A popular public venue in Southern California, Camarillo Springs Golf Course is a challenging and fun layout that's sure to satiny every level of golfer. Designed by Ted Robinson and opened in 1971, the par-72 layout plays 6,921 yards from the back tees, but there are four other sets, starting at 4,297 yards to fit all skill levels. Located along the 101 Freeway, the course has a nice variety of holes, with water on more than half of them. The course also features great mountain views, rolling fairways and great weather most of the time. The first hole is actually the no. 1 handicap hole. The 400-yard hole is a sight dogleg left with a few obstacles to avoid along the way, like palm trees and a wash. The finishing stretch is particularly interesting. The 16th a short, dogleg right par-5 that plays over water, making it a great risk-reward hole. The par-4 17th plays almost 400 yards and tee shots short and right could find the water. The par-4 18th has water that comes into play on the entire left side of the hole, so it can be daunting. In addition to the course, Camarillo Springs offers a driving range, short-game area and practice putting green. The teaching staff at the facility's golf academy offers lessons for everyone from juniors to adults. Inside the clubhouse is a well-stocked golf shop. And Camarillo Springs also has a restaurant and bar, offering snacks, sandwiches and drinks.