Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club offers Orange County golf at its absolute best, featuring 36 holes and two Robert Trent Jones Jr. championship layouts. The North, a 7162-yard gem that opened in 1987 to rave reviews from pro and amateur alike, boasts two of the 18 best holes of golf in Orange County. Eight years later, as Southern Orange County grew in size, Coto de Caza Golf Club grew along with the area, offering another challenging course for Orange County golfers – The South. The South, a slightly shorter 6,950 yards, treats Members and guests to a golf course where players head south through the Coto canyon without seeing any other golf holes except the one they’re playing. Together, the two extraordinary Orange County golf courses offer players of all abilities the chance to test all aspects of their game.
The North course’s forced-carry tee shots and large undulating greens treat players to a unique Orange County golf course experience. The majestic Saddleback Peak serves as a beautiful backdrop for a wonderful golf day as players enjoy their journey around the track many believe to be the best of the best when it comes to southern California golf courses.
The South course, with hazards bordering almost every shot, is known more as a shot-maker’s course. Water hazards, smaller greens and winding doglegs challenge players to not only hit all the clubs, but to also use their imagination and play with strategy in addition to strength.
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