Drive about an hour west of Reno-Tahoe and you’ll find a cluster of Graeagle golf courses to satisfy almost any player. Graeagle is in the center of Mohawk Valley and is Plumas County’s golfing Mecca.
Less than 10-minutes from downtown Graeagle, you’ll find legendary 18-hole courses such as Graeagle Meadows Golf Course, Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club, Plumas Pines Golf Resort, and Nakoma Golf Resort. Nearby, Feather River Park Resort and Feather River Inn Golf Course both offer smaller courses. Drive an extra five minutes from the center of town and you’ll find the challenging and picturesque Grizzly Ranch Golf Course.
Graeagle Golf Course: Feather River Inn Golf Course
This Plumas County course began in 1915 as a practice facility for travelers in the High Sierras who wanted to brush up on their game. Now, this par three track stays true to its original design concept and offers a course that is enjoyable, well kept, and rewarding in play.
Graeagle Golf Course: Feather River Park Resort
Play a challenging practice round for the one of the nearby championship 18-hole courses at Feather River Park Resort‘s nine-hole golf course. Views of meadows, canyons, and dozens of lakes will surround you while you play. This wooded par 35 golf course has pine trees lining its fairways and a water hazard coming into play.
Graeagle Golf Course: Graeagle Meadows Golf Course
Experience 6,725 yards of extreme golf at Graeagle Meadows Golf Course, with lofty pines, lots of water and elevated tees that offer the ultimate golf experience. It’s no surprise that Golf Digest includes this 18-hole championship course on its list of Best Places to Play.
Graeagle Golf Course: Grizzly Ranch Golf Club
Experience the No. 1 public course in the Sierra Nevada according to Golf Digest at the Grizzly Ranch Golf Club. This 18-hole course with a sprawling par-72 layout features five sets of tees, generous fairways with wide landing zones and a mountainous landscape with elevations ranging from 4,800 to 5,400 feet. Golfers can play a seemingly endless combination of shots bordered on two sides by protected federal land.
Graeagle Golf Course: Plumas Pines Golf Resort
Experience this 18 hole championship golf course’s elegant beauty, gorgeous greens, and diverse play. Plumas Pines Golf Resort runs along the Feather River, and its tree-lined fairways are always in near-pristine condition, giving golfers a scenic and enjoyable time on the links.
Graeagle Golf Course: Nakoma Resort
Play this 18-hole championship golf course and experience picture-postcard views of the Sierra Buttes from every tee. The recently re-engineered Dragon golf course promises to provide a challenging, yet enjoyable game. The course debuted as one of America’s Top 75 according to Golf World and was designed by Robin Nelson, who also created the famous Dunes at Mauna Lani on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Graeagle Golf Course: Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club
Carved from the natural terrain of the Mohawk Valley, native grasses, California poppies and blue lupine frame Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club’s fairways. Seven streams flow through the pine, cedar, fir, and aspen trees to create ponds and waterfalls on this challenging course. This par-71 Dick Bailey-designed course plays 6,983 yards, and with four sets of tees for each hole.