Mammoth Golf Courses
sky-high golf courses will entice seasoned and novice players alike.
Come test the elevation on your game. Reservations and tee off times
are recommended at all courses. Call ahead and tell them the Mammoth
City Concierge sent you. Be sure to ask to play a few holes or a
game with the club pro, if you are up for the challenge.
Sierra Star Golf Course is one of the most challenging alpine courses
in the world. Designed by world-renowned golf course architect Cal
Olsen, of Newport Beach. This 18-hole, Par-71 course has been designed
to U.S.G.A. standards and is great for both pros and beginners.
Tree-lined fairways, well-trapped greens, tranquil lakes and streams,
and beautiful views punctuate the design. Nestled within a shelter
of Jeffrey Pines and White Fir, each hole offers its own spectacular
view. Tree-lined fairways, well-trapped greens, and numerous lakes
and ponds make this course another challenging golf experience for
the low handicap golfer, and also very enjoyable for the occasional
recreational and beginner player. 760-934-4563
Sierra Star Golf Club is open to the public for regular play and reduced rates for twilight golf
(after 2:00PM) Friday through Sunday. Green fees are less expensive Monday through Thursday. All daily green
fees include a cart. Pull carts are also available for those who
would like to walk.
Snowcreek Golf Course
The Snowcreek course is a Par-35, 9-hole course for all abilities.
Surrounded by Mammoth Meadows, this course has unobstructed views
of Mammoth and the Sherwin Ridge. A driving range is available for
those needing a little practice to perfect their game. Snowcreek
was designed by one of America's foremost Golf Course Architects
Ted Robinson of Laguna Niguel, California. Robinson has designed
over 140 courses worldwide, and in the process has become well known
as one of America's most imaginative and innovative golf course
architects. Currently nine holes are completed with the length of
the par 35 course at 3250 yards, a slope of 124, and a rating of
69.2. Junior Golf Leagues are set up throughout the season for school
age boys and girls. Available for all level of players. Snowcreek is noted
for its elevated greens, multiple bunkers, and extensive use of
tranquil lakes and streams. They also have a driving range where you can shag some balsl.
Snowcreek Golf Course 760-934-6633
Bishop Country Club Take a swing on Bishop's picturesque 18-hole golf course.
Bishop has an almost all year round very scenic course. They get started
early in the season and stay open later as the weather is less severe.
Rated by players as one of the finest and most beautiful 18-hole championship
courses anywhere, Bishop Golf Course tests golfers of all levels with
water on all but two holes. Lush, green, tree-lined fairways and generous
greens, coupled with spectacular mountain scenery, make a round on
the public course a memorable outing. Bishop Country Club 760-873-5828
Mt. Whitney Golf Course In Lone Pine, the Mt. Whitney golf course offers nine holes beneath the magnificent Mt. Whitney herself. This beautiful manicured course is set amid the gorgeous Alabama hills, with Mt Whitney towering in the backdrop. You will appreciate not only the magnificent scenery; but the challenging course as well. The Golf Course is located just across the road from the Alabama Hills Inn. Mt. Whitney Golf Club 760-876-5795
Furnace Creek Golf CourseIn Death Valley, the 18-hole Furnace Creek is the world's
lowest golf course at 214 feet below sea level, yet is an oasis
championship course. Originally opened in 1931, the course underwent
a major renovation in 1997 by world-renowned golf course architect
Perry Dye. Due to the elevation of the course, a slightly greater
gravity and barometric pressure force are present. Frequent golfers
have noticed a distinct difference in how the ball responds in relation
to other courses at or above sea level. Furnace Creek Golf Course