Golf Overview

Our championship golf course, created in 1976 by Ted Robinson, is comprised of three distinct nines peppered with the community's signature oak trees.


North Ranch Country Club's golf course is known for our pristine conditions to challenge golfers of all skill levels to keep perfecting their swings.  Between our Valley, Oaks and Lakes courses North Ranch provides our members with 27 enjoyable holes of golf. Our Club is known for its rich golfing tradition, and in addition to a welcoming camaraderie, we offer special clinics for women as well as membership into the NRWGA, and weekly Junior Clinics for budding golfers. 

Mountain views and impeccable greens offer a relaxing atmosphere for practice or play. Our driving range is always fully stocked with top-quality range balls, and our chipping/putting area and practice bunker give our golfers the opportunity to sharpen their skills. Plus, our staff is always available to assist all of our members with one-on-one instruction or a personalized shopping experience in our Pro Shop.
 

Pro Shop: (805) 413-1248
SCOTT MILLER, HEAD GOLF PRO: Smiller@northranchcc.org


  • Valley Course
    • VALLEY COURSE

      The Valley is a thinking man's nine. It measures 3358 yards, but requires very accurate placement off the tee. Many longer hitters don't get to use their drivers until the 8th hole. With tiny greens and several well placed Oak trees, your tee shots must set you up for an accurate approach. Hit it to the wrong side of the fairway and you may not have a shot to the flag!



       

      Hole #1 - "This is the first of four of the toughest opening holes in golf. "This is a good
      opening par 4. It is a downhill, slight dogleg to the left. A long iron off the tee is the shot
      because there's a lateral hazard right and OB left . A well-placed long iron off the tee
      leaves a mid-iron shot to the large green. When the pin is placed in the back right potion
      of the green, a par is a good score. It's a very challenging opening hole."

      Ron Commans,
      1981 NCAA Individual Champion


      Par: 4/5 (Men/Ladies)

      Blue
      466
      White
      442
      Red
      429
      Yellow
      414





      Scorecard

      Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total
      Blue 466 408 193 447 344 394 186 511 409 3358
      White 466 377 160 382 328 369 152 486 382 3099
      Red 429 328 150 373 316 361 134 414 366 2871
      Yellow 414 256 136 323 316 317 91 414 339 2606
      Men's Par 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 5 4 35
      Ladies' Par 5 4 3 4 4 4 3 5 4 36


  • Lakes Course
    • LAKES COURSE

      Built in 1988, the Lakes, at 3542 yards, is the longest of our three nines. Formerly known as the "Conway" nine, the fairways are more wide open than the others, with the greens having more subtle breaks than on the Valley or Oaks. The Lakes has one of Southern California's 18 toughest holes. The 234 yard, par 3, all carry over water, was voted one of SoCal's 18 toughest by Southland Golf Magazine.



       

      Hole #1 - A very difficult starting hole. A long dogleg left with the fairway running away from you make this a great driving hole. Be careful of OB left, but not so careful that you end up in the bunkers on the right side of the fairway. The downhill second shot always plays shorter than the yardage, with lots of extra roll if you land short. The huge green is well bunkered. Be careful not to go long if the pin is up front.


      Par: 4

      Blue
      460
      White
      403
      Red
      391
      Yellow
      342





      Scorecard

      Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total
      Blue 462 415 223 581 415 493 382 234 386 3591
      White 403 382 180 555 383 471 342 185 361 3262
      Red 391 349 164 492 360 452 319 132 346 3005
      Yellow 342 307 135 460 305 390 285 86 303 2613
      Men's Par 4 4 3 5 4 5 4 3 4 36
      Ladies' Par 4 4 3 5 4 5 4 3 4 36


  • Oaks Course
    • OAKS COURSE

      The Oaks is considered by many members to be our most difficult nine. At 3400 yards, it is not long by modern standards, but rarely does one find so much trouble on both sides of the fairway off the tee! Rarely can you find a level lie to hit from, increasing the difficulty when approaching the greens. Accuracy is a must to score well on the Oaks.




      Hole #1 - "This is a good par 4 to start off the Oaks nine. A good drive will leave you, in most cases, a wedge to the green. This should be considered a good birdie opportunity. Only problem on this hole is if the second goes over the green. This will leave a very difficult shot back to hold and a tough par. A good start for the inward nine."

      Dan Forsman,
      PGA & Champions Tour winner


      Par: 4

      Blue
      384
      White
      374
      Red
      358
      Yellow
      328





      Scorecard

      Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total
      Blue 384 415 526 202 416 474 372 181 424 3395
      White 374 402 499 158 390 464 356 145 355 3143
      Red 358 357 452 153 295 442 322 126 320 2825
      Yellow 328 357 425 127 295 442 322 126 320 2742
      Men's Par 4 4 5 3 4 5 4 3 4 36
      Ladies' Par 4 4 5 3 4 5 4 3 4 36

  • Meet our Pros
    •   ABOUT SCOTT

      Scott Miller, Head Pro at North Ranch Country Club, has been at North Ranch for nine years and teaching for 18. A certified Taylor Made club fitter, Scott was elected to the PGA in 2000 and has collected a number of accomplishments during his career. In addition to running North Ranch’s Women’s Clinics and Junior Summer Camps, Scott always greets our members with a smile and takes the time to stop and spend time with our members — whether it’s to talk about golf swings or family events.


      SCOTT’S OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

      ·  Northern Chapter Teacher of the Year, 2011

      ·  Southern California PGA Section Champion, 2005

      ·  Played in two Professional National Club Championships and five PGA Tour events, including the 2006 and 2007 Nissan Open, 2006 Buick Open, 2006 Bob Hope and 2005 Nationwide Mark Christopher.



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