Ojai Valley Inn Golf Course

Country Club Road
Ojai, CA 93023 • (805) 646-5511




LOCAL WEATHER
Ojai, CA (93023)
79°F
Fair
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 13%
Wind: N at 3mph

Sunset: 7:08 pm
green Sunrise: 6:50 am

ALERT: Aeration
Will be aerating the greens 3/6 & 3/7.
* Although Greenskeeper.org researches all alerts before posting, we ask that you please contact the golf course for confirmation.

1. sirfun
Posted: 03/02/17 10:42p
Member Since: Jan 1, 2014
From: Oxnard
Today was my first time playing this course, and what a gem. Beautiful 80 degree Santa Ana day with very little wind. Golfnow had a $79 tee time and I called the course, and they matched the rate with... Continue »
12 Likes.
Rated
7.8 Conditions
2. kviser
Posted: 01/13/17 8:49p
Member Since: Feb 4, 2005
From: Saugus, CA
Played today with one of my buddies, Andy, using GN, $55 at 12:10 p.m. It was kind of crowded around the first tee from about 11:30 to about 12:20, when we teed off. Maye a lot of groups with approxim... Continue »
8 Likes.
Rated
7.6 Conditions
JohnnyGK
Topic: Ojai Valley Inn Golf Course Review: 4-2007
Posted: Mar 2, 2009
Hi Everyone, As you know GK as gone through many changes over the years. One of those changes has been the elimination of Greenskeeper.org Surveyor Reports to a more user generated content system. Instead of letting these older reviews disappear, I’ve decided to add them as permanent fixtures on ...
JohnnyGK
Topic: Ojai Valley Inn Golf Course Review: 4-2007
Posted: Mar 2, 2009
At around 90 minutes north of Los Angeles and a quick drive from Santa Barbara, the Ojai Valley Inn has been a weekend favorite of city dwellers for years. People come to relax, to escape big city living, and for some, to enjoy a round of golf in a setting completely foreign to non-private club gol...
bgrooms
Member Since: Oct 3, 2003
Actually, depending on the tee position and how far you drive the ball, you should aim well right (over the small pot bunker) due to the severe right to left slope of the fairway. The ball will play off the slope and rest to the left edge of the fairway, leaving a short iron to the green.
Hole
1
jackmack65
Member Since: Mar 23, 2003
Left-center is better off the tee. Long of the green is a tough up-and-down, but a shot to the center of the green leaves a routine two-putt to almost any pin position, and there's not much trouble short.
Hole
1

Playing Conditions
7.72
Great
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PRACTICE FACILITIES
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- Practice Putting Green