Lake Lindero Golf Course
|White (W)||29||1302 yards||29.6||94|
|Blue M: 58.9/97 W: 59.2/98||136||123||180||247||196||192||304||148||169||1695||3390|
|White M: 58.7/95 W: 57.9/95||112||110||164||204||152||142||267||107||145||1403||2806|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesBanquet Facilities
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Available SportsFootGolf, Tennis
Some interesting holes that test skill
Although this course gets a lot of play on weekends from less-experienced golfers and can be slow at times., the greens usually are in good shape and most holes can challenge the regular player. Played from the back blue trees, the first two holes are pretty simple and straightfoward as is # 9. But Number 3 is a 170 yard par three that has a trap and a barranca to capture shots either left or too long. Plus a trap and tree to navigate around for shots right of the green. Number 4 is a very short par 4 that can be driven if willing to risk a tumble in the creek if short or right. Laying it up onto the narrow fairway with trouble both left and right isn't easy. Plus even a nicely played lay up requires accuracy and distance control on the second shot to a postage stamp green. Number 5 is a par 3 which swallows up short or left shots into the creek, has trap or tree troubles for anything to the right and straight shots too long run off the sloping green into trouble. Number 6 is a 195 par three from the blues that requires threading a tee shot through trees and then carrying it 180 yards in the air to clear the water. The alternative is fading it to avoid the water which then risks either sand or a creek. Feel relieved to get past that hole without having a penalty shot. Number 7 is another par four that requires a precision tee shot. Slightly left of center gets the pond and going right of center right means going over a big tree on the second shot, which if hit usually means the ball falls into the creek behind the tree., Number 8 is a par three with a big pond guarding the left side. The right side has tree troubles and if you're too long, the pitch shot is to a green that slopes down to the pond. I've managed to get into some form of trouble in at least two of those five holes just mentioned every time I've played this course. A player who comes in at 3 over par or less on this course is a good golfer.
Fun Course for the Non Serious Golfer
I played the nine holes with my now grown up son on a perfect sunny January afternoon. The course is very nice and weaves in and out of an Agoura neighborhood. It was challenging enough for occasional golfers like us, and the course has some interesting twists and turns. We also want to stay clear of the impatient golfers that frequent the more demanding courses. In any event, the other golfers here were very friendly and everyone was just enjoying a nice afternoon outdoors, which is what it is all about for us.. The staff is also very friendly.
Nice Executive Course
Nice variety of holes. Not your typical par three...
Playing first time
Beautiful course, but I was a little confused on where hole 2 was. Started going the wrong way, but asked another golfer where to go. They advised me to stay to the right. After that it was easier to find our way. Nice fairways and better greens. Just wish I played a better game. Now that I know the layout, I’m positive my next game will be better. Going back soon !
Middle of the Road
First time playing here. The nice part was it was not crowded, but the conditions were not what I expected from the reviews. We arrived and waited for someone to show up to get help and possibly something to eat before heading out.
Then we learned they have no food or restaurant so we pushed on.
The course is 9 holes not 18 but ok. We finished up rather well left and went for an early dinner elsewhere.
The course was in pretty good shape not perfect. Some of the par threes were quite long and very challenging. The two par fours were also challenging. I really enjoyed my round it was easy to walk and me and my wife had a good time because it was a simple course but it was challenging for me.