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Last Updated: December 21, 2016

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Date Course
Oct 28San Juan Oaks
Nov 04Lake Chabot
Nov 11Las Positas
Nov 18Turkey Shoot
Dec 02Metropolitan Links
Dec 09Poppy Hills
Dec 16Sunnyvale - President's Cup
Jan 06Shoreline
Jan 13Sunnyvale
Date Course
Jan 20Coyote Creek - Valley Course
Jan 27Moffett Field
Feb 03San Juan Oaks
Feb 10Sunnyvale
Feb 17Crystal Springs
Feb 24Boundary Oak
Mar 03Franklin Canyon
Mar 10Sunnyvale
Mar 17San Jose Muni
Date Course
Mar 24Moffett Field
Mar 31No Golf - Easter
Apr 07Las Positas
Apr 14Callippe
Apr 21Sunnyvale(Day 1)
Apr 28Sunnyvale(Day 2)
May 05Pacific Grove
May 12Moffett Field
May 19Tracy G&CC
Date Course
May 26No Golf - Memorial Day
Jun 02Coyote - Valley
Jun 09Sunnyvale
Jun 16Crazy Horse
Jun 23Los Lagos


Tournament: 01-27-18 -- MOFFETT FIELD
Tournament Director: Larry Lopez (408-470-9476)
Format: Point Par, Split Tees. First starting time is 9:06 AM.
Max # of players: 20
Cost per player: $56 - no cart.
Cut-off date: 01-18-18
Other: The Golf Club at Moffett Field features a 18-hole golf course and is located near Mountain View, California. The course measures 6,572 yards from the back tees and plays to a par of 72 . Probably the best greens we play during the entire season. Get in quick - this course typically fills up. The former military course has been modernized and upgraded and is accessible to invited guests. It now features meandering fairways, large sand features and elevated tees. There is a terrific new practice area designed to improve your putting and chipping game. This is a beautiful location with spectacular views that have always made the course a popular and attractive destination...not to mention the red tail hawks, burrowing owls, and vast array of other bird and animal species that make the place a veritable wildlife preserve.
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We are past the cut-off. Contact Larry Lopez (408-470-9476) to see if there are any openings.
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Tournament: 02-03-18 -- SAN JUAN OAKS
Tournament Director: John Szarka (831-636-1408)
Format: Point Par, Split Tees. First starting time is 9:00 AM.
Max # of players: 16
Cost per player: $83 includes cart.
Cut-off date: 01-26-18
Other: Driving range available.

What can you say about San Juan Oaks? If you have never played it before, you have to play it at least once. It is a premier golf course down in Ridgemark, designed by Freddy Couples and has had a PGA exhibition event held there one year. The greens have always been one of the best in the area, and the practice range is second to none.


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Tournament: 02-10-18 -- SUNNYVALE
Tournament Director: Dave Olivo (669-214-1211)
Format: Point Par, Split Tees. First starting time is 8:00 AM.
Max # of players: 28
Cost per player: $60 - No Cart.
Cut-off date: 02-01-18
Other: Course Designer – Clark Glasson. Among his works are: Palo Alto Hills Country Club 1962, Sunken Gardens Golf Club 1955, Sunnvale Golf Club 1969, and Fall River Valley Country Club in 1980.
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Tournament: 02-17-18 -- CRYSTAL SPRINGS
Tournament Director: Jim Perko (408-739-1159)
Format: Point Par, Split Tees. First starting time is 10:00 AM.
Max # of players: 16
Cost per player: $73 includes cart.
Cut-off date: 02-06-18
Other: The azure-blue Crystal Springs Reservoir that you can see sparkling in the sunshine as you drive down I-280 in Hillsborough is also the site of one of the Bay Area’s most unique golf courses. The first dam was built here in 1888 to create a reservoir, part of the San Francisco watershed, that fills a portion of the rift valley of the San Andreas Fault. The course came later, in 1924, the design of William Herbert Fowler, a noted British golf architect who pioneered in designing courses that naturally followed the lay of the land as does Crystal Springs. Besides working on many famous courses in the British Isles, Fowler did golf designs on the East and West coasts of the United States. Most of his basic design remains, although some holes were rerouted in the 80 years since the course was built. At 6,628 yards, this par-72 course offers you a true championship test with a slope of 124 from the back tees. But if you play from the middle or forward tees, you’ll find Crystal Springs manageable and enjoyable for all skill levels. Among the tests you will face are well-bunkered greens and rolling hillsides that will amaze you with their uneven lies. The course generally slopes downward toward the reservoir. Over the past few years, they have greatly improved the drainage and irrigation on the course so that conditions are excellent and also friendly to the environment. The course is known for it’s wildlife – 61 different kinds of birds, mule deer and bobcat are in abundance here. Watch for the red-tailed hawks, the American kestrel and the ever-present turkey vultures wheeling high overhead.
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