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 →

From the Shoreline to the Stadium

I ended up playing seven new courses on my recent trip up to the Silicon Valley/San Jose area. Three of them were short tracks (Sunken Gardens, Pruneridge and Rancho del Pueblo) and I reviewed those already in my latest Short Course Blitz. The two marquee rounds on Saturday and Sunday afternoons were at high-end private/resort... Continue Reading →

Short Course Blitz: Silicon Valley

I just got back from another 3-day trip up to Northern California. Normally, I bounce around a lot between the different regions up there, but this time the whole trip was centered around the South Bay/San Jose/Silicon Valley/Santa Clara County area (or whatever you prefer to call it). Let's start the reviews off with a... Continue Reading →

Golfin’ on the Dock of Bay

I recently took another 3-day trip to the Bay Area, centered around an NCGA outing at historic Lake Merced Golf Club on Monday. A friend and I drove up together on Sunday morning and we were able to squeeze in plenty of golf before and after that round Monday—despite some limited daylight thanks to the... Continue Reading →

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