Lagoon Valley

Vacaville, California     1 course · 27 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Jack W › October 29, 2010
$3 for parking, dogs are allowed on-leash. The course is pretty well laid-out once you find where it starts (in the middle of the park). I wouldn't bother playing the lettered holes; just play they 18 holes.
-  +0 votes  + Rusty Chains › April 3, 2014
Great course, great layout...even with the water hazards. Long, short, up, down, top of the's got everything you could ask for. A few people hang out there and will fish out your disc in the pond. They will even call you to give you a chance to get it back before selling it. Looking forward to playing this one again. Worth the $3 entry fee to the park.
-  +0 votes  + Mark B › April 18, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Chris OX Brown › June 5, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Joshua Chambers › August 5, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Dale Lackner › September 9, 2014
Always enjoy the challenge of this course, the wind makes easy putts and drives a challenge too. I've met the nicest Goonies out at Lagoon
-  +0 votes  + Gary N › March 21, 2015
I was looking forward to playing this course for a long time, and I finally got to play it on 3/18/2015. My brothers and I were somewhat disappointed. The course was really kind of unkempt. The grass and vegetation was too long, even on some of the fairways. Some of the holes were marked incorrectly, (Hole 11 seemed to be marked as 13, etc.). We couldn't find Hole 17 until we started driving home, so we ended up playing holes 25, 26, and 27 instead. We felt that the course was a little dif ...
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-  +0 votes  + Dominic B › July 28, 2015
My local course. I love the variety here. Make sure to take a photo of the map near Hole 1, as the course can be a little confusing at times The Front 9 are a good mix of technical shots, especially the water hazard holes (4-7). There are a bunch of trees to dodge on 1-3, and 8-9, but you can play them strategically. The middle 9 is really spread out, and works best if you play both it and the back 9. #12 has a double mando down an alley of trees, and there are a few long range holes in t ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jordan moirano › October 15, 2015