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Lost Canyons Golf Club, Simi Valley
(1.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • It doesn't matter what I or anyone else thinks… the course is now officially closed, the land is scheduled for an upscale housing development. No more golf but it was good while it lasted. If there is...  more »
  • If I am going to meet someone for a lunch date in Simi Valley, one of the places I like to go to is Lost Canyons. The View cannot be beat. The space is actually quite nice. A little dated and worn how...  more »
  • Lost Canyons is going through tough financial times, and it shows on the course maintenance and in the club house. The course is worth about $45 to $50 during the weekend with a cart. You only have on...  more »
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  • This is a LOST course. Lost to the lack of pride in the ownership. The course used to be spectacular. It's now a "dog track" that isn't deserving of anything other than let the Canyons take the land back. One of the worst courses I have ever played, condition wise. I payed on a Tuesday morning after the golf shop representative told me the course was in good shape and recovered from a few years of neglect. I quit after nine and asked to get a refund for nine holes. I was charged the full rack rate for nine holes. They can keep the $40. I'll drive 9 miles over to Moorpark and actually play a golf course that knows what fertilizer, weed killer and water can do. Stay away from this Lost Cause. It's a real shame because it used to be a great place to play. Really sad what has happened to this once great course which has dead dandelions growing up through parched hard pan fairways (no real grass to speak of) and absolutely the worst conditioned course I have ever played. PLEASE do yourself a favor and go somewhere else. This is no longer a golf course. It's a dump. P.S. - Anyone that has rated this as a 2 + star golf course has no idea what a real course looks like. Let's just call them hackers and leave it at that. If you are below a 20 handicap stay away. I wouldn't take my dog for a walk out there let alone play golf. And Fred Couples, get your name out of there asap! I dare say that Fred would have anything to do with this dump.
  • It's difficult to rate this course. When I played this Pete Dye gem several years ago it was spectacular. Up and down and extremely challenging layout with unsurpassed views. It was simply stunning. Unfortunately, I hear the quality has gone downhill. What a shame.
  • The Lost Canyons Golf Club is a great place to relax! As well as offering golf, they're clubhouse acts as a great venue for parties of any kind!
  • We played this course last week and found it very challenging to say the least. The area is spectacular with beautiful rolling hills and open vistas but the fairways were dry and hard as were the severely undulating greens so count on your ball rolling forever. It's obvious that this was once a top rated, world class course that has been allowed to deteriorate, possibly due to a lack of water. At the reduced rates being offered, it's a fun course to play but bring plenty of balls unless you're a scratch golfer. It's my understanding that the course is being renovated this summer and rates will obviously go up.
  • The last time that I played Lost Canyons the only course open was the Shadow Course, after a wildfire had scorched the other course and closed it. Too bad about the Shadow Course as in its prime it was a fairly difficult golf course with lots of do or pay-heavily shots. I made par on a few holes there and even birdied a couple too. From what I have heard from friends who have played the Sky Course it is the better of the two courses and if they can keep it up I would recommend the place. Another course I have enjoyed a few times is the Nicklaus-design Angeles National in Sunland and the Shadow Course was tougher than it. I have played both of the courses at Brookside plenty of times each and both Angeles National and the Shadow Course at Lost Hills were considerably more difficult than even Brookside's longer course. I am afraid that we are not playing golf right now at home here in Denver because there is eight inches of snow on the ground here.