart rental when sharing. By that reasoning, each player should get their own cart.
Another downside is their food is slightly overpriced. Not outrageously, but $2.50 for a microwaved hot dog is a bit much. The kitchen staff is very friendly though, as are all the employees I've dealt with.
What you need to know:
1) it is an executive course
2) you only have a couple holes to air it out
3) the back nine is one of the most challenging around with cliffs and narrow fairways and well bunkered greens
4) you won't come back for the beer cart woman
5) the views are fantastic in the winter
6) green fees are reasonable
7) the driving range and practice putting green are good but the view of young ladies playing tennis in nearby courts is probably better
8) the breakfast burrito is decent and the food in general is overpriced
9) the course is good shape most of the year except when they aireate the greens
10) don't tell many people where this place is or they will screw it up
enjoy the small ball
It takes a lot of balls to play in this course. You will lose a lot of golf balls at the back-nine of this course, but it sure is fun playing this course. The only thing I do not like in this golf club is they charge each person for a cart even if you are only renting one cart and they won't let you ride one cart each at $10 per head.
I have played here for years - it is the perfect 3.5 hours of golf. It is an executive course set in the hills of Glendale. It is an 18 hole course with a forgiving front 9 and challenging back 9. I have been up there with new players to the game and old hands and both find the course to be a fine place to spend some time. Even the best players must bring their best short game to the Scholl with its narrow fairways and sloping greens. There are cliffs and fantastic views of the downtown Los Angeles and Glendale. They have a driving range and practice green that are in good shape. The snack shop is good but a little overpriced. Get on their email list and they often offer email discounts and deals for golf. Whatever you do � don�t tell anyone about the course and ruin it for me � its one LA�s best kept secrets � for you that get to read this, go ahead give it a try. After you finish that back nine, you�ll be hooked.
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