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Richmond Country Club
1 Markovich Ln
Richmond, CA 94806-1825, United States


510-232-7815
The 188 acre golf course is a championship layout of beautifully maintained fairways, short rough, subtle greens and bunkers that challenge the finest players. The acres of open space and scenic views of the Marin shoreline, San Pablo Bay and coastal hills offer a fabulous golfing experience. The gently rolling hills make it a course that can be walked by young and old alike.
  
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Type:Private
General Manager:Mac Niven
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface


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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
8/12/18 Bryan Dissman 82
6/24/18 Bryan Dissman 74
6/23/18 bpdurkin 95
6/21/18 KIA8161 89
6/20/18 Bryan Dissman 82
6/17/18 Bryan Dissman 82
5/6/18 Bryan Dissman 83
4/15/18 Bryan Dissman 82
3/4/18 Bryan Dissman 76
9/20/17 peteathoe 93
8/11/17 ronvcpa 85
6/17/17 Bryan Dissman 86
6/3/17 Bryan Dissman 79
5/4/17 ronvcpa 94
4/8/17 Bryan Dissman 80
3/11/17 Bryan Dissman 80
2/20/17 Bryan Dissman 38*
12/29/16 ceyoung 78
11/23/16 Bryan Dissman 80
11/20/16 Bryan Dissman 83
11/5/16 Bryan Dissman 85
10/29/16 jhawk99 91
9/23/16 peteathoe 94
9/22/16 rkedwards 98
9/21/16 rkedwards 100
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  hpinsf - 12/17/13
4 1/2 stars all around. It's a very pretty old traditional style course with rolling hills and slight doglegs. Most of the holes are beautifully framed by tall old eucalyptus trees. In line with typical old traditional California courses, many of the par 3's are long and tough, while you get a respite on some of the shorter par 4s. If you hit it straight here, you'll be rewarded with a low scoring day. Greens are tough, but not unfair. With all the Bay Area private course gems, this course is certainly an under the radar sleeper.
  nygabe - 12/10/10
  Matt Hilburn - 6/7/10
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