For a crappy golfer I’ve played a lot of great courses. I’ve decided to keep track of them here, before I forget.

  • The Bridges of Rancho Santa Fe, Rancho Valencia, CA
  • Calabasas Golf and Country Club, Calabasas, CA
  • Chuck Corica Golf Complex – Earl Fry Course, Alameda, CA
  • Eastmoreland Golf Course, Portland, OR
  • Golden Gate Park Golf Course (9-hole), San Francisco CA
  • Haggin Oaks Golf Complex – Alister MacKenzie Course, Sacramento, CA
  • Harding Park, San Francisco
  • Indian Palms Country Club, Indio, CA
  • Indian Valley Golf Club, Novato, CA
  • Kiahuna Golf Club, Koloa, HI
  • Lake Merced Golf Club, Daly City, CA
  • Lake Tahoe Golf Club, South Lake Tahoe, CA
  • Lincoln Park, San Francisco
  • Little River Golf & Resort, Pinehurst, NC
  • Mayacama Golf Club, Santa Rosa, CA
  • Metropolitan Golf Links, Oakland, CA
  • Moose Run – Hill Course, Anchorage, AK
  • Murphy Creek Golf Course, Aurora, CO
  • Olympic Club – Lake Course, San Francisco
  • Pinehurst #2, Pinehurst, NC
  • Pinehurst #8, Pinehurst, NC
  • Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course, Castle Rock, CO
  • Ross Bridge Golf Resort and Spa, Birmingham, AL
  • Russian Jack Springs (9-hole), Anchorage, AK
  • Sharp Park, Pacifica
  • Sonoma National, Sonoma, CA
  • South Suburban Golf Course (9-hole), Centennial, CO
  • Stonetree Golf Club, Novato, CA
  • Stonebrae – TPC San Francisco Bay, Hayward, CA
  • Sunnyvale Municipal Golf Course, Sunnyvale, CA
  • Talamore Golf Club, Southern Pines, NC
Ross Bridge Golf Course, Birmingham, Alabama: one of the more fun and memorable courses I’ve had the fortune to lose a sleeve on

What is your favorite course that you’ve only played once?