Course Review: Oakmont Country Club

When most people hear the name Oakmont Country Club, they immediately think of the famous major-host course in Western Pennsylvania. Some Northern Californians may even think of Oakmont Golf Club up in Santa Rosa. However, Southern California has its own Oakmont Country Club, located in the hills of Glendale. It was established in 1922. It’s... Continue Reading →

A Mad Dash to Mesquite

This weekend, a friend and I made what has become an annual trip to Southern Nevada. Normally, we just stay around Vegas for 2-3 days, but we decided to venture a bit further this year. That was partly for me, since there’s only one public course in Vegas that I have left to play and... Continue Reading →

Disappointment in the Delta

The last day of my recent Bay Area trip took me to the northeast part of the Bay Area. Perhaps it’s better known as the Sacramento Delta region, where the bay transitions into the rivers and sloughs near Stockton and Sacramento.I had only been to this area once before, and one of those course (Roddy... Continue Reading →

Course Review: Lake Merced Golf Club

Monday’s round at Lake Merced Golf Club was the main reason for this most recent little trip to the Bay Area. It’s one I’ve been looking forward to for awhile. The NCGA has outings here every year and it is always their most popular event. In recent years, they’ve done two outings each year and... Continue Reading →

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