Las Posas Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Camarillo, California.
Designed by Lawrence Hughes, this par-71 course opened in January of 1958, the golf course is located in the Las Posas Valley, a green belt of farms and lemon trees that stretch northward to South Mountain. On a clear day, the Topa Mountains are visible in the distance.
Estate homes and a variety of trees--pine and eucalyptus among others--line many of the fairways. In sport's parlance, those trappings narrow the playing field for a course that appears deceptively easy, only 6,377 yards from the back tees. However, seven holes (3, 5, 8, 12, 15, 16, 17) can present problems for the long hitter, and wayward drive can easily cross one of the imaginary lines drawn by the out-of-bounds stakes located on both sides of their fairways.
This rustic, course is woven into the terrain, threading its way through a valley to finish around a hill.
Las Posas presents two different nines to the golfer. The front nine winds through a portion of the Las Posas Valley, while the second nine encircles a small hill counterclockwise, starting with 10, ascending steeply from 11, the high point is reached, a magnificent view then commands attention. Once past the dogleg on 16, it's a gentle descent to the clubhouse below, except, for the challenge on 17.
#2 is the signature, short par three over water that requires a very good shot to the green.
#12, a par five is a 90 degree dogleg left and requires a lay-up off the tee you want to attempt a sweeping hook. A bell system is used to alert the group behind when you clear the hole.
Hollywood celebrities Dinah Shore, Pete Carpenter, Dick Martin, and Alvino Rey, all former members, once negotiated the Las Posas fairways -- as occasionally do PGA professional Corey Pavin and sports legends Dick Butkus and Elgin Baylor.
Blue tees: 6,377 yards, course ranking 71.3, slope ranking 127
White tees: 6,211 yards, course ranking 70.4, slope ranking 125
Gold tees: 5,641 yards, course ranking 68.5, slope ranking 119
Silver tees: 5,308 yards, course ranking 65.7, slope ranking 111
Blue tees (W): 6,377 yards, course ranking 77.4, slope ranking 144
White tees (W): 6,211 yards, course ranking 76.4, slope ranking 141
Gold tees (W): 5,641 yards, course ranking 73.3, slope ranking 135
Silver tees (W): 5,308 yards, course ranking 71.3, slope ranking 130
Guest (cart included), played on Wednesday, July 2013 at 10am
Great membership if lived closer I would join
Guest (cart included), played on Monday, June 2012 at noon
great golf course,good test of all golf shots
$41 (cart included), played on Thursday, February 2010 at 8am
This is a fun and challenging course,well worth the money.
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$56 (cart included), played on Saturday, July 2014 at noon
If you hit it straight, it is not too difficult. If you hit it longer and stray sometimes, a good score can be difficult to achieve. Greens normally near perfect, though one day #14 was so fast and with the hole on a ridge, no one in our foursome could finish the hole.