Gather your golf clubs and hit the green.
Ventura County Coast is home to several renowned public golf courses that welcome golf enthusiasts and players of all skill levels. Situated between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara right off Highway 101, Ventura County Coast is the ideal place for a round of golf. With perfect temperatures and clean coastal air, these golf courses are sure to please any time of the year.
This course is for the nature lovers out there! With grand views of the Conejo Mountains, Camarillo Springs offers an 18-hole public course nestled up against California’s wilderness. You’ll feel truly at peace in this gorgeous, natural location.
River Ridge Golf Club
Oxnard’s River Ridge Golf Club offers many unique experiences for both avid and experimental golfers. There are golf clubs for people of all ages, and even a learning center to get started with—or improve—your game. Plus, you can cruise to the course on a GolfBoard! Like golf, but not happy with your swing? Try a round of FootGolf, which swaps golf balls for soccer balls!
Sea Bee Golf Course
Named after the United States Naval Construction Battalions, or “C.B.”, Sea Bee Golf Course is for golfers and soccer lovers alike! This complex, 18-hole course offers all players an opportunity to hone golfing and foot golfing skills alike.
For the rustic player who enjoys a walk on the wild side, Olivas Links is sure to inspire with views of the Ventura Harbor, Ventura hillside and the Channel Islands. The course offers creative shot opportunities to challenge the avid player.
Sterling Hills Golf Club
With soft rolling hills, Sterling Hills is a fun pick for golfers of all experiences! The 18-hole championship golf course offers multiple levels and opportunities for a challenging yet fun game. When you finish, enjoy a celebratory beverage at the popular Wedgewood 19th Hole Pub & Grille.
Buenaventura Golf Course
This pristine, park-like course offers green hills sculpted using classic Bell designs that an experienced golfer will enjoy. Be sure to visit “The Big Swing” statue by Michael Stutz before your round for a little extra good luck!