This course is my favorite in the area. It is extremely well maintained and just an overall pleasure to play. It does have a 9-hole executive course (but I've never played it). The 18-hole course has length, hazards, water, etc. One of the best things I've always enjoyed is that the sprinkler heads have the distance to the green marked on them. Highly recommended.
Not being a serious golfer, I had the opportunity to shoot a round here. It was a great course with spectacular conditions. Staff was great. Practice area's were better than anything I've been on. Course winds its way into the hills - not on the ocean. Probably easier to get on than the other big courses and if you can handle the $200 green fess, it's a must play.
Our club played a tournament here. I can't wait to go back! This was a nice course to play. It was a little tight and not very long. The greens are somewhat fast. Lots of severe dog legs, banked fairways, elevated greens, and elevated tee boxes. I think it's the 10th hole where you tee it up to hit over an ocean inlet. Overall, this is a good course to play.
This is the smallest of the 3 courses in the Sepulveda basin. I believe it's a par 70. This course is pretty decent - straight forward nothing too fancy as far as course design. For the serious golfer, I wouldn't consider this to be a very challenging course, but it does suffice for a nice golfing outing.
This is one of the courses in the Sepulveda basin, which means that all are similar in terrain. Our club usually plays here once a year. This course has water hazards in play probably on about 3 holes. Other than that, the course has wide fairways and lots of geese. Not too challenging for a low handicapper but keeps the ball in play for those of us who spray shots all over the place.
I haven't really golfed at the courses here (they have both an 18- and a 9-hole course) but I heard they're not bad. I have, however, used the driving range... which is perfect for me. A great place to work on your swing. High tech with automatic tees, you can purchase a range card.
On a business trip, I picked this hotel from the Internet. It was adequate - nothing fancy... a good place to just sleep. There wasn't an on-site restaurant, but it's close to other places. It's also close to Coors Field.
Convenient location along the way, this place was a favorite stop for me and my family. Comparable prices, fresh donuts, and a friendly staff. I particularly like the apple fritters.
We've had Mr. Luitwieler as our homeowners insurance agent for over 10 years now. He has always been available to answer any of our questions - even when we had to submit a claim.
Our daughter wanted to try cheer. Young Champions was a group that advertised through one of the school bulletins, so we tried them out. It was a good introduction. You go to weekly sessions to work and build on a routine with the goal of participating in a competition. Be prepared to spend more than just the initial cost of the sessions (to varying degrees) - there's pom-poms, uniforms, etc. depending on how "in to it" they get.