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42505 Ranch Club Rd
Lake Hughes, CA  93532-1407
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Lake Elizabeth Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

70 par | 6,037 yards | 123 slope

69.2 rating | Blue grass

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Lake Elizabeth Golf Course

The 18-hole "Lake Elizabeth" course at the Lake Elizabeth Golf & Ranch Club facility in Lake Hughes, California features 6,037 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 69.2 and it has a slope rating of 123 on Blue grass. Designed by Mitchell A. Simon, the Lake Elizabeth golf course opened in 1962. Bill Dawson manages the course as the CEO.


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Reviewed September 18, 2010

customer service is horrible. the course is in terrible shape. the fairways are hard and bumpy with extereme rough. I dont understand why the grass in the rough areas is at least mowed to a decent height. most of the rough is overgrown grass that has grown for the last six months. the cart paths are in horrible shape. the carts are slow and have been abused by unmonitored groups of teens. I have yet to see a course marshal. And they continually allow groups of six to play which dramatically slows play.
All in all the course stinks and there is no value in the course along with poor course management and maintenance. wouldn't reccomned course to anyone.

Reviewed August 02, 2010

This course is in horrible condition. It has a lot potential if someone would buy the course and put some work into it. It is challenging and has some tough par 3's. Still though I would never pay $35 for a round there ever again. Save your money and go to a place where you get rewarded for hitting a tee shot into the fairway.

Reviewed April 21, 2009

I really only have two real complaints about this golf course. My two boys and I decided to check out the course while on a trip to Magic Mountain mostly because they advertise on their web site that "All rates include use of Cart with GPS (Global Positioning System." We were willing to drive the 45 minutes so we could see how the GPS thing worked. Guess GPS on the golf carts.

The other complaint is that when the course is in the sad shape that this course was in, they need to reduce their rates. Fairways are in less than fair condition. Hole 18 is having work done on it, so unless you can drive 300 yds, your 2nd stroke will be in the dirt. Thank goodness one of my boys is only 15 and I only had to pay $10 for him...that took the edge off. If you are going there for the GPS or for a bargain round, don't. If you want some nice views and fun elevated tees, give it a try but don't expect much else.

Reviewed July 05, 2008

It used to be one of the nicest courses in the area. Unfortunately, they have turned this into an embarassment. Obviously, management does not care and it is extremely disappointing. Fairways are brown and have many dead spot. Greens are in horrible shape. Cracking greens with dead spots make this course a joke but they think they can charge top dollar. Do not go and play here. I could go on but it not worth my time. Imagine the worst playing conditions and you will find it here.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Mike G. 17 84 67 09/18/09
2 Mike I. 13 83 70 06/27/08
3 Sanford F. 20 91 71 10/24/08
4 Paul T. 23 94 71 06/13/08
5 Jeffrey L. 19 91 72 08/03/09
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Golf Course Information

About Lake Elizabeth Golf & Ranch Club

Lake Elizabeth Golf & Ranch Club

Resort and Community facility

12 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Lake Elizabeth Golf & Ranch Club

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Tournaments of Lake Elizabeth Golf & Ranch Club

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Course Staff

Bill Dawson, CEO
Gilbert Garcia, Superintendent