The course features 3,022 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35. This course has 3 sets of tee boxes for a fun but challenging golfing experience. The course features chipping and practice greens, driving nets, pro shop, snack bar and a fabulous view.
The Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing is tucked away in a secluded area of the Sierra Nevada, offering plenty of tall Jeffrey pines and native wetlands for a scenic and challenging round. The mountainous terrain is covered in wildflowers and abundant with wildlife, earning its certification as an Audubon International Gold Signature Sanctuary. Golfers are also treated to panoramic views of Mt. Rose and the High Sierras. It’s not just beautiful though, this golf course is also a formidable test. There are elevation changes throughout, water hazards on three holes, and strategically placed bunkers. Although The Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing’s fairways are generous, they are bordered by thick native vegetation.
Schaffer’s Mill Golf & Lake Club is a private club designed by John Harbottle, however, the Club does offer unaccompanied guest play on Mondays throughout the season. The outward or “Meadow” nine ambles through firs, spruce and Ponderosas at the base of a ridge, while the inward “Mountain” nine showcases elevation changes of up to 400 feet, with magnificent 360° views of the Martis Valley, Lookout Mountain and the Carson Range. The par 71 course plays to over 7,000 yards and is considered by many as the finest golf course in the Tahoe and Truckee area.
Nestled in a scenic valley with protected wetlands, the Resort at Squaw Creek gives golfers an outstanding day on the links, combining challenging play with awe-inspiring scenery. Forced carries and tight fairways put accuracy at a premium at this course, which holds a mind-boggling slope rating of 146 from the back tees.
Golfers can truly experience High Sierra golf at its finest at Coyote Moon Golf Course in Truckee, not far from the busting town of Reno. Located more than 6,000 feet above sea level, Coyote Moon is a delight for the senses, as the well-maintained fairways lead to blissful, panoramic views.
This 18-hole, 7,002-yard par-72 championship golf course is located on 200 acres of pristine Sierra landscape with towering pines featuring stunning views and meandering creeks, granite rock formations, elevations changes and greens so consistently pure they have been recognized as the “Best Greens in the Tahoe Region.”
Northstar California Golf Course has a unique layout that was seamlessly integrated with the rugged, wooded terrain of Tahoe. The front nine plays through a scenic, rolling valley while the back nine plays through the towering pines of the forest. The first nine holes have a classic links layout and the back nine demands precision with its tree-lined fairways and small greens. Native vegetation and scenic water hazards are scattered throughout the golf course. Strategically placed sand bunkers add another challenging element. The signature hole at Northstar California Golf Course is the par-3 15th, which requires a shot over a creek to a small green.
Old Brockway golf course is a 9 hole course that sits on a beautiful Lake Tahoe front setting on the corner of 267. Designed by renowned Scottish architect John Duncan Dunn and being family owned and operated since 1978, you will enjoy more than 3400 yards of quality golfing experience, including two par 5 holes.
From humble waters to boastful peaks, the great American West is a place of synergy. At Edgewood Tahoe, our vision is informed by this inherent balance—and nowhere is it more apparent than on our acclaimed 18-hole course.
With the dramatic Sierra Buttes as the stunning backdrop and Frank Lloyd Wright inspired architectural design at every turn, the Nakoma Golf Resort in Plumas County, Calif. is a classic beauty in every respect.
Grizzly Ranch is well-known for its immaculate conditions and incredible layout (Golf Digest). Nestled between the high desert and the million acre Plumas National Forest, this Bob Cupp designed championship course stretches more than 7,400 yards from tips, yet it has five sets of tees to accommodate every level of player.
A classic Robert Trent Jones Sr. design. Completely renovated in 2003, this classic design golf course features distinctive design and the most beautiful views imaginable. Voted #10 in GolfAdvisor’s 2018 “Best Courses in Nevada” list and always at or near the top of their “Top Rated Courses in the Tahoe Area” list, the “Best in State” 2012 & 2013 list by Golf Digest magazine, “Best Courses to Play” in 2011 and “Best State-by-State Courses” in 2016 by Golfweek magazine, this course deserves your attention.
As you approach the Golf Resort at Plumas Pines, glimpses of green peak through the towering pine trees, hinting at what is to come.A 1980 Homer Flint designed golf course, Plumas Pines Golf Resort features 6,504 yards, par 72, a rating of 71.3 and has a slope of 132 from the blue tees.An 18-Hole Championship Golf Course, Plumas Pines Golf Resort offers golfers corporate and tournament packages, golf lessons and schools, a practice facility.
An amazing mountain layout with old growth trees and elevation changes, this 18-hole Incline Village golf course is fun and affordable. The Mountain Course is the highest elevation golf course in the State of Nevada and the Tahoe Basin. Tee times are usually not a problem so go ahead and give us a call or book online. You can play this par-58 Lake Tahoe golf course quickly and be back with the family to enjoy the rest of your day.
Tahoe City Golf Course is a family friendly 2700 yard 9 hole par 33 golf course that includes 1 par 5, 4 par 4’s , and 4 par 3’s. Golfers of all skill levels enjoy what we consider to be the best community golf course in Lake Tahoe. Amenities include a full service restaurant and bar, netted practice/warm up facility, golf carts, rentals, lessons, tournaments, special events, and a friendly welcoming that makes you feel part of the local community.
Looking for a fabulous golf course in the spectacular north Lake Tahoe region, far from the traffic and wait times of South Shore? With picture-postcard views from every tee, Nakoma’s 18-hole championship course, the Dragon, never disappoints. While you stop to savor the serene mountain vistas, don’t forget you are playing on a course that debuted as one of America’s Top 75 according to Golf World. Designed by Robin Nelson, who also designed the famous Dunes at Mauna Lani on the Big Island of Hawaii, this is a course you won’t soon forget.
Set in the scenic Mohawk Valley, Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club was designed by Dick Bailey and has been ranked as one of the 20 best golf courses in California by Golf Digest. Just a short drive from the golf destinations of Reno and Tahoe, Whitehawk has gained a well-earned reputation as one of the must plays of the High Sierra region.