Golfing in Half Moon Bay

Let’s Go Golfing in Half Moon Bay

Life in the concrete jungle can be very stressful. It’s the pollution, the endless traffic, and sometimes the people make it taxing. We can’t blame some people if they look for a weekend with the nature, away from the city lights and traffic jams after a demanding week-long work. Sometimes, spending time in the great outdoors can help you remove your mind from the day to day worries. What could be the best way to spend time with nature while feeling the heat of the sunshine and the air caressing your cheeks? Golf. Try it.

Who wouldn’t know Tiger Woods, considered one of the golf’s greatest players ever? Align with the equally the best Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan, and Bobby Jones to name a few. Over the years, they have proven themselves to earn a spot in the history of golf. One thing is for sure, these legends started to be just struggling golfers. But with practice and motivation, they were able to climb their way up. What is so gripping about golf that people are engross with this sport?

Golfing in Half Moon Bay

People find it emotionally refreshing when they hit the holes of golf. This often provides a way for them to temporarily forget their problems and not think of the difficult situations they face. Moreover, golf can be a great means to build friends and create social business contacts. People love the companionship this sport creates. Entrepreneurs, professionals and yuppies that ended up having business relationships mostly started as golf buddies and friends.

Golf is a relaxing way to spend it with loved ones and friends. Talk about life, your future plans and what’s going on in each other’s lives with much treasured friends and loved ones while enjoying golf and the view. It’s just perfect. Furthermore, some people just love the sport and the challenge it poses to every golfer. Just try to get yourself into a good setup, check your ball position and posture and make a relaxed swing all the way to a full finish.

These and all are just a few of the many reasons why people get hooked with this sport. This isn’t really a rich man’s game. Age, sex, and economic status will never be an issue in golf.

Here’s a rundown of the best golf courses in the Half Moon Bay, California area.

Crystal Spring Golf Course
This 18-hole course facility in Burlingame, California features 6,515 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 71.7 and it has a slope rating of 124 on Rye grass. Designed by Herbert Fowler, the Crystal Springs golf course opened in 1924. CourseCo, Inc. manages this facility, with Steve Bratcher as the General Manager.

For more information visit or call:

6650 Golf Course Dr
Burlingame, CA 94010-6543
United States
P: (650) 342-4188
F: (650) 342-1769
http://www.playcrystalsprings.com

Stanford University Golf Course
This 18-hole course facility in Stanford, California features 6,778 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 73.4 and it has a slope rating of 136 on Rye grass. Designed by William P. Bell, ASGCA/(R) Robert Trent Jones, ASGCA, the Stanford University golf course opened in 1930. Russ Vandersluis manages the course as the General Manager.

For more information visit or call:

198 Junipero Serra Blvd.
Stanford, CA 94305-6150
United States
P: (650) 724-0944
F: (650) 323-0995
http://www.stanfordgolfcourse.com

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