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Wildhawk Golf Club7713 Vineyard Rd
Sacramento, CA 95829
Phone: (916)688-4653Fax: (916)688-9489
This nice course is located on ranchland in a quiet setting. Several water hazards, including two lakes and a creek, are in the layout, which was built on 140 acres. The rolling fairways are lined with young trees, some in dogleg configurations. Most of the greens are undulating. The signature hole is #18, a 530-yard, par 5, which requires the approach shot to carry over a creek and a lake to reach the green. A very nice view of the clubhouse can be enjoyed from this hole as well. Twilight rates begin 4 1/2 hours before sunset. Friday is included in the weekend green fee. Nine hole rates listed are only good from 6-8 AM daily.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bermuda Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Average Golfer Review (2.5 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Nicest course in Elk Grove area, Jul 12, 2004
from Elk Grove, CA
|Wildhawk is one of the nicer courses in the Sacramento area, if not the nicest. I have golfed here more times than I can count and I have yet to be dissapointed by the condition of the course. Everything is always take care of very well and the staff are always more than friendly. The course layout is done nicely and is relativly wide open. For anyone looking to get away from the narrow fairways and tons of trees of their home course (cough*Dry Creek*cough), this is the place to go. All of the holes are perfectly laid out to provide a challenge to all golfers alike, and all do it without the use of narrow fairways and groves of trees. Bunkers come into play on all but 2 holes, and water is no stranger either. Among the fun holes are the 3rd, 6th, 9th,16th, and 18th, which all provide blind tee shots due to significant doglegs. The 18th is my favorite though, due to it's hidden creek that lies 250 yards down the fairway. The hole doglegs to the left, leaving the creek to split the fairway in half, one half straight foreward and one to the left beyond the trees (the only ones on the course). The green here is also guarded by a significantly sized lake, which will catch your approach shots if you're not careful. On to the bottom line. This course is not an easy course by any stretch of the imagination, but I guarantee you will be having too much fun to notice your ballooning score.|
| 1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
riding course plays long, Jun 17, 2004
|Tight fairways, medium to fast greens. #9 and #18 plays longer than the posted yardage.|