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Tee it up at these Sacramento golf courses

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or the next Tiger Woods, these 16 golf courses in Sacramento are sure to make for a good round.


A lot of work can get done on golf courses — just not by us.

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Wanting to spend some time on the links? Whether you’re looking to connect outdoors with friends or you’re honing in on the perfect swing, here are 16 golf courses to book a tee time at around Sacramento.

Public courses

Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course, 8301 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento | While it may be the city’s newest golf course, it still has the amenities you’d expect, like a restaurant and pro shop.

William Land Golf Course, 1701 Sutterville Rd., Sacramento | These nine holes are suitable for all levels of play.

Bing Maloney Golf Complex, 6801 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento | Kids and adults alike can sign up for lessons to bring their game to a new level.

Haggin Oaks Golf Course, 3645 Fulton Ave., Sacramento | Not feeling like playing a whole round? Grab a beer and hit the driving range.


Enjoy beautiful views during your buddy’s swing at Valley Hi.

Members only

Del Paso Country Club, 3333 Marconi Ave., Sacramento | PGA Professionals are on-hand to give you the top tips your game needs.

Granite Bay Golf Club, 9600 Golf Club Dr., Granite Bay | These recently-renovated 18 holes stretch across 7,000+ yards of greenery.

Serrano Country Club, 5005 Serrano Pkwy., El Dorado Hills | Grab a drink in the 34,000-sqft clubhouse after your tee time.

Valley Hi Country Club, 9595 Franklin Blvd., Elk Grove | Bring the kids — this course is home to one of the top 50 kids instructors in the nation.


Nothing like a little local love while mini-golfing.

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Just puttin’ around

Underground Mini Golf, 1028 Second St., Sacramento | Putt through 18 holes at this Gold Rush-inspiried course.

Tipsy Putt, 630 K St., Ste. 120, Sacramento | Formerly known as Flatstick Pub, this course is steps away from Golden 1 Center — perfect for a little post-Kings game fun.

Sac Town Family Fun, 12401 Folsom Blvd. Ste. 105, Rancho Cordova | After you putt across the pirate + mermaid-themed course, test your mettle with a few VR games.

Golfland Sunsplash, 1893 Taylor Rd., Roseville | Two 18-hole courses are complimented by an arcade and water park — a perfect summertime stop.


Grab your pals and hit the bay at Topgolf.

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Something a little different

X-Golf, 2085 Vine St., Ste. 201, El Dorado Hills | Step into the future and work on your game at this unique golf simulator.

Topgolf, 1700 Freedom Way, Roseville | Three floors of bays to wack balls out of while you pound beers and fill up on food? Say less.

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