Glen Annie Golf Club: Discussions

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





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Monikabartko
Tips please
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Sunday September 23, 2012 9:44 AM
Playing this course for the first time next week and its semifinals in match play. All tips appreciated
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RE: Tips please

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Monday September 24, 2012 7:32 PM
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_and_santa_barba ra/Glen_Annie_Golf_Club/playingtips.cfm
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"What's behind me.....is behind me". The original Cannonball Run
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GDR23
RE: Tips please
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Wednesday September 26, 2012 3:36 PM
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 pretty tough so don't sweat it to much after playing that hole...from what I remember it plays uphill. There are several tee shots where you are elevated hitting down to certain tight spots in the distance. Some of the holes are target but I remember only one hole being super quirky which is a double dog leg par 5. The first several par 3's were short which were nice to warm up on and the par 3's on the back were more challenging......from reading previous reviews and from what I remember it might be best to do a practice round there as it seems like a course where local knowledge is key....I remember we had a good round there...it was a fun course....on a clear day from the 2nd tee box you get a killer view of the pacific ocean
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