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Welcome To Lake Almanor West Golf Course

LAKE ALMANOR WEST GOLF COURSE – A gorgeous setting that awaits your arrival BY Rick Barlupi July 2009     Have you ever wished you could find a golf course that was as challenging as it was beautiful, yet playable to all of your abilities?  If so, then this course will interest you.  My guess is that first-time visitors to L.A.W. will say “wow” many times during their round.  The course maintenance is impressive; it is in top-notch condition from day one of the season. You will get the rare treat of walking down the lush fairways within sight...

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Great Golf Courses

Some Photos by Rick Barlupi Soak in the spectacular, panoramic views of Mountain Valley Living country as you play a round or practice your swing at any of these stunning local golf courses. Lassen/Modoc County Diamond Mountain Golf Course 18 hole Golf Course 470-835 Circle Drive Susanville, CA (530) 257-2520 Arrowhead Golf Course 9 hole Golf Course 1901 N Warner St Alturas, Ca (530) 233-3404 Plumas County Feather River Inn Golf Course 9-hole Golf Course 65899 California 70, Blairsden, CA (530) 836-1253 www.FeatherRiverInn.com  Feather River Park Resort 9-hole Golf Course 8339 California 89, Blairsden, CA (530) 836-2328 www.FeatherRiverParkResort.com Graeagle Meadows...

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ROAD TRIP Plumas Pines Golf Resort

Plumas Pines Golf Resort ~ 402 Poplar Valley Rd. –  P.O. Box 1210  Graeagle, CA  96103 ~ (530) 836-1420 [media-credit id=15 align=”alignnone” width=”152″][/media-credit]If a road trip is in order and you’re into golf, then a trip over to Graeagle may be just the ticket for you. There are several fabulous golf courses in the area if you are up for a little course-hopping. We especially liked the opportunity to build one’s own “Stay, Play & Dine Package” at some of the great golf resorts in the area. We opted to explore  a spectacular golf excursion at Plumas Pines Resort...

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Golf Bailey Creek Golf Course

Bailey Creek…Where golf and customer service are above reproach. Bailey Creek has become a traditional destination for an annual golfing vacation for myself and many of my fellow golfers.  Each year we try to figure out a new location to try and we usually decide to go back there. The three hour drive from Sacramento is actually quite peaceful. From the moment we check in at the Chalets (which are located overlooking the driving  range), we are treated as though we are good friends of the community. The men and women working in the pro-shop/restaurant offer nothing short of...

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