Mountain View California Golf Courses

Shoreline Golf Links at Mountain View


Featured Golf Course Review:
Shoreline Golf Links at Mountain View -- golfing guy
Review by: Tim Course was in great shape. The greens are probably the smoothest and true rolling greens in the area. Even after the large amounts of rain from late October the course drained very well, the money they have put into this place has really paid off. Everyone was very friendly from the proshop to the maintenance crew who waved and would even turn off their machines if we were near by. The birds seem to really be a nuisance, but saw a very happy dog running around to try and scare them off the playing areas. My compliments to the City of Mountain View, very nice and will definitely play here more often!
From Palo Alto, CA USA

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Marshall Canyon Golf Club -- Marshall Canyon...Good Bang for Buck
Review by: Brent Greens look tricky, but are generally fair. They are never as fast as they look. Beautiful scenery. We usually see deer. It is one of the few courses in SoCal which you can "walk-on," even on a weekend morning. Expect the ball to break away from the mountains when you read your putts. It is not the easiest course to walk, but it is not near as tough to walk as Mountain Meadows in nearby Pomona. Course is plenty long enough although big hitters will probably want to keep your driver in the bag on 3, 8, and 12 (unless you have an awesome draw and know the course). 7 is a very tough par 3 with about a 200 yard tee shot to a green you cannot see. The course has some very interesting corners to it. I love the layout of 1-2-3 and 10-11-12. 1 and 10 are reach-able par 5s, 2 and 11 are scenic par 3s, while 3 and 12 are fair, dogleg lefts. This is a county course so it is not very expensive. I like playing around 4pm when it costs $11 to walk. Students are $5 all day on weekdays. Hit'em straight and keep it below the hole.
From Claremont, CA




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