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

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Penmar Golf Course -- Penmar - Tough but good course for beginners
Review by: Henry Cuevas A solid course to play for beginners. If you've been playing par 3 courses for a while, this is where you want to play when you're ready to go to the next level. The 1st hole is a short par 4 with a wide fairway. The 2nd hole is longer and narrow. A little more challenging because a hook or slice could end up on Rose Avenue. The par 4 7th is the only hole that may be tough to reach in 2 for beginners. However, if your a straight shooter, you can make up it on the par 3's (all reachable). Many mature trees and sand traps make this course a nice challenge for beginners or a hacker trying to improve his short game.
From Inglewood, CA