Overtime in Olympic Valley

The original plan for this last Northern California trip had Gray's Crossing and Old Greenwood as my final two rounds on Tuesday before a long drive home. However, you may have noticed that a couple rounds got played earlier than anticipated along the way and that left only Old Greenwood to play that morning. Ultimately,... Continue Reading →

Keep on Truckee-in’

The main goal for my most recent trip to Northern California was to knock out all of the "Lost Sierra" region, which is basically all the courses in Plumas County (11 courses total) and also Diamond Mountain as the lone Lassen County representative. With the long summer days and, good planning and some fortunate circumstances,... Continue Reading →

Climbing the Mountains in Clio

It's no secret that I love mountain golf, which is why I had been looking forward to this trip for awhile. There are several courses in this Lost Sierra/Plumas County region that I've been dying to play for years, so it was rewarding to see it all come together in one whirlwind visit. I've been... Continue Reading →

Looking for Diamonds in the Rough

We're going to go a little out of order as I review the various courses from my most recent Northern California trip that took me all over the "Lost Sierra" and down into the Truckee/Tahoe area once again. I will pair up the course reviews geographically to make things easier. After staying the night in... Continue Reading →

Calaveras County’s Dynamic Duo

The final stop on my most recent Northern California trip was a visit out to Calaveras County. I actually thought I was taking care of the last two stragglers in this region, so that I could say I was fully done with the Sierra foothills east of Sacramento/Stockton/Fresno. Unfortunately, I learned just days after getting... Continue Reading →

Breaking the Seal on Tahoe

I just returned home from a whirlwind 6-day golf adventure. Needless to say, I have a lot of reviews to get caught up on and this will be the first of 10 articles that will come out of this one crazy road trip! I ended up playing 19 different courses (17 of them new to... Continue Reading →

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