Arnold California Golf Courses

Meadowmont Golf Course
Sequoia Woods Country Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Sequoia Woods Country Club -- Super Course For Average Golfer
Review by: Robert Shelton I play with a friend who is a member of the club, so I have no bias. The course is much like playing two different 9-hole courses. The front 9 is relatively flat with plenty of opportunity to use your driver. Fairways vary in width with some water hazards and creek out of bounds to deal with. The back 9 goes up through the tall pines with narrow fairways and plenty of challenges through the hilly terrain, ending with a 400-yard downhill to the 18th hole. The scenery is breathtaking as 200-foot tall pine trees, well maintained fairways and greens, and a blue, blue sky, bound most of the course. You can use every club in your bag and have a wonderful day.
From Walnut Creek, CA USA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Colony Country Club, The -- No title
Review by: J. G. Short The landscaping at this golf course needs lots of work. Creek beds are severely eroded and there's standing water which could lead to mosquito infestations. The sand pits are also sadly in need of repair. There are still many dead eucalyptus trees on some of the fairways. This golfer wonders if they'll fall over some windy day on a golf cart passing right under them. The most serious problem is the lack of aesthetics upon entering through the front guarded gates of the Colony. The wrought iron fencing facing the front of the course is abominable, falling apart, with some sections of it ready to collapse onto the adjacent sidewalk where school children walk to and from middle school. I don't know why this fencing hasn't been replaced before now because it can cause serious injury if it is blown over or collapses from rust erosion.
From Palm Springs, CA