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Stanford Golf Course

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"The Stanford course is a joy to play. It is both beautiful and difficult, and requires you to master every shot. It is a complete golf course." Tom Watson ('71)

In addition to the outstanding Stanford Golf Course located on campus, the team enjoys frequent access to world class courses throughout Northern California including Olympic Club (35 minutes, rank #23), San Francisco GC (40 minutes, rank #37), Pasatiempo (50 minutes, CA rank #14), Spyglass Hill (1.5 hours away, world ranked #52), Pebble Beach (1.5 hours away, ranked #6) and occasionally Cypress Point (1.5 hours away, ranked #4).

Designed in 1930 by renowned architects William Bell and George Thomas, the Stanford course is located in the foothills above the university campus. The course is consistently rated one of the finest traditional courses in the world.

The course is steeped in tradition. Throughout the years, Stanford has hosted many important events, including NCAA regional and final championships, Pac-10 Championships, US Open qualifying, US Junior Amateur Qualifying, and a former Senior PGA Tour event, The Gathering at the Farm.

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Hole 1 521 yards Par 5 A dramatic elevated tee shot and a walk by the famous Stanford barn are on this hole
Hole 2 483 yards Par 4 This demanding hole offers a very challenging drive to a sloping fairway
Hole 3 215 yards Par 3 A beautiful long, par 3 features a unique undulating green
Hole 4 168 yards Par 3 The narrow green is guarded by a bunker on the left and hazard right
Hole 5 447 Par 4 From an elevated tee this beautiful hole is there to see
Hole 6 429 Par 4 A tight driving hole with a tough green to hit
Hole 7 539 Par 5 A severe dogleg left around a series of mature oaks
Hole 8 172 Par 3 A downhill par 3 to a large undulating green with hazard to the right
Hole 9 365 Par 4 A dogleg right leading to a uphill, sloping green highlight this excellent hole
Hole 10 440 Par 4 A tough, uphill straight-away hole to a very deep, two-tiered green
Hole 11 351 Par 4 This downhill short par 4 offers many choices off the tee and a challenging double sloping green
Hole 12 473 Par 4 The signature hole, often played into the wind, features two large oaks in the middle of the fairway
Hole 13 424 Par 4 A dramatically framed par 3 slightly uphill to a green sloping sharply from back to front
Hole 14 197 Par 3 A dramatically framed par 3 slightly uphill to a green sloping sharply from back to front
Hole 15 361 Par 4 Many choices off the tee are available on this downhill dogleg right hole
Hole 16 500 Par 5 A straight, uphill par 5 to an elevated green that can be reached in two
Hole 17 185 Par 3 An uphill hole features a two-tiered green
Hole 18 457 Par 4 Dramatic views from the tee on the closing hole include long views of downtown SF
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World-Class Siebel Varsity Training Center

Master plan | Photo Tour

Originally opened in 2008, the facility was designed by Robert Trent Jones II to be the finest in the country. The practice center goals include providing a facilty where every conceivable short-game shot can be practiced from a variety of grasses, uphill/downhill/sidehill lies, and where full shot practice can take place from tee blocks or to a variety of holes.

In 2015 the training center was enhanced with new greens, hitting bays, golf team building and technologies for training. See the updated master plan and new green designs by architect Jay Blasi.

Video Tour of the Siebel Varsity Golf Training Complex

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