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9401 Foothill Blvd
Sunland, CA  91040-1854
United States
P: (818) 951-8771
F: (818) 951-8791
Angeles Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,141 yards | 140 slope

74.4 rating

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Angeles Golf Course

The 18-hole "Angeles" course at the Angeles National Golf Club facility in Sunland, California features 7,141 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.4 and it has a slope rating of 140. Designed by Steve Nicklaus Design, the Angeles golf course opened in 2004. 


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Reviewed April 02, 2018

Beverages Available Cart Included Challenging Club Rentals Food Available Friendly Staff Great Deal Pro Shop Putting Green Quick Pace Scenic Spikes Ok Walkable Well Maintained
Reviewed October 02, 2012

I played this course for the first time with two of my friends. None of us scored well, but all of us thought it was a great resort desertlike course and very challenging. The greens are very challenging and there are several forced carry holes over environmentally sensitive brush. This course is a bit dry but the conditions are very good overall. The only problem was the lack of drinking water on the course, and the temperature reached into the high 90's that day. The staff was very nice and helpful and all of us will definitely return again.

Reviewed October 17, 2011

For a true report on the golf course, one of the hardest courses to play in LA County. A pitching wedge can go your normal length or close to 30+ yds longer or your drive could be close to 80+ yds shorter, it all depends on the wind. Greens play pretty true. Scenery is better in the winter when the run off water is heard throughout the course. It's unfortunate that people have ripped this course to shreds. If we are rating the course honestly, they should have high marks. If the people were the issue, then perhaps a low rating should be only for that.....BUT....this course is awesome. Thank goodness people can be replaced. Hopefully you have just as good as an experience as I had.

Roll the dice's worth it to play once.....assuming you can afford this course.

Reviewed February 07, 2011

I am very surprised the PGA allows their events to be held at Angeles National Golf Club. This club is being sued for discrimination! They have a reputation for treating Jewish people and females very bad (unless you happen to be a "caddy girl: - i.e. check out caddy girls on the internet - they are "hired" to do "whatever"). Angeles National Golf club has no problem welcoming those kinds of females to their facility. Shame the PGA! Shame on you Sunland for allowing this in your community!

Reviewed February 02, 2011

I can't comment on the management or any racism that goes on here. I am not Caucasian, and played here for the first time. I was treated very well and I really enjoyed the course. Played on a Tuesday mid-morning, and hardly anyone on the course. Finished the round in 3.5 hours. Maybe the $98 green fees kept people away. Tough course, but fair. Challenging but fun. Beautiful scenery. Any shot off the rough, and you will lose the ball. Fast greens, but consistent. The fairways are a little brown, and also fast. Carts have GPS. In terms of the ambiance, the only negative is the traffic noise from the 210. Will definitely play again.

Reviewed January 16, 2011

The PGA needs to disassociate themselves with Angeles National Golf Club!

The management at Angeles National Golf Club is racist! They recently kicked out a young up and coming (black) golfer and told him he can't play there any more. Last year Angeles National Golf Club wouldn't allow a Jewish player to play there!

Angeles National Golf Club is like Nazis!

Reviewed December 17, 2010

I definitely would not play here again. Rates are way too high! I guess the rates are high to pay for the "new" clubhouse. Also, I did not know about the countless lawsuits against the golf course from their ex-employees. Got to be management and their wrong doings!

Reviewed June 05, 2010

I would not play here. The people who run Angeles National Golf Club are being sued (by a lot of people!) for discrimination. Just do a search of cases at the Los Angeles Superior Court if you don't believe me. The homeless activists are after them too due to the way they terrorize the homeless people in the area! This place is also too expensive and the service is terrible.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Richard K. N/A 41 41 03/10/08
2 bobo B. 12 80 68 06/29/11
3 Jordan L. 10 78 68 08/28/11
4 Simon F. 22 91 69 08/04/13
5 Jon B. 10 81 71 07/29/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
25 Pablo G. 18 101 82 03/07/21
25 Pablo G. 21 97 75 06/30/19
56 A E. 25 110 84 02/12/18

Golf Course Information

About Angeles National

Angeles National Golf Club

Golf Only facility

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Angeles National

No recent major awards have been noted.

Tournaments of Angeles National

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Course Staff

John Ray Leary, Director of Instruction
Matt Taghon, Superintendent