Black Gold Golf Course Review

    Since it opened in early 2001, the Black Gold Golf Course has been a top Southern California golf course; it features some of the most challenging 18 holes of any golf course in the Orange County area including: long tees and an impressive 133 slope rating. Golfers who frequently get out on the golf courses of the United States will be familiar with Arthur Hills, the ASGCA golf course designer who is well know for his courses that feature challenging water features, well
    designed rough’s and plenty of obstacles to keep the new and experienced golfer coming back to play another round here.

    Best Orange County Municipal Golf Course? 

    Unlike other Orange County municipal golf courses, Black Gold Golf Course has consistently ranked high over the last 11 years in publications like Zagat, Southland Golf Magazine and Golf Digest because, the Black Gold Golf Course staff take pride in keeping the course ready for play on a daily basis.

    Arthur Hills knew what he was doing when he designed Black Gold Golf Course; besides having the challenges mentioned above, this course also features excellent landscaping and a beautiful waterfall that’s just off the 18th hole. If you come to play here, be ready to come for the day or bring your bucket of balls and spend some time with one of the instructors on the courses driving range.

    Plan Your Event Here

    Need a venue for your wedding, conference, and family get together or corporate event? Black Gold Golf Course features a spacious clubhouse with over 20,000 square feet of space, awesome views of the lake, waterfall and best of all, the clubhouse can accommodate up to 200 guests.

    To learn more about Orange County’s Black Gold Golf Course and the other great golf courses that Orange County has to offer, contact Fred Sed & Associates today at (949) 272-0125.

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