Meadowlark Golf Club

16782 Graham Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92649 • (714) 846-1364




LOCAL WEATHER
Huntington Beach, CA (92649)
71°F
Fair
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 29%
Wind: S at 3mph

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

COURSE LINKS

1. dconnally
Posted: 06/10/17 8:14p
Member Since: Oct 6, 2003
From: Mission Viejo, CA
Another kikuyu cow pasture. I’d never played here until today with my monthly club – and won’t likely be burning up the road to get back. I confuse this with Willowick, but I think there's a little mo... Continue »
13 Likes.
Rated
5.2 Conditions
2. parman18
Posted: 05/19/17 8:07p
Member Since: Mar 15, 2003
From: huntington beach
Short but challenging course. Short par 4's. Hard par 3's will give you a fit. Don't let the length fool you. Conditions were ok for all the play it gets
5 Likes.
Rated
5.9 Conditions
double_entendre
Topic: Greens fees
Posted: Mar 31, 2014
Gotta give these guys credit for chutzpah. $57 to play the course now? A course which usually has a criminally slow pace of play and is kept in second rate condition more often than not. Let's see. I can play Costa Mesa CC's Lagos course for $47 or Rec Park 18 for $48. I can drive to Rancho C...
addictedtugolf
Topic: Chatting with the starter....
Posted: Feb 13, 2012
I don't know which is worse for me....KNOWING that it has been a few years since I played Meadowlark or the fact it has been changing owners faster than I last played it (Nov 2008).
theyou
Member Since: Jan 13, 2011
Ideal tee shot is to aim at the fairway bunkers on the left side and hit a cut shot (for the right handed golfer). If the tee box is set up on the right side (closer to the houses) you have to be careful when you set up to hit your tee shot especially if you are going to try to hit a cut, trees and homes butt right up against that side. Hitting a fade or even a minor slice won't kill you as long as the ball avoids the houses on the right. There is room between hole 1 and 6 but you will be in the trees and balls are hard to find in there. If you set up for a cut and you end up hitting the ball straight, you will end up on hole 3 and will have to deal with a tree line on your 2nd shot. I do not recommend going for the hole in two because it is a small green with trouble on all sides, including tee box 3 and 1 that easily come into play with an errant shot.
Hole
6
theyou
Member Since: Jan 13, 2011
You can opt for driver or 3 wood depending on the tee box location to go for the green, but if you hit a cut, you will be in the trees with a tricky 2nd shot hitting over a bunker or into an uphill lie. If you draw or hook the ball you could in between hole 6 and 3, again possibly hitting over a greenside bunker. If you hit it over, the green will be slightly above you making your next shot tricky. Smart play is take a 3 hybrid or iron and your goal is to hit the ball over the mound in the middle of the fairway and leave yourself a 30-50 yard 2nd shot. Depending on the pin location, the green slopes from back to front, so you are better off trying to end up below the flag.
Hole
5

Playing Conditions
5.54
Good
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PRACTICE FACILITIES
- Driving Range (Mats & Grass)
- Practice Chipping & Sand Areas
- Practice Putting Green