Glen Annie Golf Club

405 Glen Annie Road
Goleta, CA 93117 • (805) 968-6400




LOCAL WEATHER
Goleta, CA (93117)
69°F
Fair
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 47%
Wind: S at 7mph

Sunset: 7:13 pm
green Sunrise: 6:54 am

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ALERT: Aeration
Will be aerating the greens 4/3 & 4/4.
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1. dsal_13
Posted: 03/09/17 10:15a
Member Since: Jul 26, 2014
From: Rancho Cucamonga
First Santa Barbara golf course played since I've moved to Oxnard last July. Got the first tee time of the day since I had to be at work at 11, our tee time was at 6:30 am. I'm not going to gripe too ... Continue »
11 Likes.
Rated
7.2 Conditions
2. DickB87
Posted: 08/04/16 9:39a
Member Since: Jun 11, 2008
From: Fresno
Played Glen Annie on 7/18/16. It was a Monday afternoon, so the pace of play was great. Weather was fantastic and the views were amazing. While this course is a little "quirky" with its reachable p... Continue »
8 Likes.
Rated
6.5 Conditions
GDR23
Topic: Tips please
Posted: Sep 26, 2012
Here is some information I can give you.....I played it several years ago with one of my buddies Toprank from the back tees..... I don't remember it being a long course but one that was super hilly.... I do remember that the back nine is a little tougher than the front nine. The first hole was prett...
addictedtugolf
Topic: Tips please
Posted: Sep 24, 2012
OK, maybe GK'er's don't know that if you search the course, there is a link at the bottom of each listing called "TIPS" provided GK'er's have posted some.. Looks like there have been several tips posted for Glen Annie Try this link: http://www.greenskeeper.org/southern_california/ventura_an...
jbull29
Member Since: Nov 4, 2003
Reachable Par 4. A mere 286 yds. from the tips and its downhill all the way. If you are a hack then lay up in the fairway with an iron, but if you have some skill you can have a go at this green. I've seen a hole in one on this hole and numerous eagles (myself included). This begins the stretch of holes that are just begging to be birdied! If you are going to miss on this hole miss short b/c right is OB and left is bunkers, another fairway and a frog crossing. And if you want to have some fun with the group in front of you then tee off when they are on the green and no matter what you hit off the tee they will react as if the ball is going to land on top of them!
Hole
12
jbull29
Member Since: Nov 4, 2003
Par 5 dog leg right. I will admit this hole is a bit absurd but the more times you play it the easier it gets. The main thing on this hole is positioning. Off the tee, try to stay on the right side of the fairway so you will have less of a distance on your second shot. You have 2 choices once you hit your tee shot, 1) take out your 9 iron and aim straight to the fairway ahead and lay it up to the 150 mark, or 2) if you have some power you can go for this green in two, albeit you will be hitting a blind shot into a narrow green over a mountain! If you aim over the big tree on the left side of the hill then you can use that as your line to the green. Its roughly 250yds. from the end of the first fairway to the green. You can actually miss a little right and the hill will still roll your ball down to the right of the green. This is definitely a hole that is suited for the local and I still remember the first time I played this hole I thought I was aiming towards the direction of the green only to find out that my ball ended up on the 11th green! Once on the green, play your ball below the hole to give yourself a nice up hill putt on this two tiered green.
Hole
10

Playing Conditions
7.24
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