Saticoy Regional Golf Course

1025 South Wells Road
Ventura, CA 93004


Golf at Saticoy Regional Golf Course

Saticoy Regional Golf Course, located in Ventura, California between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, is a 2,700-yard 9-hole course designed by renowned golf course architect George C. Thomas. The par 34 course is perfect for golfers seeking a quick round after work. Though a short course, with three par 3s, five par 4s, and a par 5, it requires players to use every club in the bag. Saticoy Regional Golf Course's fairly flat and open layout with no water hazards provides a great place for beginners to learn, yet the small greens and 17 bunkers on seven different holes will still challenge more experienced and skilled golfers. The golf course offers a lighted driving range that stays open late. Saticoy Regional Golf Course is honored to host the Ventura County First Tee Program, which teaches children of all backgrounds how to play golf and build character. Our beautiful course is conveniently located 1/4 mile off highway 126 at Wells Road exit only nine miles from the ocean, and in full view of the Ojai Topa Topa Mountains.

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