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Tustin Ranch shines in Orange County sun

by Staff April 1, 2014

Tustin Ranch Golf Club prides itself on being a public golf course with a private feel. A Ted Robinson-designed layout that weaves through a housing community, Tustin Ranch is located just minutes off of Interstate 5 between the 55 and 261 freeways. Most of the homes are out of harm’s way, however, and Robinson’s trademark [...]

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Predator Ridge: The Best of British Columbia

by Mark Spinn April 1, 2014

Predator Ridge offers world-class golf, wine and lodging Click HERE for a special “Stay & Play” package exclusively from California Golf & Travel. Predator Ridge puts itself on glorious display from the moment you drive up the winding road leading to what many consider Canada’s finest golf resort. Built on a series of gracefully rolling [...]

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Poppy Hills: Reinvented & Rejuvenated

by Staff March 21, 2014

Poppy Hills reinvents itself in spectacular fashion Poppy Hills Golf Course co-hosted the PGA Tour’s AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am from 1991 through 2009, as well as the Spalding Pebble Beach Invitational (1989-1991) and 1991 NCAA Men’s Championships. But when the Northern California Golf Association realized it needed to overhaul the irrigation and drainage at its [...]

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Gorgeous Gilroy: Eagle Ridge

by Conner Penfold January 3, 2014

Oak-studded course stands as Silicon Valley’s premier public club You say Gilroy, I say garlic. But the hundreds of golfers who play Eagle Ridge Golf Club every day might say otherwise. Though the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival happens down the street, the club’s 7,005-yard course attracts the golfer’s attention in the Santa Clara Valley. Set [...]

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Inside the Gates: The Bridges

by Staff December 14, 2013

Bunker renovation project enhances golf experience for all players Located only 30 miles east of downtown San Francisco, The Bridges Golf Club in San Ramon is a course players of all abilities should add to their Bay Area rotation. The Bridges, a semi-private facility, was designed by Robert Muir Graves and Damian Pascuzzo and debuted [...]

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Westridge Golf Club: Rising above Orange County

by Mark Spinn December 11, 2013

Often mistaken for a private club, the public facility in La Habra offers great value After driving through the entry gates and seeing all the amenities Westridge Golf Club offers, first time visitors to the impressive layout in La Habra frequently ask Head Professional Jamie McCance the same question. “About 15 times a day, someone [...]

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Stevinson Ranch Plays On

by Mark Spinn September 8, 2013

The golf at beautiful Stevinson Ranch Golf Club continues after clubhouse blaze. Out on the course at Stevinson Ranch Golf Club, there’s absolutely no sign of the fire that destroyed the facility’s clubhouse on July 25. Now, almost nine months later, play continues as normal on the immaculate greens and fairways, and there’s still a [...]

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A Perfect Blend of Nature and Golf

by Mark Spinn May 10, 2013

The Crossings at Carlsbad utilizes the natural beauty while providing a challenging golf course that will keep players coming back for more … Settled in the heart of Northern San Diego County, The Crossings at Carlsbad is a nationally recognized, award-winning golf course known for its’ remarkable scenery and perfect weather. Named for the five [...]

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California’s Island Paradise

by Mark Spinn May 10, 2013

  Catalina Island Golf Course is California’s oldest golf course and exudes the charm of the relaxing getaway. It is a golf course as relaxed and unassuming as the regular golfers that play it, though welcoming to outsiders who are willing to make the unorthodox trek. Catalina Island Golf Course is the oldest golf course [...]

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The Golf Club of California: Stunning views and a premium on shotmaking

by Staff January 1, 2013

  The beauty of The Golf Club of California is as remarkable as Bubba Watson’s bending approach shot from the trees that helped him win the Masters. So came our initial thought after playing a few holes of a course that skitters across arroyos, meanders by ancient sycamores and oaks, and frames soul-stirring vistas of [...]

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