Look for views of Yosemite National Park and the snow-capped Sierra Nevadas from the 18 holes of championship golf at Saddle Creek Resort in California’s Gold Country. The Carter Morrish-designed, meandering layout is scattered with lakes and 100+ bunkers, and menaced by the arms of huge valley oaks, a criss-crossing creek and multi-level greens.
The resort continues to gain awards, including 16th best public access course in the state of by Golfweek Magazine in 2012; Golf Digest voted it 7th best new upscale golf course in the U.S., rating 4.5 stars.
Saddle Creek Resort is offering a special “9-Holes Plus” deal on Friday and Saturday afternoons through September, 2012.
Play after 4 p.m. for just $45 including all the holes you can play, cart, range balls, and your first post-round drink is just $1.
Founder/editor of BestGolfResortsofTheWorld.com, Karen Misuraca is a travel and golf writer from the California Wine Country. She blogs golf travel here and writes about culture and eco-travel at DeepCultureTravel.com. Check out Karen's new iPhone app, California Coast North.