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The opening hole at Fullerton has a dramatic downhill elevation change with a creek on the left and out-of-bounds to the right. The approach shot is uphill with a bunker on the left-hand side of the green.
The tee shot is the most important shot on this hole, as there is only a narrow landing area with the creek on your left-hand side and out-of-bounds to the right. As golfers approach, 175 yards out, the fairway doglegs to the left. The small green is protected by a moderate uphill grade.
A great risk/reward hole. Golfers who can carry the ball 250 yards can clear the creek, leaving less than 100 yards to the green. Shorter hitters who lay-up will be left with about 160 yards to an elevated green that is protected by two bunkers and a hazard long and right. The third hole is the number one handicap hole on the course.
The longest par 3 on the course with out-of-bounds on the right-hand side. The hole plays longer than the yardage, as it is against the prevailing wind. A bunker in front of the green adds to this hole’s difficulty.
The back nine begins with a difficult tee shot off this par 4, as golfers need a 225-yard drive to carry a daunting ravine. Your second shot is to a small green protected by a bunker on the left and O.B. if you go long.
Located just north of Anaheim in Fullerton, California, Fullerton Golf Course is a shorter Anaheim public golf course at 5,159 yards, yet offers golfers an enjoyable challenge with dramatic doglegs and constant elevation changes as it follows alongside the beautiful Brea Creek. With narrow fairways and natural water hazards, accurate shots are rewarded while errant shots find quick trouble. Designed by William F. Bell, Fullerton prides itself in providing a great day of golf to its visitors, which includes a full-size driving range and two practice greens for warm-up before a round, plus a fully stocked Pro Shop and restaurant.