Par Nine!! 9 Super Golf Spots in Northern California
Do you like to golf? Grab your beer, and dress the part and let’s check out some of the best 9 golf courses in Northern California.
1. Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, Calif. Arguably the most well-known golf course on the planet, surely one round at this beauty is high on any avid golfer’s wish-list.
2. Spyglass Hill Golf Course. With dramatic views on the Monterey Peninsula, this is another one that’s tough to beat in terms of pure beauty.
3. Cypress Point Club in Pebble Beach, Calif. It’s 15th, 16th and 17th holes are routinely rated as three of the best in the world. If anyone reading this can get on this course, please invite us and we’ll be your friends forever.
4. Half Moon Bay Ocean Course in Half Moon Bay, Calif. The whole course is special, but the last three holes will blow you away.
5. Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz. Alister MacKenzie — the same man who designed Cypress Point and Augusta National — called Pasatiempo his favorite layout. He also made his American home there, which still sits off the sixth fairway. Need we say more?
6. TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. This spectacular course has played host to the PGA Tour and the Presidents Cup.
7. Coyote Moon Golf Course in Truckee, Calif. Description from its website: “Coyote Moon Golf Course is one of the finest mountain golf experiences in the country. The course sits on 250 acres of secluded rolling hills amidst towering pines, enormous granite outcroppings, wildflowers and the beautiful Trout Creek. The vistas plus fresh mountain air equals near perfection. Without a single home to spoil the view, playing Coyote Moon offers an experience seldom found in golf today.”
8. Poppy Hills Golf Course in Pebble Beach, Calif. Poppy was a fixture for many years as one of the courses in the rotation for the Pebble Beach Pro-am.
9. Pacific Grove Golf Links in Pacific Grove, Calif. It’s been recognized by one publication as one of the, “Best Deals in Golf,” and by Golf Channel as one of Monterey Peninsula’s, “Top 5 Hidden Gems.”