The 18-hole course at the Adobe Creek Golf Course facility in Petaluma, California features 6,886 yards from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 73.8 and it has a slope rating of 131. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., ASGCA, the Adobe Creek golf course opened in 1990.
This links-style course features a few trees and rolling fairways, which are forgiving except for the strategically-placed bunkers. Wind is a factor during the spring and summer months, and it will always come from the west causing most of the holes to be played in a crosswind. Seventy-two bunkers are positioned around the course, along with a stream and water coming into play on six holes. The greens are often found to be challenging to putt due to their subtle breaks.
Gold: yards 6840, rating 73.1, slope 129
Blue: yards 6244, rating 70.0, slope 121
White: yards 5697, rating 67.7/72.1, slope 116/122
Red: yards 5039, rating 68.2, slope 115