Pacific Palms Resort
About Pacific Palms ResortPacific Palms Resort is billed as "LA's hilltop hideaway", the only full-service luxury golf and conference resort in Los Angeles County. The setting of the 292-room hotel and two golf courses by William F. Bell and Casey O'Callaghan is set against the San Gabriel Valley Mountains. Live music and jazz sets the mood at the Red Restaurant and Bar. The Industry Hills Golf Club's Eisenhower and Zaharias courses have been upgraded over the years with new turf and infrastructure, but their historical layouts remain unchanged.
Golf courses at Pacific Palms Resort
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Images from Pacific Palms Resort
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2nd hole - 200 yds lay up at the water front or drive the green if your first name is Rory. Photo submitted by jtsunnyday on 03/20/2019
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Pacific Palms Babe course
A must played course to test your patience,it hard,the green are fast,it’s a mountain course this course have everything to test your skills
Our round was so slow today,we were behind these 4 Koreans,skill is awful but they are teeing off the blue tees they hit about 180yrs it was just a mess and there were no Marshals around to pick up the pace
Great layout and always in good shape
The Babe course is one of my favorites I all of tHe LA/,So Cal area. Course management is key on the Babe with it’s subtle and in some cases, non so subtle doglegs and strategically placed trees. Definitely not the course you can grab the driver and bang away! This course requires strategy.. Beautiful scenery and elevation change make it an enjoyable experience every time. Off course amenities were only given 4 stars due to COVID restrictions. Normally first class .
We Played the Babe course at 7:15 am . The 3 of us went out without having them add an additional player to our group . First time back golfing in the past 3 months and due to the current situation , but we were all so pleased with everything , the course itself , player spacing , an it felt that we were the only ones playing . Great Experience . Thank you Industry Hills
I’ve played The Ike and The Babe courses many times over the past decade and I have to say that the conditions on The Ike today were the best I’ve ever seen. Plush fairways with perfect lies every time and greens rolling nicely and always fair.
Congratulations to the staff at Industry Hills for all their preparations and hard work to safely welcome everyone back.
The Ike at Industry Hills is an excellent test of a player's ability. Regardless of which tees you play, the Ike is a challenge. The course is well maintained, however once in the spring and again in the fall they aerate so it is prudent to make sure that you are not scheduling a tee time during those periods.
The greens just got punched but other than that the course is a hidden gem. Great views and plays tough. Pace of play was incredible.
PGA Rivera qualifying course
Before the Rivera became genesis invitational it was an open and to qualify it would be done here the course is awesome, I am a 5.8 handicap and I shot a 96 on the day I played here. I have played it previously 1 time before and shot 81, if you are a city course player be ready to not break 80 this course will not allow you to miss you have to be an excellent ball striker to compete on this course. Also I think the club pro was trying to send a message to some of the golfers cause the pin placement of all the pins were the hardest I have ever played, this made it even more fun because I love the challenge. Come play here if you get a chance!
good golf course
the golf course is long and the fairway must be kept well to maintain good scores. but the golf coures is good~
Excellent Public Course
Industry Hills has two great golf courses. I played the Babe Zaharia course which is shorter and tighter. Fairways are narrow and there are plenty of strategically placed bunkers, water hazards and trees. The course winds through forested areas and you don’t feel as if you are in the very congested area that it resides. Greens and tees very excellent. Fairways were pretty good with some hard bare areas resulting from lack of over seeding and dormant grass. The staff was great, carts great, range and eating areas very good. Definitely a must play!
It’s layout is one of the best I’ve played. Tough but rewarding. I aced #9 so needless to say, the course is favored!
Nice course lots of odd angles. Hit one down the pipe and rarely see a flat lie. Definitely target golf dosnt play really long, pace was great early, decent shape.
Plan on being here for 8 hours
Worst pace of play if you’re not the first to tee off. The nickname for this course is “Mulligan Mayhem” because every person on this course takes a second tee shot. Beautiful layout and conditions not bad, but wow, the ambassadors need to regulate the pace of play here.