Palo Alto Hills Golf & Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Palo Alto, California.
Palo Alto Hills Golf & Country Club first opened for play in 1958. This par-71 course was designed by Clark Glasson. In 1999 the course was up-dated and redesigned by Robert Muir Graves.
Set amongst the beauty of 128 acres of rolling hills and nestled next to the protected open space of the Arastradero Preserve, Palo Alto Hills Golf & Country Club offers incomparable Bay Area vistas. Palo Alto Hills Golf & Country Club offers a challenging, yet rewarding golf experience. With the many elevation changes and undulating greens some say %u201Cyou will never play the same course twice%u201D. However, with our panoramic views and park like setting, you might just want to enjoy the scenery if your game is having an off day.
Stepping onto the first tee your breath will be taken away with sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay to your right and the rolling hills of Palo Alto and the Arastradero Wild Life Preserve to your left. This beauty continues throughout the course%u2019s 18 holes making a unique golf experience for Members and Guests.
Back tees men: 6,269 yards for a course rating is 71.8 and a slope rating of 134.
Middle tees men: 6,005 yards for a course rating is 70.5 and a slope rating of 132.
Front tees men: 5,605 yards for a course rating is 68.8 and a slope rating of 126.
Back tees women: 6,269 yards for a course rating is 75.3 and a slope rating of 137.
Middle tees women: 6,005 yards for a course rating is 73.3 and a slope rating of 133.
Front tees women: 5,605 yards for a course rating is 70.7 and a slope rating of 129.
Extensive practice facilities and three full-time PGA / LPGA Teaching Professionals assist Members with improving their skills on the course.
$76 (cart included), played on Thursday, May 2010 at noon
Beautiful private course. Typical layout for the peninsula with a lot of up and down fairways. The course has improved over the past few years. Very well maintained, fairways and greens are in great condition. If you get an invite jump on it! The dining on the outdoor deck overlooking 18 is a must. Views of the green and large waterfall spilling in the lake make a great backdrop.
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