18-hole course designed by prolific course designer Robert Muir Graves trundles through waterways and wetlands
What You'll Get
- 18-Hole Round of Golf for Two with Cart and Large Bucket of Range Balls
The Fine Print
About Cherry Island Golf Course
In five decades as a golf-course architect, the late Robert Muir Graves put his stamp on more than 800 golf courses worldwide. His artistry is on full display at Cherry Island Golf Course, where he sculpted shapely fairways and greens into the scenic wetlands of Elverta. Throughout the course, Graves balanced holes pocked with streams and ponds with more straight-away tracks, where the only threat of water comes from the clouds and the open mouths of pelicans flying overhead. The course's hardest-rated hole, the par 4 seventh, is a titan of a hole. Though it only measures 391 yards from the tips, a pond runs from the right side of the fairway to the front of the green, imperiling golf balls on both tee shots and approaches.
Before testing their mettle on the links, golfers can get their timing down at a driving range with grass and artificial tees. The practice facility also encompasses two putting greens where golfers can get a feel for the speed of the putting surfaces without having to drive their cart onto the first green.
Course at a Glance:
- Designed by Robert Muir Graves
- 18-hole, par 72 course
- Length of 6,494 yards from the tips
- Course rating of 71.0 from the tips
- Slope rating of 120 from the tips
- Four tee options