The First Tea of Greater Sacramento. Situated in William Land Park in the heart of downtown Sacramento, this refurbished 9-hole course is truly a memorable golf experience. Nicknamed the "Cradle of Golf" in Sacramento, LPGC opened for play in 1924, making it the city's oldest golf course. In 1998, SAY Golf (now The First Tee of Greater Sacramento) took over the operation of the course and has since upgraded various holes and facilities to make it one of the premier 9-hole courses in the region. This venue is perfect for those interested in a peaceful round of golf in a beautiful park setting. We can also accommodate private tournaments and corporate outings, with the availability of our new Swanson's Grove BBQ area. Mulligans Café offers a diverse breakfast and lunch menu, and can cater your event. For more information on tournaments and outings, please call (916) 277-1207.
1701 Sutterville Road, Sacramento, CA 95822-1261 (916) 277-1207
Wildhawlk Golf Course Located in south Sacramento, WildHawk has a high desert look entirely new to the area. The country setting is accented by natural looking landscaping and scenic water features including a waterfall. The course also features an excellent drainage system - making the course easily playable during the rainy season. For more information on WildHawk, tournaments, events or to make a reservation please call (916) 688-4653.
If the century-old heritage oaks at The Haggin Oaks Golf Complex could talk, they'd tell remarkable tales of players who have become household names in the golf world and once teed it up at this Alister MacKenzie masterpiece - names like Sam Snead, Jimmy Demaret, Toney Penna, Walter Hagen, Al Geiberger, & George Archer.
Haggin Oaks is the track where the legendary Ben Hogan won his first professional check--$350.00 for third place-- in the 1938 Sacramento Open. Gene Sarazen, The Squire himself played here in the 1935 Sacramento Open, finishing eighth and taking home $72.00 for his efforts. Since its inception in 1932, Haggin Oaks has played host to dozens of PGA professionals.
3645 Fulton Ave • Sacramento, CA 95821 • 916 481-GOLF
Nestled along fairways lined with majestic oak trees stands one of Sacramento's most beloved golf facilities – the Bing Maloney Golf Complex.
This is a historic golf club, including both an 18-hole course, built in 1952, and a 9-hole course, built in the 1980s, both part of the City of Sacramento's outstanding family of courses.
6801 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento, CA. 95822 PH 916-808-2283
The youngest in the City of Sacramento's family of great golf courses is Bartley Cavanaugh, with a layout created by Perry Dye, a member of the renowned golf design family that has created famous courses throughout the world.
8301 Freeport Boulevard • Sacramento, CA 95832 • PH 916-808-2020Campus Commons Golf Course
2 Cadillac Dr, Sacramento, CA 95825 Phone: (916) 922-5861
2245 Orchard Ln, Sacramento, CA 95833 Phone: (916) 920-4680
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We are proud to be members of Golf Tourism Scotland (GTS) and the Scottish Incoming Golf Tour Operators Association (SIGTOA) , working to the highest standards of customer care.