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Bay Area Golf Courses

Bay Area Golf Courses
Includes San Francisco, Oakland, San Mateo, Hollister, San Jose, and Gilroy

No trip to the Bay area would be complete without a trip to the Presidio National Park. The Presidio Golf Course is managed by the Arnold Palmer Golf Management firm. Located in San Francisco, it was the site of many presidential games stretching back to Theodore Roosevelt’s time, but still provides a challenging game of golf.

A newer “old’’ course is Poplar Creek, originally opened in 1933 as San Mateo Municipal Course. It closed in 1999,and re-opened in 2000 with its new name and design. North of San Francisco is wine country.

You can enjoy golf and visit an area winery at Diablo Grande Winery and Resort. Franklin Canyon offers a interesting course lined with old growth oaks and gum trees and several ponds sure to challenge your game.

Shadow Lakes Golf Club offers more of a links-style course with native grasses and rolling terrain.

To the east you might want to play at Lake Chabot Municipal Course. There is a 9-hole, and a championship length course. Founded in 1923, it has mature growth and spectacular views, which can be very tricky when played. Also, be forewarned that you may see wildlife found only in the forest which may add to the challenge!

Metropolitan Links is a Johnny Miller “American links” style guaranteed to be open even in inclement weather!

You can head down 101 to the San Juan Oaks Club, rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest. It is a Fred Couples design known for it’s quiet splendor.

Or, you can glimpse both San Francisco and San Jose from the # 10 hole at The Ranch Golf Club, known for it’s rolling hills and spectacular views.

No matter what your skill level is you’ll enjoy Eagle Ridge Golf Club. It provides the opportunity to play a top course and match your skill level on any of the six tee boxes..


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