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Rancho Park – Par 3 (Century City)

3.5 rating
3.5 rating
10460 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064 (310) 838-7561
Number of Holes: 9
Par: 27
Yardage: (992 yards)
Course Hours:
Greens Fees: Weekdays $7
Weekends $8
Course Condition: 3 out of 5
Course Design: 3.5 out of 5
Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 5

This course is located in West Los Angeles, just south of Century City and by the Fox Studios. There is adequate parking provided. This par 3 course runs north of the 18 hole par 72 Rancho Park golf course. The par 3 course has a starter office and restrooms. There is no snack bar, but there are a couple of vending machines. The starter is usually abrupt and unfriendly at this course.

Rancho Park is a fun course to play. The course has a nice flow. The hole lengths vary which adds interest; the shortest hole being 82 yards, while the longest being 148 yards. This is a woodland course and each hole is lined with trees as with Los Feliz. There are three bunkers on the course which come into play on 4 of the 9 holes.

Hole 9 at sunset – pic courtesy of Tim E (Yelp)

The condition of the course has deteriorated over recent years. It used to be really nicely maintained for a City owned course. However now it is just average condition. There are large areas of grass which have turned to mud and need replacing. Also whenever I play here the grass is really wet and soggy – no matter what time of year. They either have a drainage issue or water way too much. This is very prevalent on hole 2. The tee box is in the shade and it is always muddy.

Unfortunately as with most par 3 courses, patrons tend not to replace divots or pitch marks on the green.

I don’t play at this course much mainly due to the location. As it is in the middle of a densely populated area it is usually very busy at peak times. I try and go early in the morning or during the week if I play here. If you go at the weekend be prepared to have 3-4 groups ahead of you before you start.

Richie says… “Good course at a reasonable price. If you avoid playing at peak times you should have no problems in completing your round at a good pace. Watch for the cars heading down Pico on hole 5!”

Albino says… “Great par 3. The course is cool and the price is fair.”

Chris says… Another great course. One of my favorites in Los Angeles. It can get busy. So if you want to play, play in early morning. Watch out for afternoon’s as it gets ridiculously busy.” 

Hole by Hole

Hole 1 – 98 yards
Hole 2 – 100 yards
Hole 3 – 148 yards
Hole 3 – green
Hole 4 – 90 yards
Hole 5 – 131 yards




Hole 6 – 82 yards
Hole 7 – 88 yards
Hole 7 – green
Hole 8 – 135 yards
Hole 9 – 120 yards