18 hole championship course tucked in the foothills of Pittsburg. The original nine opened in 1947. The latter nine opened in 1991. The 6,317 yd. course consists of rolling hills, mature eucalyptus trees lining the fairways,and spectacular Delta views with Mt. Diablo in the background.The facility also has a wounderful all grass driving range on site. Delta View is a perennial Northern California Golf Digest top 25 pick.Join us for breakfast and lunch served at the 19th Pub and Grille which is located at the golf course premises.
This hole is short at only 287 yards from the white tees. A long iron or 3-wood is recommended to set up for a demanding second shot over water and bunker.
This dogleg left par five is reachable in two for the longer hitters. The second shot is semi-blind over a hazard and slightly up hill. If you play it safe, your second shot should stay right in order to set up a short third shot to a large green.
This is a straight par three usually with a cross wind that will knock your ball down. If you miss it, miss to the left because right is out of bounds.
This is a risk and reward par four. Long hitters aim at the smoke stacks and let it fly, Out of bounds lines the right side and the water comes into play on the left side. To be safe, lay up with a long iron or a fairway wood to the left. This will leave a mid to short iron approach to a long and narrow green.
This is a short par five reachable for a great eagle opportunity. This depends on how much of the hill you cut off. You should be left with a fairway wood to mid iron left for your second shot. Be careful of the bunker just short of the green it will catch all errant second shots.
Great par three with the wind that changes directions day to day. At 145 yards you will hit anything from a 9 iron to a 3 iron depending on the wind.
One of the toughest driving holes on the course; the tee box lines you up to the right. It is recommended to hit a long iron or fairway wood. This will leave you with a mid to short iron to an uphill blind green but the pin is visible.
With a beautiful view of the Delta, this dramatic par four is reachable off the tee. The ideal shot is a high fade just left of the bunker. Avoid out of bounds on the right side at all costs.
The signature hole is a demanding par three over water to a sloping green from back to front. This hole will yield lots of big numbers. Good luck!
The hole is a great opportunity for a birdie. This is a par four which is straight ahead with a kidney-shaped green that slopes back to front. A bunker protects the front left side of the green.
This long par five is a three shot hole except for the longest hitters. Keep your drive to the right side of the fairway to get the maximum distance on your drive. Make sure that you choose the right club on your approach shot to this long narrow green.
A short dogleg right demands an accurate drive approximately 200 to 220 yards off the tee. This will give you the best look at the green for a birdie.
Great birdie chance from a short downhill par three that only plays 99 to 138 yards. This hole has yielded the most aces in course history. Good luck!
This sharp dogleg right can be cut in half for the long hitters with a carry of 240 yards off the white tees. Most people will hit a driver down the shoot which leaves a 3-wood or long iron to a large green (well-bunkered on the left side) and O.B. on the right.
Great par three! This down hill par three demands an accurate shot, well-bunkered on the left side and heavily sloped on the right. The green has two tiers right and left.
With a birds eye view from atop this tee box looking down an intimidating fairway, a tee shot from right to left is preferred to set you up for a mid to short iron. Avoid the right side at all cost. The mid-size green demands an accurate approach shot and a sharp putter!
One of the most demanding tee shots on the course, that slopes from left to right, with hazards on both sides. A good tee shot will leave you with a mid to short iron to one of the easiest greens on the course. Take your par and move on.
What a great way to finish that Dr. Alister Mackenzie designed. Driver or 3-wood off the tee is the club of choice. With hazard on the right and trees lining the left, try to keep this one in the middle. An approach shot that needs to stay between the oaks and over the water, makes this a demanding shot to a mid to large green that is hard to read. Par here is a great score.