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Your Fall Conejo Valley Golf Guide

Posted on October 8, 2019 by Conejo Valley

Golfers, tee up! Whether you want to watch the pros, enjoy a day on the course, take golf lessons or spend leisure time on the driving range – Conejo Valley has it all.  Here is your fall golf guide:

Where to Watch the Pros

The PGA Tour Champions second round playoff event is returning to Conejo Valley Oct. 30 – Nov. 3 at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks. The highly-anticipated Invesco QQQ Championship is part of the Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs and features 54 of the best golfers to have ever played the game.

See the action up close and bring your best golf clap for your favorite players – for free! New this year, general admission into the event Nov. 1-3 is complimentary to the public. The IQQQ Championship makes a truly memorable outing whether you’re an expert golfer, a casual fan or a business traveler looking to entertain friends or clients.

THOUSAND OAKS, CA – OCTOBER 26: The Oaks Suite and the Shire Skybox on the eighteenth hole during the first round of the PGA TOUR Champions Invesco QQQ Championship at Sherwood Country Club on October 26, 2018 in Thousand Oaks, California. (Photo by Ben Jared/PGA TOUR)

Where to Golf

Thanks to a temperate climate, rolling hills and plenty of open space, Conejo Valley is a golfer’s paradise offering a number of private country clubs and public golf courses.

Moorpark Country Club is recognized as having one of the most pleasing course layouts in America. Get ready to enjoy 27-holes of championship golf that’s unparalleled!

Los Robles Greens is known for the giant oak trees that line its fairways and guard many of its undulating greens. The golf course offers multiple tees on each hole giving golfers of all ages and abilities an opportunity to enjoy this spectacular Conejo Valley golf gem.

Tierra Rejada Golf Club is all about giving visitors an outstanding golf experience in a beautiful setting. The par-72 championship golf course is perfect for all players and skill levels.

Where to Eat

Whether you’re taking in the PGA Tour Champions or hitting your own round of 18 at one of Conejo Valley’s premiere courses, a post-game meal will certainly be in order. Thankfully, you will have no shortage of options.

Try the Noodle & Cheese Bake at the Old Place or dine on delicious pizza and garlic cheese bread at The Original Pizza Cookery. With hundreds of options, the choices are endless!

The Park Restaurant

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