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Santa Catalina Island Sports & Outdoors: 12 reviews and 24 photos

  Catalina Island Golf Course
by Goner
 
 

The Catalina Island Golf Course was first built back in 1892 by the Banning brothers as a 3-hole course. The course has the distinction of being the oldest golf course in Southern California (and perhaps the West). By 1929, the course was expanded to a full 18-hole course. Many tournaments were played here, the most famous of which was the Bobby Jones Invitational Tournament held from 1931 to 1955, with a brief break during the war. Every spring top amateur golfers would visit and revisit the Catalina Course.

Golf fees are $27 for nine holes and $40 for 18, cart included, cheap compared to golf on the mainland.

Equipment: It?s a public golf course and it provides a memorable experience for golfers of every skill level.

What it has:

2 sets of tees for 18-hole play
Cleveland Clubs,
Club Car cart rentals
PGA pro on staff
Groups are welcome
Rental Packages

FOR TOURNAMENTS
Contact Mike Mellinger at
310-510-7420

Phone: 310/510-0143
Theme: Golfing

Review Helpfulness: 4 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Dec 8, 2003
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