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El Cariso Golf Course Scorecard

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Rating/Slope
Hole

Hole #1

A slight dogleg left with a generous fairway lined by towering pine trees. A fairway bunker guards the left side of the fairway. The ideal tee shot should be played to the right side of the fairway. Longer hitters may want to challenge the fairway bunker in order to have a shorter approach into the green which is surrounded by three sand bunkers.

 
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Hole #2

A straightaway par 4 with a sharp dogleg near the green. A precise tee shot is required to hit the fairway, which is guarded by a lake on the left and trees on the right. A conservative play off the tee of about 200 to 225 yards will leave players in an ideal position to attack this green, which slopes severely from back to front.

 
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Hole #3

A short par 3 that measures only 155 yards from the back tees. With noticeable undulations throughout, this green slopes primarily from back to front. Saving par proves to be a difficult task if a player finds himself trying to navigate this undulated green from the thick rough surrounding it. The ideal shot would be to the center of the green in order to set up a mid-range birdie putt.

 
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Hole #4

A lengthy par 3 with a large green that is divided into a front and back section by a large ridge that runs through the middle of the green. Players will usually have a helping breeze at their back, which shortens the yardage by 5 to 10 yards. A large greenside bunker to the right captures errant tee shots and the trees lining the left side require a quality golf shot in order to hit this green. The back portion of the green slopes to the left, while the front portion slopes to the right. The ideal tee shot would be below the hole on the section of the green where the flag is located.

 
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Hole #5

Rated as the course’s most challenging hole, this par 4 dogleg left requires accuracy on both the tee and approach shots. Players will tee off through a narrow chute of trees to a fairway that is guarded by bunkers on the left and a lake to the right. The ideal tee shot would be to the right side of the fairway in order to have a clear shot around the corner of the dogleg.

 
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Hole #6

The shortest par 3 on the course, which measures 129 yards from the back tees. A large green that slopes from back to front offers players a great opportunity for a birdie. 

 
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Hole #7

A dogleg right par 4 with a demanding tee shot. The fairway is lined by a lake on the right and trees on the left, which requires a precise tee shot in order to set a clear approach. A conservative play of 200 to 225 yards is ideal, but longer hitters may want to attack this shorter par 4 by taking a more aggressive line over the lake on their tee shot.

 
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Hole #8

A short par 3 with a shallow green. Club selection is key in order to set up a makeable birdie putt.

 
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Hole #9

The most difficult par 3 on the course, which measures 221 yards from the back tees. The hole plays slightly uphill, which makes this long par 3 quite intimidating. The large green is surrounded by three bunkers, which are then surrounded by trees. Errant tee shots will be costly. The ideal shot is to the center of the green. Par is the goal.

 
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Hole #10

A straightaway par 4 lined by trees and out of bounds on each side. A large tree in the center of the fairway about 60 yards from the green leaves players with two options. The conservative play would be to play a 200-yard shot to the right side of the fairway just short of the fairway bunker. This play would allow for an unobstructed shot to the green. Longer hitters may want to carry the right fairway bunker with a driver or wood in order to set up a short wedge shot to this green that slopes from back right to front left.

 
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Hole #11

A severely downhill par 3 with a green that runs perpendicularly to the tee. Bunkers behind and in front of this green place a premium on club selection and distance control. The tee shot plays a full club shorter than the distance indicates.

 
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Hole #12

A short and narrow par 4 lined by out of bounds on the left and lateral hazard on the right. A channel runs across the fairway 30 yards short of the green, which all approach shots will have to carry. The conservative play would be a 180 to 210 yard shot to the fairway in order to set up a short approach shot over the channel. Longer hitters may be able to drive the green, but the landing area around the green is small.

 
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Hole #13

A long par 3 with a large two-tiered green. The tee shot plays 5 to 10 yards uphill. Hitting the correct tier is crucial.

 
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Hole #14

A par three with a green that slopes severely from front to back. The green is surrounded by large trees and guarded by a bunker in the front. The ideal play is to keep the tee shot below the hole in order to have an uphill birdie putt.

 
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Hole #15

The second most difficult hole on the course—a arrow par 4 with a tree-lined fairway that turns slightly to the left. The tee shot is played from a narrow chute with trees and out of bounds along the left side and trees along the right side as well. The green slopes severely from back to front with a bunker that guards the right side of the green. The ideal play would be to leave the approach shot below the pin to ensure an uphill birdie putt.

 
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Hole #16

A par 3 with water surrounding the left and rear of the green and bunkers protecting the left side. This large green has several ridges, which requires a player’s full attention when reading putts. 

 
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Hole #17

A short par 3 with a large two-tiered green. Distance control is key in order to set up an opportunity for birdie. 

 
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Hole #18

A long par 4 with fairway bunkers on the right and a pair of trees that encroach upon the left side of the fairway. The ideal tee shot to the middle right of the fairway would leave a clear approach into this relatively flat green, which is surround by bunkers and OB in the rear.

 
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INTOTMen'sWomen's
Blue35634615519340512934413622122853561502951901793301761403952211449661.1 / 97
White33832313016633911832010820220443431322631711662941611203752025406959.2 / 9376.9 / 132
Red295295119151287972801011801805315952441581392531361113321783358856.9 / 8859.3 / 89
Handicap1131391157175 61614812210184    
                        
                        
Par M/W443343433
5
31
33
4343343343162
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Orange240240821012298123867100137824770203879422974862871377275561.9 / 93
Handicap1131391157175 61614812210184    

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El Cariso Golf Course

El Cariso - Green Fees

Public Mon - Fri Weekends / Holidays
18 Holes $24.00 $31.50
9 Holes $12.00 $15.00
Twilight $16.00 $18.00
Super Twilight $11.50 $11.75
Senior* (65+) $13.00 N/A
Senior (After 12 p.m.) $9.50 N/A
Junior $4.25 $7.00
Senior (9 Holes) $8.75 N/A
Junior (9 Holes) $3.75 $6.50
Cart Fees
18 Hole Cart Fee $11.50 $11.50
9 Hole Cart Fee $6.00 $6.00
Twilight Cart Fee $8.00 $8.00
Super Twilight Cart Fee $6.00 $6.00

*Requires LA county Senior card.

Tee times may be made up to 7 days in advance. When you call to make your reservation, our staff will ask the number of players in your group, and the day and time you would like to play. We will do our best to accommodate you. We will require a phone number, and on weekends, a credit card number to reserve the time.

Cancellations will be accepted up to 24 hours prior to your tee time. There will be a charge of $10.00 for each no show and short show in your party, so please call in advance if you group size changes.

Proper golf attire is required.

Rates are subject to change without notice.
Please call the course for current rates or if rates are not listed.

Golf At El Cariso Golf Course

Designed by Robert Muir Graves and opened to the public in 1977, El Cariso Golf Course is a 4,493 yard, par 62, 18-hole golf course with three sets of tees, which make it an enjoyable test of skill for players of all abilities. The signature hole is #11 - a short downhill par 3 with beautiful mountain views. With a healthy combination of par 3’s and par 4’s, Kikuyu grass fairways and immaculately-tended Poa annua greens, El Cariso Golf Course is a great mid-range, affordable golf course. To hone your game, El Cariso provides a night-lit practice range open late, multiple putting greens, and a fully stocked Pro Shop – all complemented by well-kept facilities and friendly service.

Directions

El Cariso Golf Course
13100 Eldridge Ave.
Sylmar, CA 91342
Phone: 818.367.8742