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  • Central Coast of California

    Between the bustling metropolises of Los Angeles and San Francisco runs an unparalleled stretch of American beauty that is the Central Coast of California. State Route 1 along the Pacific has long been aptly numbered in inspirational value for painters, writers, vacationers, and, of course, golfers.

    14533 Oaks/Canyon at Blacklake Golf Resort

    Blacklake Golf Resort boasts 27 holes of championship golf that are divided into three nines called the Oaks, Canyons, and Lakes. The nines can be played in three different 18-hole combinations. The Oaks/Canyons Course is the toughest of the three.

    … more »14537 Hunter Ranch Golf Course

    The 18-hole Hunter Ranch Golf Course in Paso Robles, CA is a public golf course that opened in 1994. Designed by Kenneth Hunter and Mike McGinnis, Hunter Ranch Golf Course measures 6741 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 138 and a 72.

    … more »14520 Avila Beach Golf Resort

    Avila Beach Golf Resort is located right along the bay, giving it a scenic setting that has made it the most well known of the Central Coast golf courses. The layout offers plenty of variety with a hilly front nine that features small, often elevated, greens that are surrounded by oak-lined valleys and a back nine that that is routed across a tidal estuary.

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  • Sacramento & Gold Country

    The year 1849 and the California Golf Rush are long gone, but “Gold Country” is still an attractive region of the state. Also nicknamed the “Mother Lode” region, it includes the capital city of Sacramento to the west and the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, which head into Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park to the east in Mariposa County, the state’s largest.

    20 Morgan Creek Country Club

    The 18-hole Morgan Creek Country Club in Roseville, CA is a private golf course that opened in 2003. Designed by Kyle Phillips, Morgan Creek Country Club measures 7303 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 138 and a 75.

    … more »21874 Hillside/Diablo at Brentwood Golf Club

    The 18-hole Hillside/Diablo at Brentwood Golf Club in Brentwood, CA is a public golf course that opened in 1994. Hillside/Diablo at Brentwood Golf Club measures 6487 yards from the longest tees. The course features 4 sets of tees for different skill levels. Greens and fairways are rye grass.

    … more »2687 Bay View Golf Club

    The 18-hole Bay View Golf Club (formerly known as Summitpointe Golf Club) in Milpitas, CA is a public golf course that opened in 1968. Bay View Golf Club measures 6331 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 133 and a 71.

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  • Shasta Cascade

    For travelers and outdoor enthusiasts looking to escape the crowds, there’s no better area than the Shasta Cascade region of northern California. Located in the shadows of Mount Shasta and the Cascade Mountains, this eight-county area, which makes up one-fifth of the state of California, is much the way it was centuries ago, albeit with a few more towns and a few peaceful golf courses sprinkled into the mix.

    195 Mount Shasta Resort

    The 18-hole Mount Shasta Resort in Mount Shasta, CA is a resort golf course that opened in 1993. Designed by Jim Sommers and Sandy Tatum, Mount Shasta Resort measures 6065 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 121 and a 68.

    … more »3971 Lake Redding Golf Course

    The 9-hole Lake Redding Golf Course in Redding, CA is a public golf course that opened in 1959. Lake Redding Golf Course measures 3685 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 87 and a 58.9 USGA rating.

    … more »3969 Churn Creek Golf Course

    The 9-hole Churn Creek Golf Course in Redding, CA is a public golf course that opened in 1977. Churn Creek Golf Course measures 6299 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 123 and a 70.3 USGA rating. The course features 3 sets of tees for different skill levels.

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  • Orange County

    Although Orange County might be best known as the original home of Mickey Mouse, the area anchored by Disneyland offers plenty of other entertainment options for travelers, including scores of diverse golf courses, both on the coast and inland.

    162 Meadowlark Golf Club

    Meadowlark Golf Club in Huntington Beach is a player-friendly layout that is a popular choice amongst locals. Like most classically designed layouts, the course is short and tight but that also makes it easily walkable. The pin placements on the greens can be tricky and there are also some challenging water hazards that come into play on several holes.

    … more »2684 David L. Baker Golf Course

    The David L. Baker Golf Course is an affordable public course located in Fountain Valley. It has an approachable layout that is versatile enough to appeal to a range of different skill levels. No two holes are alike but all of the greens and fairways share the same excellent conditions.

    … more »15529 Monarch Beach Golf Links

    Playing at Monarch Beach Golf Links will bring to mind the great traditions of Scottish links golf. The seaside course offers sweeping views of the oceanfront as well as a challenging and diverse layout. The course is on the shorter side but it is an excellent place to work on your iron game

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  • Palm Springs

    Desert hotbed Palm Springs anchors the Coachella Valley, a region home to a collection of cities with a wealth of golf communities. The valley is a favorite spot for seasonal residents and retirees, especially those after sunny winters on golf courses in prime, lush and green condition. Between January and April, few spots on earth are better for desert golf!

    16446 Greg Norman Course at PGA West

    The Shark’s turned in what’s widely regarded as the second-toughest course at PGA West – Greg Norman Course in La Quinta. No small feat considering the developers of the neighboring TPC Stadium ordered Pete Dye to make it, “the hardest damn golf course in the world.”

    … more »14934 Stadium Course at PGA West

    This is the monster of all monsters, the one that carries so many folktales of golfer terror with it that it should qualify as its own myth. The developers asked Pete Dye to make this “the toughest golf course in the world” and many argue he succeeded. Too well.
    The Stadium Course at PGA West in La Quinta is one of those tracks that any self-respecting golf nut has to play once. Just to experience it.

    … more »15444 Cathedral Canyon Golf Club

    The 18-hole Cathedral Canyon Country Club in Cathedral City, CA is a resort golf course that opened in 1975. Designed by David Rainville, Cathedral Canyon Country Club measures 6672 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 132 and a 72.

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  • Inland Empire

    Composed of the Ontario, Riverside and San Bernardino areas, the Inland Empire is the fifth largest urban area in the state of California and quickly becoming one of the most diverse. Although it holds onto to its agricultural roots, which includes the Temecula Wine Region, the area is growing in terms of cultural arts, sports and recreation, including golf.

    15295 Redhawk Golf Course

    Redhawk Golf Club is one of California’s 10 best public courses. Located on the outskirts of San Diego in Temecula, the course is home to one of the southern California’s only island greens. The layout is challenging no matter what your skill level but it is still immensely enjoyable.

    … more »2697 Upland Hills Country Club

    The 18-hole Upland Hills Country Club in Upland, CA is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1983. Designed by David Rainville, Upland Hills Country Club measures 5504 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 118 and a 66.

    … more »21826 Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon – Champions Course

    Situated amongst the foothills of the San Gorgonio and San Jacinto Mountains, Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon boasts 36 holes of scenic championship golf. The two courses, the Champions and the Legends, are some of the area’s most popular. The older Champions Course is host to the PGA Tour Q-School and it is a Nationwide Tour Qualifier.

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  • Lake Tahoe and the High Sierra

    Northern California’s High Sierra makes for some of the world’s most spectacular natural mountain wonders. It’s home to Yosemite National Park, home to mighty waterfalls and marvelous glacial rock formations. To the north, sparkling Lake Tahoe sits at an elevation of over 6,000 feet and provides one of the West’s great winter and summer escapes, home to skiing in the winter, and boating, mountain climbing and plenty of golf in the warmer months.

    155 Nakoma Golf Resort – The Dragon

    The 18-hole Nakoma Golf Resort in Clio, CA is a public golf course that opened in 1998. Designed by Robin Nelson, Nakoma Golf Resort measures 6791 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 139 and a 72 USGA rating. The course features 7 sets of tees for different skill levels.

    … more »153 Plumas Pines Golf Resort

    Plumas Pines Golf Resort is tucked away amid the mature pine trees of the Plumas National Forest at the middle fork of the Feather River. There are more than 60 lakes interspersed throughout beautiful forested landscape and through the treetops you’ll catch glimpses of the stunning mountains that surround the resort.

    … more »4056 Tahoe Paradise Golf Course

    The 18-hole Tahoe Paradise Golf Course in South Lake Tahoe, CA is a public golf course that opened in 1960. Designed by Fred R. Blanchard, Tahoe Paradise Golf Course measures 4034 yards from the longest tees. The course features 2 sets of tees for different skill levels.

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  • Napa/Sonoma

    From wine tasting to redwoods to quaint small towns bursting with arts, shopping and history, the North Coast of California may be the most relaxing region in the state. Here, you can explore the famous Sonoma vineyards, drive a car through a giant Redwood or experience the best of outdoor activities, including hiking, kayaking, river rafting, mountain biking and, of course, golf.

    15345 Eagle Vines Vineyards & Golf Club

    Nestled in the foothills of Napa Valley, Eagle Vines Vineyards & Golf Club is bordered by endless rows of grapes. Unlike many other vineyard courses that sell their grapes, Eagle Vines produces their own wines. Surrounding the vineyards is a landscape of 200-year-old oak trees and lush, grassy meadows, an ideal setting for golf.

    … more »1834 Chardonnay Golf Club

    Sitting at the gateway to Napa Valley, Chardonnay Golf Club wanders through 150 acres of Chardonnay and Merlot vineyards. Native trees, vast lakes, and meandering creeks make up the beautiful landscape, which is naturally home to an abundance of wildlife.

    … more »44 Peacock Gap Golf Club

    Peacock Gap Golf Club extends along the shores of San Pablo Bay, but it sits inland enough to avoid the fogginess of the coast and enjoy consistently sunny weather throughout the year. The course’s layout has undergone many renovations over the years that have brought it to its current playability

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  • San Francisco

    San Francisco is a favorite destination for travelers all over the world, thanks to a strong mix of cultures, unique attractions and mild weather year round. It’s easy to stay busy on a San Francisco vacation, from riding cable cars throughout the city to exploring one of the many unique neighborhoods, each with its own appeal.

    59 Paradise Valley Golf Course

    Paradise Valley Golf Course was voted the top course in Solano County and it is considered one of the best values in the North Bay area. Mature oaks line the fairways and meandering creeks wander across the course, coming into play on nine holes.

    … more »15345 Eagle Vines Vineyards & Golf Club

    Nestled in the foothills of Napa Valley, Eagle Vines Vineyards & Golf Club is bordered by endless rows of grapes. Unlike many other vineyard courses that sell their grapes, Eagle Vines produces their own wines. Surrounding the vineyards is a landscape of 200-year-old oak trees and lush, grassy meadows, an ideal setting for golf.

    … more »15806 Zinfandel/Merlot at Poppy Ridge Golf Course

    The 18-hole Zinfandel/Merlot at Poppy Ridge Golf Course in Livermore, CA is a public golf course that opened in 1996. Designed by Rees Jones and Steve Weisser, Zinfandel/Merlot at Poppy Ridge Golf Course measures 7128 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 137 and a 74.

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  • Central Valley

    California’s Central Valley stretches over 450 miles through the center of the state and parallels the Pacific Ocean. Also called the “Sacramento Valley,” it encompasses such towns as Bakersfield to the south, past Sacramento and Fresno to Stockton at the northern end.

    15220 Spring Valley Golf Course

    The 18-hole Spring Valley Golf Course in Milpitas, CA is a public golf course that opened in 1960. Designed by Ray Anerson, Spring Valley Golf Course measures 6009 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 113 and a 68.

    … more »2687 Bay View Golf Club

    The 18-hole Bay View Golf Club (formerly known as Summitpointe Golf Club) in Milpitas, CA is a public golf course that opened in 1968. Bay View Golf Club measures 6331 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 133 and a 71.

    … more »14531 Wente Vineyards Golf Course

    Located less than an hour east of San Francisco, the Course at Wente Vineyards sprawls across the lush, rolling hills of Livermore Valley. Greg Norman carefully crafted the golf course, creating one of northern California’s most challenging layouts. The course incorporates three different landscapes: woodlands, grassy meadows, and mature vineyards.

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