Canyon Lakes Country Club, is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in San Ramon, California.
Canyon Lakes first opened for play in 1987. The course was designed by Ted Robinson.
In the foothills of San Ramon, the course, features spectacular vistas of Mt. Diablo the San Ramon Valley and lots of trees, water, and bunkers. There are many hills so cart is needed.
Blue tees: par-71, 6,373 yards, course rating 71.4, slope rating 129.
White tees: par-71, 5,970 yards, course rating 69.7, slope rating 126.
White tees(W): par-71, 5,970 yards, course rating 74.5, slope rating 133.
Red tees(W): par-71, 5,191 yards, course rating 70.6, slope rating 123.
$31 (cart included), played on Tuesday, December 2018 at
Fairways need work. Sand traps are in poor condition. When they water the greens they water the traps. Lot of mud on course when wet
$41 (cart included), played on Saturday, January 2012 at 6am
Great fun course, my fiends and I come out here on a fairly regular basis. The course is forgiving yet challenging and rewarding.
$41 (cart included), played on Tuesday, May 2011 at 8am
This is a great course overall for accuracy shots.. Not recommened for beginners with big slice or duck hook drive. Narrow fairways with tree's, water, or hazard area. Lay up shot on certain holes.
$41 (cart included), played on Thursday, December 2010 at 10am
I am a 19 handicap and this course is challenging for me. The course has a variety of hole layouts with water, elevation changes and narrow fairways. For only $42 for seniors during the week I think it's a deal. We try and play this course every other month. There is nobody on the couse curing the week and you can play fast.
$41 (cart included), played on Monday, October 2010 at 10am
Overall a fun course. Nothing to write home about but enjoyable and the pace of play is usually fast. It has trees, water and elevation changes. I have never had any problem with the staff and on some occasions they have gone out of their way to be extra helpful. Overall maintenance of fairways could be better. Greens are a little slow. Because of water restrictions parts of the course are brown, but it is in an area where you would normally not be concerned with. Senior rate of $42 is fair.
$41 (cart included), played on Thursday, April 2010 at 10am
Played for senior rate, finished round in 3:50, which I think is good. Lacks driving range (has nets), which is a definite minus, but course is in good condition.
$46 (cart included), played on Friday, November 2009 at 8am
I really would like to play this course again to get a real feel for the layout. I thought it presented an interesting challenge and the overall shape of the bunkers, fairways and greens was pretty fair. The price is the biggest sticking point for me. I would be happy to play this course at a rate of $35-40 on a weekday and maybe $50 on a weekend, but the pricing is above that. Once I have a chance to play it again, I will know if it is worthy of being included in my regular rotation.
$26 (cart included), played on Saturday, September 2009 at 4pm
$61 (cart included), played on Friday, July 2009 at 10am
I was able to play this course on a weekend with my teenage son, and they didn't charge a fee for juniors to play. So two of us were able to play for $42, which makes it a good bargain. The layout is not the best, but the course is in decent shape and for a low-key round of golf it was pretty enjoyable.
$71 (cart included), played on Tuesday, April 2006 at 2pm
I'm not sure where this course gets off charging as much as it does, but I wouldn't pay more than $40 to play it. The staff was rude, the layout isn't much and there are definitely better places to play in and around the Tri-Valley area than this. Don't waste your time.
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