The First Tee of Monterey County
The par 31 golf course is 1850 yards in length and has four par 4 holes that range between 250 yards and 375 yards. Located in North Salinas adjacent to the Creekbridge housing development the course replaces Sherwood Greens Golf Course, which was closed in 1998. The course of gentle rolling hills with USGA greens is surrounded by protected wetlands, Natividad Creek and Gabilan Creek with vistas of the Gabilan and Santa Lucia mountain ranges. The First Tee of Monterey County (formerly known as Twin Creeks Golf Course) is a complete facility offering 9-hole and 18-hole rounds of golf, a fully equipped practice and teaching facility complete with golf carts. The 5000 square foot Clubhouse contains a pro-shop and a snackbar that is available for meetings, parties and banquets. The First Tee of Monterey County is a fun facility that will challenge the experienced golfer while providing excellent learning opportunities for youth and the novice golfer.
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This is a short nine hole course with multiple tees so that you can play it twice using a different tee for the second half. This is the teaching course for the junior golf group. It’s a great course to take kids.
Great for working on the short game although there are two holes where you can hit a driver.