Napa Golf Course at Kennedy Park
2295 Streblow Dr
Napa, CA 94558-6211, United States

Napa Golf Course is a parkland-style layout with water in play on 14 holes. In addition to hosting U.S. Open qualifying in 1972, Napa GC also hosted qualifying site for several PGA Tour events at the nearby Silverado Country Club from the late 1960s to the late 1970s.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$40 - $49
   Weekend:$50 - $59
General Manager:Tom Sims, PGA (DoG)
Superintendent:Neil Hladik
Guest Policy:open
Season Start:Year-round
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes
Water Hazards:Heavy
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Reviews

  dchurich52 - 4/27/15
fairways green and tees real bad shape.
  Ken K. - 8/31/13
Fairways and greens in bad condition. The golf club wont be going back anytime soon.
  Stormin Norman61 - 8/11/13
I really like the course layout and it's very challenging. The grass needs care though, too many bald spots even on the greens and when you hit an approach shot 10' in front of the green it shouldn't bounce 90 deg. left or right. Scenery is beautiful and lots of water everywhere, 10 or more of the holes have water in play. Loving this course.
  Cit.Col - 11/26/12
Nice muni with very picturesque views. Greens and fairways in good condition, but water plays a big part in this course. Once it has rained and the wet season sets in, conditions are sloppy.

Play hard!
  TJones123 - 7/11/11
"hidden" for a reason. It's a decent track, but a typical muni. Bare patches all over, greens the size of postage stamps. Good place to learn.
  hpinsf - 8/22/10
Holes 1 and 2 are interesting enough, but holes 3 through 8 are very bland. However, holes 9 through 18 are quite pretty and is a great stretch of golf (especially 9 -13) These holes have a lot of beautiful trees, visual variety, and solid framing.
  sanchezrobt - 5/7/13
  Liftdoc28 - 10/7/12
  wrekt1 - 9/9/12
  TOMDESS - 5/18/12
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