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This set including 4 ping-pong paddles with ergonomic handles and 8 tournament-sized balls is ideal for training your table tennis technique
Silver-plated tennis bracelet features red heart-shaped gems and white diamond-shaped gems for a clean and delicate look
Ideal for beginners and professional players alike, Tennis Magazine offers everything from the basic rules to insiders tips from the pros
Designed by famous golf course architect Billy Bell, this scenic, course stands inside the East Bay Regional Park on a wooded hillside, only a couple of miles from the hustle and bustle of the University of California-Berkeley campus.
18-hole, par 72 course; rolling hills, mature oaks and pines, and waterways; driving range and 10,000 square-foot practice green
Challenging 18-hole course gives golfers all they can handle—including gorgeous views of San Francisco, Oakland, and the Bay Bridge
Built in 1993 and designed by Robert Muir Graves, this course features many doglegs that follow the meandering creek. Mature trees line most of the fairways and water comes into play on nine of the holes.The 10th hole is Paradise Valley`s signature hole. This par-5 hole requires a series of accurate shots. A well-placed tee shot just short of the lake sets up a second shot. The large oak tree just beyond the ravine, guards the shot to the green. Sand and grass bunkers surround the green; scoring par will be a challenge.The 14th hole features another lone oak tree on the left of the fairway and a series of sand traps on the right that lead up to the green. When the breeze is just right, some adventurous golfers have been known to drive the green, avoiding all the hazards.Two small lakes greet players when they tee off on the finishing 18th hole. With the Clubhouse as a backdrop, a perfect approach shot to the two-tiered green sets up an opportunity to score a birdie … and finish a great round of golf at Paradise Valley.
Dublins first and only golf course is now open for play. Come experience the finest course conditions at Dublin Ranch Golf Course designed by Robert Trent Jones II. Measuring 4,820 yards and playing to a par of 63, Dublin Ranch is a unique, scenic design set in the foothills overlooking the Livermore Valley. With our spectacular views, beautiful clubhouse, and superior customer service, golfers of all abilities will experience a slightly shorter version of championship golf.During your round at Dublin Ranch, you will need to use all of your clubs as you navigate our two long par 5s, five par 4s, and eleven par 3s that range in length from 143 yards to 224 yards. A variety of hole designs, green shapes, tee placements, and elevation changes will provide a fun and interesting challenge for all golfers.
s first and only golf course is now open for play. Come experience the finest course conditions at Dublin Ranch Golf Course designed by Robert Trent Jones II. Measuring 4,820 yards and playing to a par of 63, Dublin Ranch is a unique, scenic design set in the foothills overlooking the Livermore Valley. With our spectacular views, beautiful clubhouse, and superior customer service, golfers of all abilities will experience a slightly shorter version of championship golf.During your round at Dublin Ranch, you will need to use all of your clubs as you navigate our two long par 5
s, and eleven par 3
Surrounded by 27 acres of working vineyards, 18-hole course fills the Napa Valley countryside with a layout designed by Johnny Miller
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Designed by Gary Roger Baird, Rancho Solano celebrated its Opening Day in March 1990. It is nestled in the hills of Fairfield and offers well-manicured fairways, large, tiered greens and challenging holes for every level of golfer.Water is a factor on holes 2, 3, 4, and 5 on the front nine and holes 11, 12 and 14 on the back nine. Despite being an open course, club selection is important, especially on the challenging par 3’s. Rancho Solano is known for having some of the largest greens on Northern California courses.Two of the most challenging holes are on the back nine. Hole 11 is a par 4, but club selection is important because a long drive could end up in the lake. A carefully placed second shot onto the green, which hugs the water’s edge, is not as easy as it looks. Sand traps exist on the backside of the green should a golfer decide to extend the margin of safety. The large green adds to the challenge of scoring a par.Hole 12 is a picturesque par 3. Another small lake guards the front of the green and sand traps protect the back of the green. All tee boxes require the golfer to hit over the lake; there is no room to bail out on the right and very little room to consider a shot to the left. Getting on in one is satisfying; scoring par remains a challenge because of another trademark ‘large, two-tiered’ green.Finishing your round with a birdie on the 18th hole is possible if you maneuver beyond the undulating fairway. This holes green provides one last challenge on Rancho Solanos golf course.
s green provides one last challenge on Rancho Solano
Located off interstate 80 in Vallejo, Blue Rock Springs offers two challenging 18 hole golf courses. The older West course and the new East Course are both very walkable while carrying your clubs or using a pull cart.
Instructor evaluates pupils’ swing with video-analysis software before coaching them on form during a recorded session
Located only a short drive from San Jose or San Francisco, Callippe Preserve is sure to be a unique and memorable course. Designed by Brian Costello, of JMP Golf Design Group, “Callippe Preserve was designed to cater to the wide spectrum of players anticipated to frequent the facility”, says Costello. There are five sets of tees on this par 72, with the black tees playing at 6,748. The blue tees measure at 6,409, then the white tees at 6,024 yards, the gold tees at 5,560, and the red at 4,788 yards.
Varieties of terrain are spread throughout the course as the front nine is routed through the valley and the back nine sits on a higher elevation with the Happy Valley Creek winding throughout. Superior views of Mount Diablo fill the sky line to the north and incredible sanctuaries dedicated to the Callippe Butterfly are displayed on holes 11 thru 14.
Welcome to Las Positas Golf Club, a Robert Muir Graves design opened in 1966. A 27 hole facility located in the Livermore Wine Country. The Signature 18 hole Course is a par 72 stretching a very walkable 6,723 yards. Since its opening, Las Positas Golf Course has gone through 2 major renovations, with the most recent in 2011/2012. The beautiful white sand bunkers are only the beginning of the recent $6 million dollar renovation. The Signature 18 has 5 new holes, 12 redesigned tee boxes, potable water on all greens, new drainage, new cart paths, new landscaping and a $250,000 new ‘Beeb’s at the Turn’ located at the 10th tee box are only a few of the beautiful updates waiting for you. Welcome to the Las Positas Golf Course, welcome to the family.
Professional instructor who has taught PGA and LPGA players helps golfers step up their game
Picturesque golf course originally designed in 1927, invites both amateurs and professionals for an 18-hole, memorable experience
Seasoned PGA pro instructor breaks golf down into its core components, leading focused practices aimed at making actual rounds more fun
Golfers improve their game with Coach Peter’s swing analysis tools and latest in video technology for adjust ing their swing and technique.
Par 58 executive course snakes through intervening waterways, offering players a condensed round of golf
Impeccably maintained greens on a par-72 course alongside the San Juaquin River Delta; lunch at a restaurant over looking the 10th tee box
Peacock Gap Golf & Country Club, nestled in the heart of Marin County, is located just minutes away from both the Golden Gate and San Rafael/Richmond bridges. The area is known for its great weather throughout the year. Why play in the fog, when you can play in the sun? The 6,359-yard course has plenty of water and tree-lined fairways to challenge golfers of all levels.The golf facilities include a fully stocked Pro Shop, club rentals, various tournament packages, full practice facility and private/group lessons. Before and after your round relax in our restaurant/bar for delicious breakfast or lunch. Our banquet facility, which overlooks the course, is spacious enough for up to 500 guests and cozy enough for small business meetings. ** Peacock Gap is proud to offer robotic delivery of food and drink en-course. Please download the app in advance of your visit to the course. Called “Starship - Deliveries”, the app can be found in either the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. After downloading, please choose Peacock Gap as your delivery neighborhood and acquaint yourself with the offering. Once on course, please have a pro-shop attendant check your ID to enable the delivery of alcoholic beverages. **
Come out and enjoy Peacock Gap Golf & Country Club.
Course OverviewAs would a classic links, Metropolitan has a spacious and open feel, with a canopy of sky and long views to the Oakland Hills, the Bay, downtown Oakland, and San Francisco bracketing the horizon. Light winds off the Bay will often be a factor in the strategy and shot selection of the savvy player.Variety in hole length and orientation will maximize the variety in length of approach shots and club selection. The front and back nines are balanced at Out – Par 36; In – Par 36; Total – Par 72, with both nines returning to the Clubhouse and central facilities. The course can play to 7015 yards from the pro tees, 6600 yards from the long tees, 6135 to 5665 yards from the regular tees and 5080 yards from the forward tees and will be set up in cognizance of prevailing winds. “Metropolitan Golf Links will test all level of players and will become a championship-links that offers a great golf experience and spectacular views of the San Francisco Bay.” - Johnny Miller Course Designers Fred Bliss, American Society of Golf Course Architects Johnny Miller, World Golf Hall of Fame
Lincoln Park Golf Course (18 hole) is located at 34th Avenue at Clement Street in San Francisco (415-221-9911). This par 68 course, designed by Tom Bendelow and opened in 1928, is 5,149 yards long and offers magnificent views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge. The course is moderately forested with mature cypress and pine trees and native landscaping on rolling and sometimes steep hills. Lincoln Park is also one of the courses used for the annual San Francisco City Golf Championships.
Hiddenbrooke offers a challenging, highly acclaimed Arnold Palmer Signature Designed Course, which features water on 14 of the 18 holes, dramatic elevation changes and excellent course conditions. With at least five sets of tees on every hole, golfers of all skill levels will enjoy a round of golf at Hiddenbrooke.
“Go Small or Go Home: Mif Albright, one of the 12 best par 3’s courses in America.” There’s a decent chance you’ve heard about the renovated South Course at Corica Park, a big-daddy 18-holer that was recently revived in firm, fast Australian sandbelt-style. Less widely advertised is that Corica also has a fully transformed par-3 course, which is also firm and fast, has rollicking greens and is as fun for beginners as it is challenging for serious sticks. Corica Park takes golf to new heights! Expect to play on the spectacular tree-lined fairways.
You’ll find the pro shop stocked with some of the finest brands in the business, and the friendly staff takes hospitality to new heights. Come play, stay or celebrate and take your day to new heights as well!
The Monarch Bay Golf Club is located adjacent to the San Leandro Marina. It is a place where phones don`t ring, traffic is no bother and deadlines seem unimportant. Set on the coast of the San Francisco Bay, this scenic Scottish links-style course offers sanctuary from the outside world.
Located in the beautiful island City of Alameda, California, less than five minutes from the
Oakland Airport. It’s time to discover one of America’s new best public access courses, the all
new South Course (opened June 22, 2018), unlike any in the Bay Area. Renowned Architect
Rees Jones describes the new course as a minimalist design more like you would find in
Australia, where you can play the ball to the hole by air or ground.
In addition to the new Corica Park South Course, here you’ll find the perfect environment to
learn, practice, and enjoy the game of golf. Come out and enjoy the new South course or play
the original North Course 9 while the first 9 is remodeled beginning June 25th. No time for
18? Enjoy the fun-but-challenging par 3 9-holer. Whether you walk, take a cart, or surf the
earth on the new GolfBoards, Corica Park delivers fun.
The 18-hole “Diablo Creek” course at the Diablo Creek Golf Course facility in Concord, California features 6,439 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 69. The course rating is 70.5 and it has a slope rating of 118 on Rye grass. Designed by Robert Muir Graves, ASGCA, the Diablo Creek golf course opened in 1963. Sandy Day manages the course as the Operations Manager.
The 18-hole “ Skywest Golf Course facility in Hayward, California features 6,862 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Tree-lined fairways can cause the usual kinds of trouble for errant tee shots, though large greens tend to play true. The par-3s all play long at 140-200 yards, and two lakes insist that you pay them attention on the front and back nines.
Designed by Rees Jones, 1995 Golf Digest Architect of the Year, this 27-hole layout is much different than Poppy Hills in that it has only one original tree. That oak can be seen on the eighth hole of the Chardonnay course, one of many picturesque holes at Poppy Ridge. The Merlot, Chardonnay and Zinfandel nines offer challenging and enjoyable golf for any level of player. Carved in the rugged terrain of the Livermore foot-hills, Poppy Ridge offers spectacular views of the golf course and beyond. Each hole is shaped by extensive bunkering, giving the course a true links feel.
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