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Black Gold Golf Club

Yorba Linda, CA
Reviewed by:  jim90806, Long Beach
Yep, another positive review for Black Gold. I guess by now the only complaint I’d make about the place is that if you aren’t grooving on your swing, you may lose a lot of balls.
It may get tiring for some, to have a good round spoiled because you lost your ball on a narrow fairway.  The layout may get tiresome as its always seems to be a narrow valley to hit through. There’s no trees to get in the way either. There are great views though, you can see Catalina from several tee boxes. The course is real well kept. Very few GUR (Ground Under Repair) areas, or places where you wouldn’t want to hit your ball.
I think it plays harder than the scorecard says, as this is the kind of place where you can hit a nice shot, but only to realize you landed your ball 5 ft too far on the green and it rolls down into a gully or sand trap. If you play here with a player familiar with the layout, make sure they give you at least 4 extra strokes as experience here can be the difference between an 81 or a 91.
Out-of-towners consider Black Gold as one of the courses to play while in Los Angeles.  I don’t venture too far east from here so I can’t comment about a couple Riverside courses I’ve heard about, but in my opinion, there’s only 5 courses worth playing: Black Gold, Industry Hills Ike and Babe, Oak Creek, and if you’re in the mood for slumming, Skylinks.   Black Gold is a course I recommend playing.