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Anaheim Hills Golf Course

Average Rating 2.58 of 5
# of Reviews 12
Green Fees N/A

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Additional Info:
    Facility Type
    Muncipal Facility
    Fax
    Richard Bigler
    Latitude
    33.840034
    Longitude
    -117.765287
    Resort
    (714) 921-9183
    Address
    6501 E Nohl Ranch Rd
    City/County
    Anaheim
    State/Territory/Province
    CA
    Zip/Postal Code
    92807-4807
    Phone
    (714) 998-3041
       


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    Review Date
    March 22, 2010

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     1 of 5

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    Reviewed by: BG Golfer, Shoots in the 80s

    Summary:
    I came from the Chicago area and played while the family was at Disneyland.

    Absolutely the WORST muni course I have ever played at. Conditioning is a joke. Someone please tell me where the fairway ends and the rough starts. Two yards difference between tee boxes. Hard as a rock sand traps.

    Blind shots galore with a lotsa doglegs, some that seem to go backwards from the fairways.

    Only redeeming part is the nice vistas from some of the tee boxes.

    This course could be a real gem but the conditioning makes it a dog track. Add the frustration of a five hour round and it made for a bad experience. $66 is a joke for this dump.

    Would never recommend this nor play again. NO STARS if that was an available choice.

    Customer Service:
    Indifferent at best. Walked on as a single and was gruffly told I would get on whenever...with no time frame given. When I noticed no one at the tee box and no one waiting, they said "yeah go ahead". Complained about a non-working GPS and was told it was the signal and basically too bad. Turns out that all I needed to do wad reset it, but no help from them.


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    Review Date
    July 10, 2007

    Overall Rating
     1 of 5

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     1 of 5

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    Reviewed by: ecareaga, Shoots in the 80s

    Summary:
    Ok, this time I mean it; this is the last time I’m playing this course. I played here out of desperation on 07-06-07. With a holiday week, every course was booked solid, except this one. Now I know why. I will admit; they did a great job on the new club house and restaurant. The service was great and the food is very reasonably priced. The course, that’s another story. I guess if you build a course in a canyon, you don’t have much to work with, but most of these holes are so gimmicky. Placement shot, turn left or right. Most drives are straight into a hill so you really don’t get anything out of a good drive. This day the course was in poor shape. Numerous dry spots on the fairways as well as the tee boxes. Some of the tee boxes were so dry and hard I had to tap my tee into the ground with my club head. Needless to say, I won’t be back.

    Customer Service:
    good.

    Similar Courses Played:
    san dimas cyn, black gold,


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    Review Date
    October 6, 2006

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     1 of 5

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     2 of 5

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    Reviewed by: Bluto, Shoots in the 70s

    Summary:
    Well...it's golf, I guess. Definitely a quirky course, with quite a few elevation changes, blind approaches...etc. I guess you can only do so much with a so-so piece of land. Regardless, can get quite busy on the weekends. If you live close, and don't like to drive, it's not totally unacceptable...but close to it.

    Customer Service:
    I don't usually pay too much attention to this area of the experience, as I'm there to play golf, not worry about being coddled.

    Similar Courses Played:
    In California, you name it, I've played it.


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    Review Date
    September 4, 2006

    Overall Rating
     2 of 5

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    Reviewed by: Ivan, Shoots in the 80s

    Summary:
    I wasn't too dissappointed with the course, but I don't think I would want to play there again. Lots of blind shots and doglegs, but greens and course was well taken care of. Must play smart if you want to score low. Lots of hacks play there so when they say "FORE", you better watch out.

    Customer Service:
    I found no problems with the customer service besides the smelly pro shop


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    Review Date
    April 25, 2006

    Overall Rating
     3 of 5

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    Reviewed by: dethman, Shoots in the 80s

    Summary:
    a hilly course that will keep you thinking about your next shot. quite a few blind doglegs and blind shots over hills, as well as a crazy hole where you just keep hitting up to an elevated green. some of the holes in the back seemed a bit unkempt. the thing that bugged me was that the oversealous course ranger kept hassling my high capper friends who were taking lots of strokes, but keeping up fine. and we weren't even holding anyone up, there was noone behind us for two holes. overall an average experience, and still a bit too expensive.


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