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 →

Course Review: Virginia Country Club

Yesterday, I went and played Virginia Country Club in Long Beach, CA for the first time. This one has been on my wish list for a long time, but opportunities to access this private club are very few and far between. The few charity tournaments I have seen there have been ridiculously expensive. A friend... Continue Reading →

Central Valley Weekend, Day 1

This weekend, I made my way up to California’s Central Valley. It turned out to be a very interesting and fruitful trip. It all started when a friend (and fellow course collector) was able to set up a round at the private Sunnyside Country Club in Fresno on Saturday afternoon. I wasn’t too excited about... Continue Reading →

The “Other” Wickenburg Courses

I recently posted my reviews of the Wickenburg Ranch courses (Big Wick/Li’l Wick). That’s the new golf mecca in town. However, there are two older courses also located in Wickenburg. I had the opportunity to play them both on Saturday afternoon during a productive 63-hole day... Los Caballeros Golf Club • Wickenburg, AZ • 5/6/17... Continue Reading →

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