Azusa Greens Country Club

919 W. Sierra Madre
Azusa, CA 91702 • (626) 969-1727

Azusa, CA (91702)
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Humidity: 14%
Wind: CALM

Sunset: 7:06 pm
green Sunrise: 6:48 am


1. colby022002
Posted: 04/10/17 7:27a
Member Since: Jul 10, 2015
From: Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
Played here 4/8/17. My friend and I were the first two to tee off. Weather was amazing here! I paid $45.00 for a course that I should have paid $30.00 It isn't worth more than $30 for a green fee. P.O... Continue »
5.8 Conditions
2. t8fish
Posted: 11/15/16 11:14p
Member Since: Jan 31, 2006
From: Altadena
Played with a buddy and a single on Friday, 10/11, getting out a little after 1:00-ish, $24 with cart. I've written very extensively about AG in the past so this will be brief. It's got it's deficienc... Continue »
5.2 Conditions
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Member Since: Jul 10, 2015
A nice fade will work perfect on this par 3 hole. if you go straight left you are in a lot of trouble. play it short if you are unable to hit the green (inexperienced golfers) that way you can two putt for par for try to birdie this fairly easy hole.
Member Since: Jan 31, 2006
The only real dogleg on the course, consider a club that will get you long but straight—maybe three wood down to 3 or 4 iron. The positioning you want for your second shot makes this a tighter driving hole than it appears. You want your tee shot on the right half of the fairway for the best angle. A slice through the trees puts you OB on the school grounds and dead. Left side of the fairway or rough and you are going to be blocked from cutting the corner on your second shot because of the trees unless you manage to hit it passed the bend in the dogleg. Long and right in the fairway and you might have a shot at the green. Short and right, a good angle for a layup and short approach. A conservative first shot leaves you more options to make par and possible birdie.