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The 18-hole "Bethel Island" course at the The Bethel Island Golf Club facility in Bethel Island, California features 6,592 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 71.2 and it has a slope rating of 118. Designed by Bob E. Baldock, the Bethel Island golf course opened in 1966.
Set against the foothills of Mt. Diablo, Boundary Oak Golf Course is one of the most beautiful spots in San Francisco's East Bay as well as one of the top rated public golf courses in California.
The Jack Clark Golf Course was originally designed by William Francis Bell in 1957. It was partially redesigned by Robert Muir Graves in 1977. This European, links style course features rolling windswept fairways, sandy waste areas, pot bunkers, and large true greens.
This course has a very famous grandfather. Alister Mackenzie is the architect of the original nine holes, which is now the back nine of this regulation layout. Robert Muir Graves designed the new front nine, which was added in 1991. The design climaxes with difficult closing holes, including #16, a 398-yard, par 4, requiring an exact, downhill tee shot to a very narrow fairway between trees. The greens were very small on the original holes, but have been enlarged for practical reasons. The cours
Designed by award - winning architect Denis Griffiths, this tournament - style course has been rated as one of the top Northern California courses by "Golf Today". This 18 - hole, par 72 Championship Course incorporates the dramatic elevation changes and natural contours of the scenic terrain that surrounds it.
During your round at Dublin Ranch, you will need to use all of your clubs as you navigate two long par 5's, five par 4's, and eleven par 3's that range in length from 143 yards to 224 yards. A variety of hole designs, green shapes, tee placements, and elevation changes provide a fun and interesting challenge for all golfers.
This course was built on rolling hills, so uneven lies in the fairways are commonplace. In addition, a canyon must be crossed on six different occasions. This course rewards accurate shots. There is enough variety of terrain to challenge the most experienced golfer. The signature hole is #7, a 528-yard, par 5, requiring an approach shot to a green which is guarded by a large oak tree, any shot hit into the rough prior to the approach shot won't have a chance at getting by the tree.
The 9-hole "Fremont Park" course at the Fremont Park Golf Course facility in Fremont, California features all the hallmarks of California golf for a par of 29. Designed by Perry Dye, ASGCA, the Fremont Park golf course opened in 1989. Blake Calabrese manages the course as the General Manager.
The course, which dates from 1923, measures nearly 6,000 yards over its par-72 layout. The finishing hole, an astonishing par-6 downhill beauty of 673 yards, can roll your ball right up to a double eagle with the help of a straight shot and dry weather. On No. 15, panoramic views await you of the Bay Bridge, downtown San Francisco and downtown Oakland. This gem of a public course is not to be missed.
Lone Tree golf course, located about an hour east of San Francisco, is the perfect golf course for all skill levels. The huge, tree lined fairways and graciously placed bunkers make this course a one of kind. Minimal doglegs and zero water hazards provide the ideal play for the long ball hitters. This classic rolling hill design provides excellent definition between the fairways and rough.
As would a classic links, Metropolitan has a spacious and open feel, with a canopy of sky and long views to the Oakland Hills, the Bay, downtown Oakland, and San Francisco bracketing the horizon. Light winds off the Bay will often be a factor in the strategy and shot selection of the savvy player.
The Monarch Bay Golf Club is located adjacent to the San Leandro Marina. It is a place where phones don't ring, traffic is no bother and deadlines seem unimportant. Set on the coast of the San Francisco Bay, this scenic Scottish links-style course offers sanctuary from the outside world.
With three par-four holes, the course is 1700 yards of fun, offering an enjoyable challenge to experienced players without overwhelming those with fewer rounds under their spikes. The course also features a warm-up range with grass tees.
Roddy Ranch is the Bay Area's most talked about new course. Dubbed "the finest golf course that's opened in the Bay Area in years" by the San Francisco Chronicle, Roddy Ranch is set near the Sacramento River Delta town of Antioch. Views include nearby Mt. Diablo and even the Sierra Nevada in clear weather. Carved from a 2000-acre working cattle ranch, the course's 235 acres offer a true links-style layout over a canvas of an exquisite landscape.
The 18-hole "San Ramon Royal Vista" course at the San Ramon Golf Club facility in San Ramon, California features 6,451 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 71.1 and it has a slope rating of 122. San Ramon Royal Vista golf course opened in 1946.
Stretching to 6,710 yards from the back tees, the golf course features dramatic elevation change, native grasses that outline each hole, natural boulder outcroppings, and sharply sculpted bunkers.
This well-maintained course features very large greens. There are many trees lining the fairways, and a lake comes into play. Tee time reservations can be made eight days in advance by calling their automated, 24-hour system at (510) 888-0106. The 6,171-yard ladies' tee also has a men's course rating of 69.3 and a slope of 113.
The 18-hole "Tilden Park" course at the Tilden Park Golf Course facility in Berkeley, California features 6,294 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 70.6 and it has a slope rating of 123 on Blue grass. Designed by William P. Bell, ASGCA/(R) Robert Muir Graves, ASGCA, the Tilden Park golf course opened in 1937.

 

 
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