Chuck Corica Golf Complex -The North - Earl Fry, is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Alameda, California.
The Earl Fry Golf Course was originally designed by William Park Bell in 1929 also known as the Alameda Golf Course. It was partially redesigned by Desmond Muirhead in 1967. This parkland course features tree lined fairways, lush greens and water in play on 13 holes.
Black tees: par-71, 6,339 yards, course ranking 70.4, slope ranking 121.
Blue tees: par-71, 6,037 yards, course ranking 68.8, slope ranking 117.
White tees: par-71, 5,708 yards, course ranking 67.5, slope ranking 112.
Red tees: par-71, 5,285 yards, course ranking 69.9, slope ranking 113.
$41 (cart not included), played on Sunday, August 2017 at 9:33 PM
Course is great for high handicap players. It is fairly flat with few obstacles.
$21 (cart not included), played on Monday, April 2014 at 10am
The course was in excellent condition, especially the greens and the staff was very cordial. We played behind some regulars who played at a leisurely pace for nine holes. There were backups at every tee on the front 9. After they left the pace was ok, but it was still turned into a 5 hr. round.
$31 (cart included), played on Sunday, May 2008 at 2pm
The fairways need more upkeep. The greens were in great condition. At that time of day 3:00 PM the rate was $25,w/cart, is a better value non res
$26 (cart not included), played on Wednesday, November 2009 at 8am
It's nice to see that Alameda can maintain an excellent municipal golf facility while San Francisco doesn't have a clue. Nice walking course (no hills); not too hard and I always meet nice people there.
$21 (cart included), played on Tuesday, September 2009 at 10am
$21 (cart not included), played on Wednesday, January 2009 at 8am
$16 (cart not included), played on Saturday, October 2008 at 6am
Popular, good value, loyal players, draws players from a wide area. Nice people play this course. It's addictive because an average player can par any one of the holes at some time or another but very few, even the pros, can par it every time; but, in their mind they think they can.
$36 (cart included), played on Sunday, May 2008 at 6am
I play this complex every weekend. For the price, it's not bad. For Two 18 hole courses owned by the city, even with tournaments, a single can get on. The Earl Fry North Course is the preferred course to play. The grass is different and the play involves more water, but offers more birdie attempts.
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