Watsonville California Golf Courses

Casserly Par-3 Golf Course
Spring Hills Golf Course

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Spring Hills Golf Course -- This course is a hidden gem
Review by: Dave Spring Hills golf course is well worth the money. The course is generally in good condition and the atmosphere is great. The staff are extremely helpful ans one can feel at home here immmediately. The first four holes are difficult, particularly number 2 if played from the back tee. After that the holes are easier with the exception of number 8 where the approach is tough and the green slopes viciously from back to front. It is a lot of fun to play and well worth the price. The pace of play is generally better than the pace at other area courses, and on weekends if you tee off before 8, a round takes less than 4 hours. It is not fancy, but it is fun. Note the course condition is much better than it was a few years ago, so if you hear otherwise, ask the person when they played thecourse.
From Santa Cruz, Ca

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Spring Hills Golf Course -- Decent course. Good value for the money.
Review by: Rick I've played this course a few times and found it interesting and moderately challenging. The course is in reasonably decent-to-good shape. It's relatively inexpensive, particularly for courses in the SF and Monterey Bay areas. Hidden out of the way in Watsonville at the base of the Santa Cruz mountains, it has a mix of flat and hilly holes, a little bit of water, some narrow fairways, but generally forgiving for hacker not to lose too many golf balls.
From Santa Cruz, CA

Spring Hills Golf Course -- Santa Cruz County Gem
Review by: Paul Ward A quaint 18 hole golf course uniquely tucked into the country side of Watsonville-Corrolitos farming lands. A fun but challenging tract that keeps you on your toes on both front and backside 9's. The first 5 holes can take the wind out of your sails if you're not careful. The back 9 is pure countryside golf...I love it! Holes 16 and 17 are nifty par 5's....The 18th is a breath taking short par 4 ( elevated) that can be driven if you're on your "A" game and you're not afraid of getting your ball wet, otherwise lay-up with a mid iron and be ready to take a your wedge over a nice size pond separating you from the 18th green. One of the most charming clubhouse's in all of golf a awaits your arrival as you step off the 18th hole....cold beer and the "house" hot dog are served from an old fashioned sunken bar. This course comes equipped with a grass driving range, a large putting and chipping green....once played you're hooked for life.
From Santa Cruz