Among the most scenic and fast-playing in Southern California, this Malibu Canyon course has a dramatic mountain backdrop. To ... More
Malibu Country Club—Canyon Course
Among the most scenic and fast-playing in Southern California, this Malibu Canyon course has a dramatic mountain backdrop. To earn some of the course's great views, you have to play some rigorous holes with narrow fairways and three water hazards. However, carts are available, so you will not be doing too much hiking. The course is about seven miles inland from Pacific Coast Highway and rental clubs are available if you need them.
A great setting but not perfect. There are some beautiful holes as well as some contrived lateral hazards and out-of-bounds fences-an annoyance to an average golfer, but designed for safety. No driving range but there are some animal cages to warm up in prior to your round. Generally in great shape, however the MCC seems always to be in some sort of ownership flux which affects overall service.
The fact it is very quiet, other players respect one another, run very professional. Have been playing here since before it changed its name to MCC and there was no Club house, only vending machines. Great place to play. As it is a little way away, you get Real golfers, not hackers.
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