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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Course was in excellent condition. Our threesome was able to get off early and pace of play was excellent even with a tourney in front of us. Wether conditions could not be more perfect as were course conditions.. Always a treat to play Plumas Pines.
Loved this course
Course was in fabulous shape. Fairways, tee boxes, and greens were spectacular. Great value for the price. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Would highly recommend this course to any golfers in the area.
Great mountain course
This is my favorite coarse in Greagle, CA area. The course is in great shape. The traps had good sand. I am looking forward to my next round here.
Beautiful property. Hard to top the setting. Conditions favor the mid to high handicappers but the course was in great shape considering it was still early in the season. Feels very tight off the tee. Homes are very close and lots of out of bounds and hazard areas.. We played twilight rates. Definitely worth it.
Beautiful course , great condition after coming through the hard winter months..
Course was in decent condition. It was early in the year, so course was a bit thin on some of the holes. Greens where OK too but, nothing special. I think it was hole 13 that had a temporary green This course is about tarket golf and it needs to be played a few times to understand it. It's a fun course.
Overall solid course
This course is long and challenging due to the hazards, course was in great shape to start the season.
Nice day, nice course
I have not played there in year. It was just as nice as I remembered it to be. We had a great day. Hope to make it back there again this summer.
Plumas is Special
Course was recently plugged but GolfNow did not mention this but the greens were ok to putt. Rest of the course in great shape. Got behind 4 elderly ladies that took forever to play. They should have picked up after 7 strokes....
Course was in pristine condition. Go now before they close for the season. Greens were receptive and fast, fairways were plush. Single file down the fairway.The course was super tight but very playable. Have to think your way around the course.
Plumas Pines in October
Play this course 1 time a week for a month and you will be able to play most courses. Tight fairways and small greens make this course a real challenge. October is the best time of the year to be in this part of the country.
Great Course to Begin Our Trip
Plumas Pines is a great course! This was the first course my brother and I played during our 2020 brother's trip. Tee'd off at 1:10 pm and were able to easily get in 36 holes. We loved it!! A little smoky/hazy due to the fires, but not enough to impact our golf. Course was fun, easy to get around, and everyone at the course was very nice and helpful. We'd play here again.
Always beautiful in Graeagle
The weather is perfect even when it isn't. Sunny, just the right amount of humidity, fluffy clouds. On this particular day there was some massive pyro-cumulus clouds from the Loyalton wildfire. The course played great: front 9 had its water hazards, the back 9 narrow buy dry. Greens were soft but quick, fairways meticulously groomed. As they say in the pro shop: "The course is in great shape today"