Diablo California Golf Courses

Diablo Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Diablo Country Club -- Former Member
Review by: Clay White Sold my membership around 1993 and went back on a reciprocal basis from another private club. Beautiful golf course. Tough !! Fast greens and plenty of rough if you don't hit it straight. Still as beautiful as it was when I was a member only the trees are taller and the rough is deeper. I had my "A" game with me that day and shot an 81. Almost holed out #13, 215 yd. par 3. One of the great holes on the course. The clubhouse has been remodeled again. New additions beautifully done. First class facility with all the amentities. Initiation fee probably close to 90K. Well worth it. The club has spent at least 7 million dollars in remodeling since, I believe around 1990. My rating is 5+ stars. P.S. Hello to all of my old friends at DCC too and especially John Lopes.
From Oro Valley, AZ

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Wilcox Oaks Golf Club -- Nice course, Excellent pace
Review by: Darrin I am not currently a member, but I have played this course a half dozen times or more. I am considering a membership. The front nine is not difficult, but there are hidden challenges due to the slope of the terrain. The back nine is fairly difficult. I am a 13 handicap and have had the opportunity to play what I would consider some very nice golf courses: The Olympic Course at Gold Mountain in WA, TPC at the Woodlands in TX, Tour 18 outside of Houston. This course is in as good as shape as those courses. Where it lacks a little is in the defining type holes and the ameninities but not necessities of a golf course, i.e. Stately clubhouse, flowers etc. Where this course really shines is in its pace of play combined with the condition of the course. I have played 36 holes in 5 1/2 hours. On most public courses I have played a 4 1/2 hour round of 18 is the rule not the exception. All in all I really like this club/course.
From Cottonwood, CA




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