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NCGA MEMBER TEE TIME PORTAL COURSES


One of our most popular new member benefi ts is the NCGA Member Tee Time Portal, which gives members access to discounted golf at more than 40 courses in the region. No matter where you live in Northern California, you can fi nd affordable golf near you through the Tee Time Portal. Just click the orange Tee Time Portal button on the homepage of NCGA.org to book a tee time today!


The roster of courses, which continues to grow every month, includes:


CENTRAL COAST Bayonet and Blackhorse GC (Seaside)


No. 6 at Spring Valley GC (Milpitas) – What would you do if you won the lottery? When Ray Anderson won the Irish Sweepstakes in the 1950s, he dreamed of building a golf course. He purchased enough land to carve out 18 holes through the hills of Milpitas, and Spring Valley has been open since 1956. The sixth hole at Spring Valley is a reachable par 5, playing just 515 yards from the blues. The 6,140-yard, par-70 course is made up of picturesque par 3s, challenging par 4s and reachable par 5s that navigate bunkers and water hazards.


Carmel Valley Ranch GC Del Monte GC (Monterey) Hunter Ranch GC (Paso Robles) Pacifi c Grove GL Pajaro Valley GC Quail Lodge GC (Carmel) Ridgemark GCC (Hollister) Salinas Golf and CC San Juan Oaks GC (Hollister)


Seascape GC (Aptos) Spring Hills (Watsonville)


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CENTRAL VALLEY Lemoore GC


Rancho Del Rey GC (Atwater)


Stevinson Ranch • • •


GREATER SACRAMENTO Apple Mountain Golf Resort (Camino)


Bartley Cavanaugh GC (Sacramento)


Bass Lake GC (Rescue) Bing Maloney GC (Sacramento)


Haggin Oaks GC – Alister MacKenzie (Sacramento) Indian Creek CC (Loomis) Diamond Oaks GC (Roseville)


No. 18 at Tahoe Donner GC (Truckee) – Recently renovated in 2007 and nominated by Golf Digest for “Best Remodeled Golf Course in America,” Tahoe Donner is a challenging, tree-lined mountain track in the High Sierra. Tahoe Donner fi nishes with its signature hole, which features panoramic views and a dramatic change in elevation. The drive on the 417-yard par 4 typically calls for a lay up short of Trout Creek, but the tees are occasionally moved up to a tempting 291 yards. The green is the deepest on the course, and is ringed by fi ve deep bunkers and a lone pine.


Teal Bend GC (Sacramento) Turkey Creek GC (Lincoln) Woodcreek GC (Roseville)


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(The Golf Club at) Gray’s Crossing (Truckee) The Dragon at Nakoma Golf Resort (Clio) Old Brockway GC (Kings Beach)


Old Greenwood GC (Truckee)


(Resort at) Squaw Creek (Olympic Valley)


Tahoe Donner GC (Truckee)


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NAPA/SONOMA Adobe Creek GC (Petaluma) Chardonnay GC (Napa) Rooster Run GC (Petaluma)


(The Links at) Bodega Harbour


Windsor GC • • •


NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Greenhorn Creek Resort (Angels Camp)


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SAN FRANCISCO BAY Blue Rock Springs GC (Vallejo)


Deer Ridge CC (Brentwood) Franklin Canyon GC (Hercules)


Half Moon Bay Links/Ocean Lake Chabot GC (Oakland) Mare Island GC (Vallejo) Mira Vista GCC (El Cerrito) Monarch Bay GC – Tony Lema (San Leandro) Poppy Ridge GC (Livermore)


(The Golf Club at) Roddy Ranch (Antioch) San Ramon GC Santa Clara GC Shadow Lakes GC (Brentwood) Shoreline GL (Mountain View)


(The Reserve at) Spanos Park (Stockton) Spring Valley GC (Milpitas) Tilden Park GC (Berkeley)


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MEMBER TEE TIME PORTAL


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