Plumas Pines Golf Resort
About Plumas Pines Golf ResortThe Plumas Pines Golf Resort is off the beaten path in the Plumas National Forest, roughly four hours from the California Bay Area but just an hour from Reno. Golfers can rent a 2, 3 or 4-bedroom villa, home, or townhouse on the golf course; a custom home nestled below towering pines; or a quiet cabin in the woods.
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Great Course with a Catch
Loved the course layout and scenery. Greens in great shape. Most of the Tee boxes in good shape with minor exceptions. Biggest gripe - two groups ahead of us was a group of 6. Made for extremely slow play. Ten or more minute wait at last 12 Tee boxes. Sometimes the same on fairway shots. No Marshall was seen to help pick up pace. Despite this we will return again next year.
We’ll Be Back!
Yes The fairways are lined with houses but my wife and I both loved the course. Very well maintained. Tight fairways and the greens played fast. What’s not to like?
A favorite course! Fantastic layout, beautiful scenery, and very good course conditions! You’ll get into the bag on this course with a nice variety of distances and required shot making. A wonderful golf experience
I enjoy this course for its beauty and playability. Some holes are straight forward but a few are a challenge. It is in good shape for this time of the season.
Local knowledge needed.
Course knowledge helps a lot on this venue. We hit some pretty nice drives and irons only to find more difficult than necessary following shots in to the greens.. If only we had played the previous shot towards the other side of the fairway for a better angle.
But overall it was a beautiful day on a beautiful well-maintained course. A very pleasant experience!
Definitely a tough narrow track but score able. You have to play smart at this course. There are a few holes that you need only a 180-200 yard max tee shot or your in trouble Enjoy
Golf course was awesome. Staff was great. Front 9 moved right along we hit 10 and came to a foursome that was just plain ridiculous. Nobody in front of them just fricking slow. We played to hole 12 and called it because the pace. But I'll play it again it was a blast. Thanks
Really good shape, true greens, challenging, beautiful views.
Great course. Staff is friendly and service oriented. Hole # 9 is difficult due to an elevated green at least 80 ft, Upkeep is incredible and in great shape. Highly recommended.
Gorgeous but narrow!
For a middle -teens handicapper this is a tough golf course.... pretty high slope. You cannot leave the fairway, and most are quite narrow. But the views/terrain are hard to beat, and the Pro & staff are awesome!
Nice surprise !!!
On the front there were several very tight holes with condos very close to the fairway (closest I have ever seen in 40 years of playing golf !!!!!) Too close for comfort...... The course is not what i would consider a premium course but fun.
This course has an interesting layout. It is a resort style setup but it is a more challenging than expected. It is always a fun place to be. A tree lined course so it is a bit cooler. Check layout of course because there are a few layup holes especially hole 10. Short hole but a lot of Trouble short of green.
Will likely not return to this course. Very narrow with townhomes on most holes. Luckily, we were able to pass 4 other groups which sped things up a lot. Just was not an enjoyable round. Will look for someplace else the next time in the area.
Played this course for the first time. Beautiful scenery. Very well maintained. Fairways and greens great shape. Greens difficult but that’s on me.
Personnel in Pro shop and snack bar excellent. I was here on a golf vacation with a group of guys.
Will definitely come back if I get a chance
Fun in the sun
First time here, it was a home run. Course was excellent, views incredible, challenging but yet fun. Beautiful sunny day. My new favorite place to play.
Nice Mountain and Pines Course. Worth the Drive
Played here while staying in North Tahoe. It was worth the scenic drive north. Very nice layout winding through the trees, and along the river with various ponds and elevation changes - very scenic and quiet. Course was in excellent shape, and place of play was as fast as you wanted to go. Some holes have houses along them but many are in the trees. Just a very nice layout for the better golfer with enough length and importance of placement off the tee at a premium. The staff was exceedingly nice and helpful too on my first visit there. Highly recommend.