This Robert Trent Jones Jr. design opened in 1990, and measures 6,886 yards from the championship tees. Fairly flat, this Wine Country course makes up what it lacks in elevation change with tricky water and sand placements. The vistas of the course are typical for the region-- spectacular. Green fees for this three-and-a-half star Marin course are in the $35-$75 range.
The 18-hole course at the Adobe Creek Golf Course facility in Petaluma, California features 6,886 yards from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 73.8 and it has a slope rating of 131.Just off Highway 101 in Petaluma, you’ll discover a highly rated championship golf course carefully etched into Sonoma County’s beautiful landscape. This 18-hole links-style course will awaken all of your competitive instincts with long, contoured fairways, bent grass greens and four sets of tees. The 5,743 yard forward tees are rated at 69.4/120. the 6,886 yard back tees, rated at 73.8/131, prove to be a stern test of golf for the low, single-digit handicap player. Along the way, a meandering stream, five lakes and 72 bunkers may come into play. To help you give Adobe Creek Golf Club your best shot, there are full practice facilities with a grass driving range, chipping/putting greens and a practice bunker. Adobe Creek's superb location has something for everyone. Historic downtown Petaluma, with its carefully preserved Victorians and ironfront buildings offers a charming array of shops and boutiques. Petaluma Sky Ranch Airport and the new boat marina are both close by and there are dozens of world-class wineries just a short drive away. In less than one hour you can cross the Golden Gate Bridge and explore scenic San Francisco.