Coyote Hills Golf Course is in Fullerton. Coyote Hills, which boasts unmatched views, a challenging course designed by the late, great Payne Stewart (there's a statue of him out front) and one of the most picturesque holes in all of Orange County: the par-4, 403-yard seventh, with a tee box that represents the highest point in Fullerton. It is said that on a clear day, the "Hollywood" sign is visible from this perch. If you're a slicer or a hooker, you'll find yourself with less time to drink that in than you will looking for your lost balls, as accuracy is required off the tees. Speaking of tees, the par-70 layout has five sets of them, playing 6,510 yards from the tips. After your good walk is spoiled—actually, it's more likely you'll be riding in one of the carts with a full-color GPS device—you'll be greeted by the same friendly staff who will make you feel good about having previously handed them a Benjamin. They'll be the ones politely pointing you to the 19th hole, where you can drown your sorrows while marveling at the view.