Lake Tahoe is home to many exceptional golf courses—equally challenging and picturesque. Following are several of our top recommended courses, each within mere moments of The Village at Northstar and Old Greenwood.
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Old Greenwood- 530.550.7010
Designated as one of "America's Top 100 Greatest Public Courses" by Golf Digest, Old Greenwood offers 18 holes of perfection courtesy of Jack Nicklaus.
The Golf Club at Gray's Crossing- 530.550.5800
Ranked as a "Top 50 Best New Course" in 2008 by Golfweek Magazine, Gray’s Crossing is an 18-hole Peter Jacobsen/Jim Hardy designed championship course.
Northstar California – 530.562.2490
Designed by Robert Muir Graves, the course integrates Tahoe’s rugged, wooded landscape with wavy bunkers and putting greens. Only 5 minutes from the Village at Northstar.
Coyote Moon- 530.587.0866
Brad Bell has taken full advantage of Coyote Moon’s natural setting, with towering pines, granite outcroppings, and Trout Creek to add dramatic elements of risk.
Old Greenwood Golf Academy
The Old Greenwood Academy features a state-of-the-art learning center building paired with Old Greenwood's Jack Nicklaus designed Signature Course. Golfers receive a shot-by-shot, performance-based plan for improving their game. Beginners will learn good habits, intermediates will learn how to become more fluid and powerful, and advanced students will shave strokes from their game.
Old Greenwood Golf Academy is Northern California's only complete total game instruction program. Assistance is available for golf schools, clinics, including junior clinics, and individual private lessons. Visit the website to learn more about full, half, and multi day programs, to see the golf facilities, and learn about other services that are provided.
Phone: 530.550.2670 or email@example.com
Escape to Lake Tahoe this 4th of July weekend and enjoy gorgeous weather, a small town parade, fireworks over the water and enticing discounts!
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This not-to-be-missed event happens every Thursday throughout the summer, in historic downtown Truckee.