General InfoSunol Valley Golf Club, located in Sunol, Calif., features two championship courses. It offers various amenities, such as carts, practice greens and club rentals, as well as maintains banquet facilities and a players bar and grill. The golf club uses high-precision survey grade equipment that is recorded by trained professionals certified by SkyGolf. The golf courses amenities include greens, bunkers, water hazards, lay ups and other course features. Sunol Valley Golf Club operates a pro shop that features a variety of golfing shoes, golf bags, apparel and merchandise, as well as Nike's Tiger clothing line. Its pros also provide information regarding tournaments, lessons, junior golf, and men's and women's club.
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I played the Cypress course and the greens were in great shape. Played on a Saturday at 10:00 and was expecting a normal 5 hr plus round on a weekend. Got 18 holes in about 4hrs 10 min. Then I paid just a cart fee and played the Palm course. The staff was really friendly and the pre-round breakfast was great as well. I play courses all over the bay and very much enjoyed my round there.
Just got the Siri app on my phone and was curious about the really old reviews for this golf course. Here is an updated review. Played there on the day after Thanksgiving, always a hectic day of golf no matter where you play. They had a little frost delay and we went out an hour and a half late. Can't control mother nature. The staff behind the counter was very friendly and we were surprised we played within 4.5 hours. Contrary to previous reviews, we saw a ranger on each course and they were very friendly. The course conditions were pretty good but the greens were in excellent condition. Probably one of the best for an older public course. I would recommend you play Sunol.
Dont even bother going, too windy, people are so up-tight. Some people even tool our golf balls when we were playing. The rangers nag on you, if someones behind you and no one in front even if you just started the front or back nine. Rather go somewhere else and spend ten or moer dollars than go back there.
Avoid this course at all costs - its cheap and there's a reason for it. People hitting into you from all angles, our group was hit into 4 times in the first 3 holes (Palm Course). The holes are aligned to encourage stray balls. And only one marshall for 36 holes? Nice cheap way to spend your day, if you have 5-6 hours to spare...
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