Paradise Valley and Rancho Solano Golf Courses
Two Distinctive Golf Courses, One Unforgettable Experience

 

Paradise Valley and Rancho Solano are conveniently located midway between San Francisco and Sacramento and just minutes from beautiful wine country.  The courses are located approximately 10 minutes from one another which makes it possible to play both courses the same day.

 

Paradise Valley has an impressive, well-maintained layout that is enhanced by beautiful oak tree studded fairways and meandering creeks.  It’s a favorite for those that enjoy a walking round of golf, and is playable for golfers of all abilities.  For the more experienced golfer, the length of over 7,000 yards from the tips will provide plenty of challenges.  Paradise Valley Course Video

Course designer: Robert Muir Graves & Damian Pascuzzo

Awards:  Voted #1 Golf Course by the readers of The Reporter for 15 years

                  Voted #2 Golf Course by the readers of Daily Republic 5 years

Rancho Solano is known for having a country-club-like setting, but even more recognized for having some of the largest greens in Northern California that can prove quite challenging.  The golf course has beautiful rolling terrain set in the foothills, with greens being reminiscent of Scottish links.  Several lakes, elevated tees and well-placed bunkers provide interesting features that contribute to the excitement of playing Rancho Solano.  Rancho Solano  Course Video   
 

Course designer: Gary Roger Baird

Awards: Voted #1 Golf Course by the readers of Daily Republic for 10 years

                 Voted #2 Golf Course by the readers of The Reporter for 15 years

                 Voted, “Worth the Green Fee” Greenskeeper.org 2005, 2017 & 2018

For events and catering:  The Clubhouse at Paradise Valley or The Clubhouse at Rancho Solano

 

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