Whether you want to work on your game in a challenging environment of hills, give your clubs a workout across varied terrain, or play the back nine at a relaxing pace, the golf courses of Simi Valley will have you calling up your best caddy to meet you on the fairway.
Top Courses to Play in Simi Valley
Check out Simi Hills Golf Course, a par 71 course rated 3.5 of 5 stars by Golf Digest magazine, which offers 18 holes (nearly half of which feature water) and over 50 bunkers across 6,651 yards, including a practice putting range and lighted driving range all designed by renowned golf course architect Ted Robinson.
You may also find your way over to Tierra Rejada, a par 72 course rated by Golf Digest as 4.5 out of 5 stars, has five sets of tees, the front ones spanning 5,148 yards and back tees that can stretch over 7,000 yards, all of which offers beautiful terrain to immerse yourself in while you play regardless of your handicap or experience on the green. Other features of this course, designed by Bob Cupp, include a putting green with two tiers and a grass range to practice on before taking to the proper tees.
Other enjoyable local courses include Sinaloa Golf Course and Wood Ranch Country Club. Any of these can be accessed directly by car or via Los Angeles International Airport, Van Nuys Airport or Bob Hope Airport. Once you’ve arrived, settle into one of the great hotel options in the area to rest up between rounds.
Things to Do Off the Golf Course
Give your legs a workout after riding the cart from tee to tee by chasing your golf excursion with a hike through beautiful, mountainous Simi Valley.
For family members looking for activities while you’re at the golf course, there are plenty of things to do off the course too. Take a tour of the location where some of your favorite classic movies were filmed at Corriganville Movie Ranch, take aim at Conejo Valley Archers, or include your four legged buddies in the fun at the Simi Dog Park.
Don’t forget how close you are to tons of Southern California beaches and attractions. Check out these fantastic day trips just a brief ride from Simi Valley, from the theme parks of Santa Clarita to the pier in Santa Monica. You can indulge in some Hollywood daydreams at Universal Studios, go window shopping on Rodeo Drive, or explore either the beaches or the mountains of the region.
With an array of courses to choose from by the time your Simi Valley golf adventure comes to an end you’ll be ready to take a mulligan on the whole trip!