Emerald Hills Golf Course
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Available FacilitiesConference Facilities, Banquet Facilities
Excellent condition course and challenging course for the beginning or seasoned golfer
Emerald Hills Golf Course is a great course. Played it today and the course was in the best condition I have seen it in years. I love this course for its always challenging holes perfecting my short game. This is a great course for golfers of all skill levels.
We were able to walk right up to the tee box and begin our game. Weather was great, but the course was still wet, as it was an early tee time. (8:30) Pin cups were full of water which was inconvenient, but otherwise it was a good time. Great way to work on your short game as most of the clubs required are wedges and the higher irons.
Horrible conditions. Not worth the money.
I’ve played at Emerald Hills 3 times. Each time is even worse than before. There is no driving range, only a broken hitting net. The pro shop is in a mobile home. The practice green is the size of a couch. The tee boxes and mangled. The fairways are made of clay. There are broken trees scattered through out the course. The greens are bumpy.
Not worth it here if you paid me.
Emerald’s greens are improving. Tee boxes are a little tattered however that’s almost every short courses dilemma. Putting greens are in excellent shape. And that is what truthfully matters more.
Bring your irons only and before play practice chipping, chunking, and putting.
After you finish. Consider another round or switch to disc golf.
Took my son (7) to play the round with me. It was too hilly for him but we had a good time.
Some of the tee boxes are in harms way of an errant shot from the previous hole, but overall a beautiful place to play 9.
Worst Course I've e played so far......
Booked a tee time for this morning 750AM, as a first timer at this location was very disappointed. Was told we would have to walk it due to the moisture in the grass even though it was pretty dry throughout. The maps given were confusing and really made little sense. The upkeep of the grounds needs major attention, we were losing balls right next to the fringe because they dug too deep in the tall grass. The gentlemen working the lodge/shop was helpful and very talkative, he let us know what to expect. This is the only reason the overall gets a 2 star instead of a 1.
It is tucked in a remote area from San Francisco but a really fun golf course. Pretty Challenging lots of uphill, downhill practice for a 9 hole course. I love it!