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El Cariso Golf Course
13100 Eldridge Ave
Sylmar, CA 91342-3437, United States


818.367.6157
The late architect Robert Muir Graves designed this executive-length course, which opened in 1977 in the foothills above the San Fernando Valley. The course is owned and operated by the Los Angeles County Department of Parks & Recreation, so it is very much open to the public.
  
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Course Details

Type:Public
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:No Tanktops or Cuttoffs
Season Start:Year-round
Reserved Tee Times:Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Pro Shop Hours:Sunrise - sunset
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes




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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
12/31/19 Steve Aredas 86
12/21/19 Steve Aredas 82
12/19/19 Steve Aredas 81
12/14/19 Steve Aredas 80
12/5/19 Steve Aredas 86
12/1/19 Steve Aredas 79
11/30/19 Steve Aredas 79
11/24/19 Steve Aredas 81
11/21/19 Steve Aredas 81
11/17/19 Steve Aredas 84
11/9/19 Steve Aredas 84
11/3/19 Steve Aredas 81
10/26/19 Steve Aredas 83
10/13/19 Steve Aredas 83
10/5/19 Mark Spier 87
9/28/19 Steve Aredas 84
9/28/19 Mark Spier 93
9/22/19 Steve Aredas 80
9/19/19 Steve Aredas 80
9/15/19 Steve Aredas 79
9/12/19 Bryan Belair 82
9/11/19 Steve Aredas 83
9/11/19 Bryan Belair 76
9/10/19 Bryan Belair 76
9/9/19 Bryan Belair 81
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Recent Reviews

  StinkyTreat - 6/10/13
Lots of fun to play. The greens are the biggest equalizer at this course as it is not very long. Pace of play can be very slow due to lack of "golf ready" enforcement. The course marshall seems to be there to sit in his cart and each sandwiches!
  Alastor - 1/20/13
Not a bad run if you can play it on a weekday. Weekends are usually super busy. Plays on the longer side for an executive, with lots of water in play. Fairways are a little ratty, but the greens are in great shape and pretty fast for a muni.
  TboxCoffey - 5/10/14
  hare1337 - 1/7/14
  Justin Robertson - 7/20/13
  tbrees - 7/15/12
  Busting70 - 6/9/12
  brlopez70 - 4/8/12
  Detockz - 3/6/12
  RONWGUY - 12/28/11
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