Pleasant Hills Golf Course is a Public, golf course facility located in the eastern foothills of the Evergreen Area of San Jose, California
Pleasant Hills golf facility has both a regulation eighteen hole course and an eighteen hole par 3 course.
The course was built in 1960 and designed by Henry Duino.
Pleasant Hills' 18-hole, 72-par course features fast greens and narrow fairways.
The Pleasant Hills Course is a mature, tree-lined course featuring fast greens and narrow fairways. Water hazards come into play on many of the well-bunkered holes.
Their Par 3 Cypress Greens Course can be quite demanding because of its tight fairways.
The course has been closed since 2004 in anticipation of the completion of San Jose's new General Plan, Envision 2040. As of January 2015, the 114 acres is on the market for $114,000,000.00.
This property has high economic potential as a mixed-use development under the City of San Jose's Envision 2040.
Do Not Recall (cart not included), played on Sunday, January 2006 at 2pm
This course no longer exists. It was closed permanently some time in the early 2000s maybe 2003-2004. It is too bad. It was a very good layout, but it was neglected.
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