Course Review: Orinda Country Club

This last Northern California trip was a whirlwind three days with plenty of driving and a lot of golf during the longest days of the year. I have one more course to review, though, and I certainly saved the best for last. Orinda Country Club is something special in the East Bay Area. Like Marin... Continue Reading →

Course Review: Wilcox Oaks Golf Club

I already mentioned that I was a bit all over the place on this particular Northern California trip. That is nothing out of the ordinary for me. I was coordinating with some friends for the various private club rounds we played. Time and day limitations at certain clubs forced us to mix up our routing... Continue Reading →

Course Review: Marin Country Club

As I mentioned in my North Bay Short Course Blitz, this was a unique trip that was mainly centered around rounds at four different private clubs in Northern California. Everything else was just checklist filler and playing it by ear, which is why I ended up playing so many short courses along the way. The... Continue Reading →

Course Review: CordeValle Golf Club

The final stop on my recent trip up north was the most notable. Stanford was certainly a private club I really wanted to play someday, but CordeValle in San Martin represented a true bucket list course. This is a true resort course, though they also have a private membership. They offer stay and play packages... Continue Reading →

Course Review: Stanford Golf Course

One of the main reasons for my recent golf trip to the Silicon Valley was because I had a chance to play Stanford Golf Course. This is the university's course and it is considered a private club reserved for members, students and faculty/staff. Naturally, it is home to the Stanford University golf team (who can... Continue Reading →

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