Golf in Soledad


9-Hole Round of Golf for One or Two with Range Balls at Rancho del Pueblo Golf Course (Up to 50% Off)

Rancho del Pueblo Golf Course

Rancho del Pueblo Golf Course

9-hole executive course with bunkers, crisp fairways, and ponds lined with cattails

$34 $17

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One or Three 60-Minute Private Golf Lessons with Swing Analysis and Digital Recording at GolfSmarts (Up to 69% Off)

GolfSmarts

Santa Clara

Instructor evaluates pupils’ swing with video-analysis software before coaching them on form during a recorded session

$125 $39

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One Round of FootGolf for Two or Four at Pruneridge Golf Club (Up to 58% Off)

Pruneridge Golf Club

Pruneridge Golf Club

A combination of soccer and golf involves kicking a regulation soccer ball into oversized holes on a shortened course

$48 $20

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9-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Five Rounds for One at Blackberry Farm Golf Course (Up to 53% Off)

Blackberry Farm Golf Course

City of Cupertino - Blackberry Farm

Course measures 1,544 yards and challenges short iron and putting skills with narrow fairways and small greens

$38 $18

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18-Hole Golf Outing for One or Two at Deep Cliff Golf Course (Up to 27% Off). Three Options Available.

Deep Cliff Golf Course

Deep Cliff Golf Course

Though relatively short, this par 60 course tests golfers’ short game amid the rolling terrain of the Cupertino foothills

$37.50 $29

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One-Month Membership from The Players Club Powered by GOLFZING (Up to 47% Off). Three Courses Available.

The Players Club Powered by GOLFZING

Multiple Locations

Memberships grant one month of unlimited range practice, greens fees, and golf clinics at picturesque local courses

$39.99 $25

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One or Two Private One-Hour Golf Lessons from Joe Smith at Dryden Creekside (Up to 61% Off)

Joe Smith at Dryden Creekside

Joe Smith at Dryden Creekside

PGA Class A pro Joe Smith draws from more than a decade of coaching experience and a competitive playing career to help golfers improve

$120 $47

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Indoor Virtual Golf, Rental for Up to Four, or Membership at CityGolf (Up to 62% Off).

CityGolf

Pleasanton

Virtual golf allows athletes to practice no matter the weather, and to track their progress and adjust the simulator

$40 $19

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One or Two 60-Minute Golf Lessons from Gary Monisteri (Up to 51% Off)

Gary Monisteri Golf

Mariners Point

Seasoned PGA pro instructor breaks golf down into its core components, leading focused practices aimed at making actual rounds more fun

$120 $59

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18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four with Cart and Range Balls at Avila Beach Golf Resort (Up to 51% Off) 

Avila Beach Golf Resort

Avila Beach

An 18-hole course characterized by distinctly different front and back nines hugs the banks of a tidal estuary

$154 $75

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Hour with PGA Instructor with Optional Month Unlimited Driving Range at Central Coast Golf Academy (66% Off)

Central Coast Golf Academy

Arroyo Grande

PGA level instructor shares their knowledge and experience to help clients find their highest potential as a player

$205 $70

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One-Hour Golf Lesson for One or Two at Dennis Mitchell Golf (Up to 51% Off)

Dennis Mitchell Golf

Dave Atchison at Burlingame Golf Center

Professional instructor who has taught PGA and LPGA players helps golfers step up their game

$120 $59

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One or Two One-Hour Private Golf Lessons with Dave Atchison at Burlingame Golf Center (Up to 60% Off)

Dave Atchison at Burlingame Golf Center

Burlingame

Indoor/outdoor facility with full-length driving range hosts lessons with Dave Atchison, whose years of teaching include time at UCLA & UCSB

$150 $75

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  • San Juan Oaks Golf Club
    Designed by 1992 Masters champion Fred Couples, San Juan Oaks Golf Club showcases an 18-hole course that arches across 7,133 yards of San Juan Valley terrain. On the front nine, golfers test their mettle at one of Freddy's favorite holes, the 204-yard, par-3 sixth hole, where tee shots must speed through swirling winds and trees wielding catchers’ mitts to land on a green guarded by oak and eucalyptus trees. The back nine rolls through the valley’s foothills, regaling golfers with frequent elevation changes and back-to-back tees—at 16 and 17—that offer stunning views of the surrounding area. The course frequently draws top-flight golfers and is a Stage-One site of the PGA Tour's Qualifying School. Before taking to the first tee, golfers can warm up at the club’s practice facilities, which include a 15-acre, all-grass driving range, a 10,000-square-foot putting green, and an area for chipping and bunker shots. Elegant, high-beamed ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace await golfers and underfed 9-irons at the restaurant, which serves breakfast and lunch. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par-72 course designed by Fred Couples Length of 7,133 yards from the farthest tees Course rating of 74.6 from the farthest tees Slope rating of 141 from the farthest tees Five tee options Scorecard
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    3825 Union Rd.
    Hollister, CA US
  • Rancho Canada Golf Club
    The Monterey Peninsula produces first-rate golf courses the same way New York City breeds artists and musicians, and Rancho Canada Golf Club is no exception. The club is a 36-hole showcase of rolling fairways and greens intersected by the murmuring ripples of the Carmel River. The waterway's origin is obvious as the course unfolds: the entire complex nestles under the green peaks of the Saint Lucia Mountain in the distance. The longer of the two layouts, the West Course skips over the Carmel River three times, shifting between broad fairways and narrow ones lined with cottonwoods, sycamores, and drivers that were planted in the ground in hope that they would blossom there. The East Course comes into contact with the river on five occasions, and culminates with a finishing hole replete with scenic views of the mountain range. A natural-grass driving range and greens for putting and chipping faciliate pre- or post-round practice. Players can also demo the latest clubs or groom their game in private lessons or group golf clinics. East Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 71 course * Length of 6,125 yards from the tips * Course rating of 69.5 from the tips * Slope rating of 122 from the tips * Three tee options West Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 71 course * Length of 6,357 yards from the tips * Course rating of 70.6 from the tips * Slope rating of 124 from the tips * Three tee options
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    4860 Carmel Valley Rd
    Carmel, CA US
  • Laguna Seca Golf Ranch
    Laguna Seca Golf Ranch requires action from every club in your bag. The course was designed in 1970 by famed architects Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Robert Trent Jones Jr., and it bears the markings of their creativity. Though the father-son duo didn't emblazon the family crest onto every fairway, they did outfit the championship gauntlet with elevated tees, several water hazards, and a bevy of bunkers to defend every hole. At hole 15, for instance, water swallows solid drives, and at hole 17, five bunkers can prove catastrophic for scores. But golfers don't have to face these challenges unprepared: Laguna Seca also boasts a 13-acre natural-grass practice facility, complete with putting and chipping greens. The ranch also offers visitors a stocked golf shop, dining, and full bar service. Course at a Glance * 18-hole, par 71 course * Course rating of 70.6 * Course slope of 132 * Total of 6,174 yard from the back tees * Five tees per hole * Click here to view the scorecard
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    10520 York Rd.
    Monterey, CA US
  • Webster Peterson at Pasadera
    On the gorgeous greens of Pasadera Country Club, associate head golf pro Webster Peterson has improved the game of a wide range of players, including 3-year-olds, 80-year-olds, and rookies who've turned pro and swung their way onto television. His thorough teaching technique begins with stroke development and tactical strategy, ensuring that players have the fundamentals down pat before they start serving and slamming. Lessons are for all ages and skill levels, and students don't have to be members of the Pasadera club to learn under Webster's racket.
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    100 Pasadera Drive
    Monterey, CA US
  • Poppy Hills Golf Course
    Cleaved through the tall pines of the Del Monte Forest, Poppy Hills Golf Course's 18-hole layout blankets the scenic terrain of the Monterey Peninsula with a 6,857 trail of meticulously manicured fairways and greens. Designed by renowned course architect Robert Trent Jones II, Poppy Hills has hosted many high-profile golf events, including co-hosting the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am from 1991 to 2009, a 19-year span during which Bill Murray never left. Named one of California's Top 10 Courses You Can Play, Poppy Hills gives casual golfers a chance to test their mettle on a world-class course—the 426-yard fifth hole was rated the most difficult par four in PGA Tour play in 2006—with four tee options that make it surmountable for golfers of all stripes. Though its known for its woodland scenery and large, undulating greens, the par 72 course also features water hazards that come into play on two holes, gobbling up golf balls and serving as a convenient vacation spot for fish trying to spend a weekend away from the Pacific. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 72 course designed by Robert Trent Jones II Length of 6,857 yards from the farthest tees Course rating of 74.3 from the farthest tees Slope rating of 144 from the farthest tees Four tee options Scorecard
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    3200 Lopez Rd.
    Pebble Beach, CA US
  • Pajaro Valley Golf Club
    Pristine fairways gently rise and fall across 6,664 yards of undulating terrain at Pajaro Valley Golf Club's 18-hole course. Located a mere Goliath's drive from the Pacific Ocean, golfers can smell the crisp sea air and hear the hushed whispers of heist-planning pelicans throughout the picturesque par 72, once the verdant kingdom of 1930s golf legend Olin Dutra. The club’s E-Z-Go golf carts ferry about the arsenal of woods and irons needed to triumph over the transition from shorter par 3s and 4s to the lengthy fairways at the 1st, 4th, 15th, and 17th holes, all par 5. After looping the horticultural haven, golfers can retreat to the club's full-service restaurant, where frothy beers and hamburgers refuel weary bodies and famished 9-irons. Spiky-shoed journeymen can place their order ahead of time at the 9th or 18th tees, ensuring their meal will be ready for them at the turn or shortly after the round.
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    967 Salinas Rd
    Royal Oaks, CA US
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