Originally built as a nine-hole par-36 track in 1952, Goat Hill was reimagined in the early 1990s as an 18-hole short course and was loved by locals. In the early 2000s, Goat Hill struggled under mismanagement and was revived in 2014 by local residents John Ashworth, David Emerick and Geoff Cunningham. Since then, it’s quickly becoming known as a go-to spot in Southern California for fun, challenging golf, recreation and socializing. It’s a par-65, 4,454-yard layout that features 9 par 4s, eight par 3s and one par 5. Most of these holes roll up and down hills and offer beautiful water views.