Micke Grove Golf Links is a links style golf course located in California's Central Valley. Large Bent Grass greens, eight lakes, and forty-two sand bunkers await to challenge players. Situated among a cluster of vineyards, Micke Grove's layout is highlighted by the signature 14th hole: a 179 yard, par 3 carry over water.
A very challenging municipal course that is particularly good in the winter. Long with lots of trees and traps. Opened in 1965, the golf course features a Jack Fleming design (he was construction superintendent for Alistair McKenzie) of a natural, old style, easily walkable layout amongst many huge oak and walnut trees.
Named for the Tule Elk, which once roamed the nearby landscape, Elkhorn Golf Club is a club for avid golfers. With an active calendar of social events and facilities for Special Events, along with its challenging golf course and year-round tournament programs, Elkhorn Golf Club provides golf enthusiasts a great time on and off the course.
The 18-hole ""Manteca Park"" course at the Manteca Park Golf Course is the most popular golf course in the Central Valley and the only municipal facility to host a national colleegiate event, The NCAA Western Intercollegiate.
Muni`s picturesque tree-lined course has been a hub for local golfers for over 60 years. Unlike some short executive 9-hole courses, this course offers full-length holes and small, level greens, which makes it ideal for juniors, seniors, families and those with time for only a quick round.
With its distinctive character and challenging design, WildHawk Golf Club has quickly become one of Sacramento's most sought after public golf courses. Boasting some of the best greens in the area, this 18-hole championship golf course also features four sets of tees, interesting water features and unique shaped bunkers - all of which add excitement to any golf experience.