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Whitney Oaks is one of Northern California’s most spectacular golf destinations.
Whitney Oaks is one of Northern California’s most spectacular golf destinations. Professional golf legend Johnny Miller and Santa Rosa architect Fred Bliss designed this challenging 6,800-yard course where water or wetlands come into play on every hole. These natural surroundings play host to various indigenous animals such as mallards, beavers, coyotes and deer. Though the wildlife help add to the splendor of your experience, the course itself is what makes Whitney Oaks unique. Thousands of majestic live oaks, an abundance of well-placed bunkers, enormous granite outcroppings and an ever-changing topography highlight this championship layout with bentgrass greens full of subtle and sometimes striking contours to challenge even the most seasoned golfers.
From Sacramento, heading east, take Highway 65 to Lincoln/Marysville.
Take Pleasant Grove Boulevard exit to the right and go 3.5 miles to Whitney Oaks Drive (Pleasant Grove turns into Park Drive at the Sunset intersection).
Turn left on to Whitney Oaks drive.
Make the first right on to Clubhouse Drive, clubhouse is on your left.
Mammoth Bar OHV Area is part of the Auburn State Recreation Area. It is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills about thirty miles northeast of Sacramento.
Foresthill has an outstanding, nearly 100 mile OHV trail system suitable for both motorcycles and ATVs less than 50 inches in overall width.
The Little Bald Mountain Trail begins near the historic Robinson Flat Guard Station.