This scenic little 3,074-yard, nine-hole layout runs right along the American River near the J Street Bridge. Although owned ... More
Campus Commons Golf Course
This scenic little 3,074-yard, nine-hole layout runs right along the American River near the J Street Bridge. Although owned and operated by Sacramento State University, Campus Commons Golf Course is open to the public. While there are some testing holes, this course is considered a good course for beginners or for a quick round after work. Wind can be a factor both for your golf shots and your skin.
This place use to be very run down and not in good shape. Since they closed and reopened it has changed for the better! It is now a very nice little 9 hole course, the greens are good and the fairways are well kept. This very good beginner course or short game as it is mostly par 3's. The price is not horrible either!
I like the golf course layout for a short 9 hole but
the price is too much for this course, $15. The fairway and greens are okay. You have think bladed grass on the fairway with goose droppings and bumpy tall grass on the greens.
This course plays much like it used to, the three holes that play right along the river make this a good course to play. you can't hit a fade on hole 5, or a hook on holes 7 and 8, or you will be teeing up again. This is a fine par 3 course, (although holes 3 and 7 are very short par 4's) but the price used to be the reason i would go here ($10 for 9), now after they reopened, the price went up but the course plays the same. ($13 & $15 for 9). I would recommend you play this course for the 3 river holes, but there are much better values in the area.
This place used to be one of the good deals for golf, as this course is not in that great of shape, that being next the river, so its no possible.
however having said that, its now 13$ for 9 holes weekday and $15 weekend, thats MORE THAN LAND PARK! which blows this course out of the "river water".
I scoffed at the price in person, lady at the counter said its on "par" with what the average course charges. I said this course is NOT the average course tho! I just laughed and walked out. what a joke
Just finished the first round there since they reopened. It's very pretty little 9 holer. A bit more difficult than I expected. A combination the afternoon wind and tight fairways being the main challenges. A great addition to the neighborhood, but I doubt I'd travel far just to play here.
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