Compton Par 3 Golf Course

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This is an excellent par 3 course. If you want to hone your short game skills or if you are a beginner like me and don't want to look like a complete hack when you pay good money for a par 72 course: this is your course. The staff are friendly, the fairways are tight, and the greens well groomed. If you play through 9 and are having too much fun to leave, another $5 will get you another 9 holes of joy. (Weekdays-$5, weekends-$6.) See you on the course!

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9 holes for 5$ you can't beat that, it's a cool hidden location and if you live close by why not check it out.

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I was hesitant to play here when I noticed that there was a prison located right next to the third hole. I was instantly put at ease when I saw the barbed wire fence to keep the inmates where they belong. I'm subtracting 2 stars because there isn't any visual barrier to prevent inmates from gawking at golfers. The course itself was very dark when I played. I didn't have any problems finishing my round though. Can't go wrong for $6

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With the smell of brick weed lingering in the air, we teed off on our afternoon golf game at this amazing nine hole short course overlooking the majestic Los Angeles River. Who would've thought that there would be such an amazing hidden gem in the heart of Compton, a city once known to have one of the highest homicide rates in the country. The championship tees are nicely decorated with a painted block of 2x4 and large nail, which really adds a rustic vibe to the course. The greens were challenging, I couldn't tell if I was in the bunker or the green...but the presence of mulch and the flag nearby led me to believe that my ball had indeed landed nicely on the green. As I gently putted for my first par of the day, the ball barely moved. What a tough green I thought to myself, I must've misread the line. I proceeded to pull out my wedge and hit it full power, putting the ball in the water filled Oak Island cup. I guess the par will have to wait until the next time I'm able to afford to play at this luxury resort course.

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This is a fun course, especially when you want to hone your iron skills. We teed off at 7:30am, no one else here. When we finished a couple of hours later, we were still the only ones on the course. Now you will face a lot of water! Even some of the cups were full. But only at 6 dollars per person, how can you complain.

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