14347 Snead Ct, Middletown, CA Phone: 707-928-9992
Adams Springs Golf Course is located on breath-taking Cobb Mountain in beautiful Lake County. At 3,050 feet above sea level, this mountain course has 5,280 yards of challenging, exciting play. This Golf Course is a Jack Fleming-designed course boasting five par fours and one par five. This nine-hole layout has separate tee positions that allow a different shot and feel for each of the back nine holes. Par for the course is 68 and the slope is 117. Adams Springs hosts many tournaments throughout the year, including the Lake County Amateur. So tee it high and let it fly and remember — have fun, it's just a game.
1340 19th Hole Dr, Windsor, CA Phone: 707-838-7888
Year-round 18-hole golf course with practice facilities & an upscale American eatery with a patio.
16451 Golf Rd, Cobb, CA
2855 Eastlake Dr, Kelseyville, CA Phone: 707-279-4863
Only two hours from the San Francisco Bay Area and five minutes from Konocti Harbor, Buckingham lies in the center of a recreational gold mine offering water sports, parks casino gaming and big name entertainment in addition to great golf.
19400 CA-116, Monte Rio, CA Phone: 707-865-1116
Northwood Golf Course combines the magic of the architecture of Dr. Alister MacKenzie (Augusta National, Pasatiempo, Cypress Point) set amidst towering Redwood trees. It's like nothing you have played before, and prompted Travelin' Joe Passov of Golf Magazine to place Northwood on his top-5 MacKenzie courses... in the world!
1240 MAYACAMA Club Dr, Santa Rosa, CA s Phone: 707-387-0449
Sebastopol, CA Phone: 707-823-9852
2025 Grant Street, Calistoga, CA Phone: 707-942-9966
A diamond in the rough, the Mount St. Helena Golf Course is located on the Napa County Fairgrounds in beautiful Calistoga, at the northern most end of the Napa Valley.
The nine-hole, par 34 rating is attractive to golfers of all ages and skill levels. It's ideal for the novice or younger player due to its length, flat layout, and open architecture, yet is challenging to the more advanced player because of its narrow tree-lined fairways and smaller greens that demand accuracy. Open 7 days a week, 7 AM to dusk
927 S Fitch Mountain Rd, Healdsburg, CA Phone: 707-433-4275
Located one mile from the Plaza in downtown Healdsburg, in the heart of Sonoma wine country, lies a unique golfing experience, Healdsburg Golf Club at Tayman Park, the area's oldest course, steeped in the history of Northern California and surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
Huge oak trees and sweeping views of Fitch Mountain and the stunning Dry Creek Valley will surround you as you play on a layout that famous designer Alister MacKenzie reportedly helped create. As you travel up and down our fairways, you'll love the tests and the challenges of the rolling terrain and our famous undulating greens.
Our course has experienced a dramatic renaissance in the past few years that has brought many new golfers here to enjoy a unique day of play. Our entry road has been rerouted and holes have been refurbished; our charming clubhouse has been renovated; great practice and learning facilities have been built, including an all-year-round, covered, three-tiered driving range. The improvements go on and on.
What hasn't changed, of course, is the chance to experience some of Northern California's most coveted views while playing golf or sipping a glass of wine on the patio from one our nine winery partners – who produce some of the finest wines in the area. One mile away is also the picture-perfect downtown of Healdsburg, a wonderful place to dine or shop, as well as a place to continue tasting some great wines.
Put it all together and you have a historic course in a remarkable setting, a golf club that can serve as the centerpiece of a relaxing day or even a weekend in the Wine Country. This is the perfect spot for your next outing or tournament and it can also be an excellent location for a wedding, rehearsal dinner, party or meeting for your business or association. Call soon to set up a tee time or pick a date for your event.
599 Park Blvd, Ukiah, CA Phone: 707-467-2832
The beauty of the land and the great traditions of golf come together at Ukiah Valley Golf Course in a way that you may never have experienced. The sloping terrain and majestic hills of the surrounding area lend themselves perfectly to a challenging round of golf. There is no better golf course to learn the game or to test your skills.
Ukiah Valley Golf Course has stood for many years as a shining example of some of the best public golf facilities in Northern California. Since 1931 our course has played host to countless rounds of golf and numerous tournaments and outings. We invite you to enjoy a bit of that legacy of Ukiah.
Membership to our golf course is perhaps the best way to ensure you can enjoy its charms throughout the year. At Ukiah Valley Golf Course, we offer a number of membership options that are both fun and affordable for the entire family. Contact us today for more information about membership, player development programs, and our other services.
333 Country Club Dr, Santa Rosa, CA Phone: 707-546-3485
Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club was originally founded in 1916 on the east side of Santa Rosa by a group of local golfers with the shared vision for a great golf experience. In 1959, the Club was relocated to its present day location and Jack Fleming, a protégé of Alistair Mackenzie, was retained to design the outstanding layout. In 1997, the course was renovated and restored by the Nickels Golf Group.
The 18-hole par 72 course at the Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club is 6,712 yards from the championship tees. The beautiful parkland golf course is walkable and is designed to be enjoyed by players of all levels of skill, age and experience. The extensive golf practice facility includes a driving range, two putting/chipping greens, as well as a 100 yard practice hole complete with bunkers. There are PGA professionals on hand for lessons.
17700 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, CA Phone: 707-938-4250
Over 85 years ago, the Sonoma Golf Club was first designed and built. Measuring in at over 7,100 yards, the challenging course has withstood all tests of time and continues to surpass expectations. Described as “fair but formidable,” the course has a natural beauty and natural layout unique to courses from the Golden Age of golf course design. With great diversity and gorgeous Wine Country scenery, the Sonoma Golf Club will have you coming back again and again