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Golf Courses in Santa Cruz County

GolfSeascape Golf Course
Located so close to the ocean that you can hear the waves crash. You can have both 18- and 9-hole courses over 6,000 yards, situated between cypress tress. SGC also has an on-site Nike Golf learning center. Price range: $23-$72 depending on day and time.
610 Clubhouse Drive, Aptos, 688-3213.

 

 

DeLaveaga Golf Course
401 Upper Park Road, Santa Cruz, 831-423-7214, delaveagagolf.com  Offers an 18- or 9-hole course and driving range plus cart rentals. The driving range has 40 stalls so you are almost guaranteed a spot. Offers an 18- or 9-hole course and driving range plus cart rentals. The driving range has 40 stalls so you are almost guaranteed a spot. If you buy a County Discount Card you can save each time you play. The card is $50 and if you are a Santa Cruz County resident simply show a valid form of i.d. (driver’s license, water bill) at the pro shop to purchase your card. You save around 25 percent off green fees for one year from the date of purchase. Course prices range from $34 to $60.

Pasatiempo Golf Course
20 Clubhouse Road, Santa Cruz, 831-459-9155, pasatiempo.com A semi-private golf club, which makes certain tee times available to the public. It offers a driving range, golf carts, golf instruction and club rentals. The course has a mandatory dress code, so be sure to dress appropriately. The price ranges from $150-$175 depending on the day.

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