Turkey Creek is an 18-hole public golf course in Lincoln, CA. Centered around an old quarry (now a small lake), the course uses the natural landscape of gentle hills and woods to challenge any golfer’s precision. These challenges outweigh the course’s somewhat unrefined design and smattering of less than aesthetically appealing holes, making it worthy of any short drive to play.
Men’s Tees Par 72 (rating/slope)
- Black- 6929 yards (73.6/138)
- Blue- 6498 yards (71.3/135)
- White- 5858 yards (68.5/124)
Women’s Tees Par 72 (rating/slope)
- White- 5858 yards (73.9/134)
- Gold- 4796 yards (67.3/121)
Course Designer: Brad Bell
Course Record (Men): 67
Green Fees (18 holes)
- Monday-Thursday: $20-48.00
- Friday: $20-56.00
- Saturday-Sunday: $25-63.00
- Seniors (Over 60) Monday-Friday: $25-41.00
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- Cart Fees- included (GPS)
- Rental clubs-$25
- Small bucket- $5.00 (35 balls)
- Large bucket- $8.00 (70 balls)
Turkey Creek offers an expansive open driving range that is predominately matted. The range has multiple yardage markers for distance and targeting. Balls and mats are in fair to good condition.
Located on a small hill behind the driving range is a green for practicing chipping and sand shots. Quite the luxury for public course nowadays.
The putting green, located next to the clubhouse is medium sized and allows for multiple golfers to practice simultaneously. The green is fairly representational of the conditions found on the course.
Turkey Creek is cut into the wooded hills of outside of Lincoln. The layout of the course is somewhat unrefined, with the first three holes being separated from the remainder of the front nine. The course has a mixed bag of aesthetically pleasing holes with some Continue reading