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Meadowlark Golf Course 
16782 Graham St., Huntington Beach, CA  (714) 846-1364
Driving range, 
Practice Greens 
Club house with banquet facilities and restaurant 
          William Park Bell

          16782 Graham Street
          Huntington Beach, 92649

          Pro Shop: 714-846-1364
          Clubhouse: 714-846-4450


          Play Policy & fees: Green fees are $22 to $25 weekdays and $29 to $31 weekends. Carts are $22. This
          course is available for outside tournaments. Reservations are available 21 days in advance beginning at 6


 Course Information/Statistics: This is a public course.

 Course Description: Established in the early 1920s, this is a rolling course with narrow, tree-lined fairways. The greens are small, so shot placement is essential. There are several water hazards. The course is located close to the ocean in Huntington Beach, so it is subject to ocean breezes. The upside is that the air is usually clean and clear. This is a busy course, with 125,000 rounds played here per year.


Location: From south Orange County, drive north on Interstate 405 to the Warner Avenue exit and go west for four miles to Graham Street, then turn right to the club.     5750 par 71



The golf course does allow walking.

The golf course is public.

Green fees are $24 weekday/ $33 weekend. 

The course has 18 holes. 

Par for the course is 70. 

Total yardage is 5750/5531/5467. 

The slope rating of the course is 104. 

There is a 19th hole.

The best time to play is weekdays because it's wide open M-Th.

The 1st hole is the most challenging hole to play because you start out with the #1 handicap hole. Water
on the right makes this opener a tough 450-yard par 4.

The 16th hole is the most fun to play because it's a seemingly-innocent 155-yard par 3. But with a 2-club
breeze coming off the nearby ocean, this hole can make you stand over your tee shot longer than usual. 

Meadowlark is a older course, with a little bit of everything. Plenty of mature trees, water on five holes,
interesting elevation changes and those pesky ocean breezes from the Southwest give you some things to
think about. Green fees do not include cart, which is an additional $12. For the money, this is a very
enjoyable round. 


HOLE: NO. 9, PAR 4

Yardage/handicap: Back Tees 388/3,
Forward Tees 379/3


 Description: This par 4 presents a difficult dogleg to the right and a large tree that blocks access to the left side of the hole. The hole is one of the longest on the 5,609-yard course and is ranked the No. 3 handicap hole. From the tee box there are trees all along the left and right of the hole. There is also out-of-bounds left as the driving range parallels the hole. At the dogleg the hole goes uphill and narrows slightly. The green has no bunkers but is two-tiered and is carved into the hill, presenting a tricky shot if the ball goes past the hole. The green slopes from back to front. How to play it: Bob Conway, starter at Meadowlark Golf Course, said the hole yields few birdies. "It's a tough, long uphill par 4," Conway said. "I think it is the hardest hole on the course, especially now that the tree has really grown the last couple of years. When the flag is on the left side of the hole it really is tough to get it near the pin with the tree. From the tee you have to really keep your drive in the fairway. If you are going to miss it anywhere, miss it to the right. If you get in the trees on the left you are looking at bogey easy. You want to have an easy, high shot into the green for your second shot, but don't go long. The hole slopes downward, and if you go long it is tough shot coming back."