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Deep Cliff Golf Course

Deep Cliff Golf Course

10700 Club House Ln Cupertino, CA 95014-3969 URL:   Course Website

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When you first set eyes on our course, you’ll discover why Deep Cliff is a golfing experience like no other.

Sculpted out of the side of Stevens Creek Reservoir, Deep Cliff has quickly become finest 18-hole executive golf course in Northern California.

We provide the perfect round of golf all year long and are located only 5 minutes off Freeway 280, just north of San Jose.

An executive-length course, this gem is 52-acres that offers a number of amenities: top quality golf course, practice and teaching center.

Course Information for Deep Cliff Golf Course

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole executive length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by CourseCo, Inc.


Deep Cliff Golf Course Information:
General: 18 hole executive length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Clark Glasson
60 par, 3,369 yards
59.0 rating, 96 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $38.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Ryan Bolich, Golf Operations Manager
Golf Professional: John Montalbano


Amenities:
Putting Green
Food & Beverage Available
Pull Carts
Rental Clubs
GPS Available
Driving Range


Rules/Notes:
Walking Allowed
Softspike Facility
PGA Facility

Cupertino, CA

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 119 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Basically an 18 hole executive course First off, if you have a driver carry over 250, chances are that you're going to leave the big stick in the bag. That being said, for what it is, this is a fun little course. None of the holes are really that challenging but a few do force you to make some smart choices as a golfer. Even if you miss, this course isn't really going to bite you too badly. The staff is friendly and the food is pretty good. Overall, if you're look for a quick, easy 18, this course will play just fine for you. If you're looking to work on your game and improve your tactical ability, I'd suggest looking for something a bit harder. August 18, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by convenient location, but course continues to disappoint The front 9 is being renovated (yay! -- it's sorely overdue), so we were confined to the back 9. It was very backed up so pace was slow. Green conditions were very good, but the tee boxes were terrible. I'm not a huge fan of this course because it's largely been about one step up from trying to golf in a random field or forest somewhere. Maybe the renovations will make it better (?). For playing 9 holes, I prefer Blackberry Farm just down the road. August 10, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very comfortable course I've played this course several times. Being a novice player I find this course challenging enough to have fun as well as improving my abilities. The staff has kept the course in good condition for being in such a drastic drought.. Greens are good and the fairways in good condition. The staff was very friendly and instructive. August 7, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by This course has really gone down. The tee boxes are mostly sand. The fairways are dry. I know the drought has a lot to do with it. The greens were fine. August 1, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Drought Damaged but still Fun Deep Cliff is and has been a place my girlfriend and I keep coming back to. The price is right for the course, even more so when using GolfNow to book. The drought has sapped all water from this course so fairways look awful and the tee boxes are a mess. The greens are kept well and pace of play could be improved. (we went on a Sunday...it was pretty slow). The first tee is a short Par 4 under 260 yards with a slight dog leg right. Bunkers to the right and left of the green. Easy to make Birdie or even Eagle if you can land on the green from the tee box. 2nd hole is nice with a slight left of tee pin placement. There is no back stop or sand traps, but the fairway is hard pack dirt and little grass. 3rd hole is short but you have to navigate a few bunkers and a small creek. 4th hole is nice and elevates perhaps 30 feet from tee box to green with a bunker on each side. I find using a 7 or 6 gets me to the green. 5th hole is straight away with a hill to the left. Bounce your shot off of the left hill and you will be great. Slicing right will endanger the 6th tee box. 6th hole is the "longest" and slice shots are gone into the creek. If you can keep it left to right, you will find 2 sand traps and an easy to manage green for birdie or par. 7th hole has the most difficult green, placed on a hill. I have birdied this hole before and you need to really see the green and lie to make a decent putt. 8th hole is straight away with a shallow bunker to the left. Hooking shots = lost golf balls. 9th hole is another Par 4, but this one is easily reachable from a decent driver or 3 wood from the tee. 10th hole is short and similar to hole 2. 11th hole is another par 4, dog leg left. Drive about 150 yards out but keep the ball left and close to the tree line, then up and down shot to the pin. This green is rock hard. 12th Hole is another par 4, big wide open fairway. Great hole with a few bunkers to navigate. 13th hole is like hole 10 but a few yards longer. 5 iron or 6 would suffice. 14th hole is just like hole 13. Hole 15 is great because this is a true par 4 hole. Long sloping tee box to a valley below (I exaggerate) but reachable in 2 shots for birdie or Par. Hole 16 and 17 are very very short. Pitching or Sand wedge. 18th hole is just like hole 4 but a lil shorter. Great place to play, we need rain!!! July 21, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dog track Hello, I have about 15 years of golf experience. This is by far the worst course I have played. Tee boxes are like muddy sand pits and the fairways aren't much better. $35 to play out here is a JOKE. The only bright side I will say is the conditions of the greens. The greens were freshly mowed and the only bright spot on the course. Employees were nice at check-in and the facility was decent. I would not recommend this course to anyone. Thanks July 13, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Gary's Review The tee boxes are all sand, the course condition is poor, they overbooked and the course was jampacked. On the bright side the people were nice the course is fun Lotta par threes and we had a good time. July 13, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good short game practice! Nice staff. I inadvertantly signed up for 9(thru golf now) instead of 18, but they let me play 18 (on a really hot day). Course is showing signs of the drought, but the greens are in still in really nice condition AND it's always a pretty area. Finished 18 in 2 hours (really open due to the heat) and on my way! July 4, 2015
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