Olympic Club (Cliffs) - California - USA

Olympic Club,
599 Skyline Blvd,
San Francisco,
California (CA) 94132,

  • +1 415 587 8338

Some golf course reviewers put an amplified amount of importance on the scenery that accompanies a round and, if this were all that mattered, the Cliffs course at the Olympic Club might be picked as the best among the three routes featured. Unfortunately for Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, that club also hosts both the acclaimed Ocean Course and the major championship-hosting Lake Course.

Perhaps fortunately for the duo, there was only property available for a par three course and therefore they could work without the pressure of living up to such championship-caliber routes. The result is what many consider to be the single best short course in California.

The show-stopping views come early, as players will have unadulterated views of the Pacific along the lengths of nos. 3 and 4; although the distraction of these vistas is enough to shake the average golfer, also beware of the sand hazards lying in front of and behind these greens!

Weiskopf and Morrish may not have gotten to design a full 18 but they did land a job renovating the Ocean course, so you can’t feel too bad for them.

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Description: The Cliffs is the most scenic of the three layouts at the Olympic Club. Designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf, this 9-hole par three course is short but it’s a challenging little beauty... Rating: 10 out of 10 Reviews: 1
Javier Pintos

I came to the Course almost by accident, as I didn’t know it existed. After finishing the round at the Lakes Course and a great lunch, we wanted to play some more golf but TPC Harding Park had a Tournament and it was Olympic Club (Cliffs) Golf Course - Photo by reviewernot available. When I came to Chris (Head Pro) he said “Why don’t you play the Cliffs?” and when I asked how good it was he jumped on a golf cart and showed it to me. WOW! It is not only a great design (Tom Weiskopf) but amazing views and challenge as we playing with very strong winds (on 3rd of 130 yds the club was 7 iron!). If you are invited to Olympic, this is mandatory. The course is even nicer and better than Augusta Par 3 Course, and also a very interesting skills test of mid and short irons plus chipping and putting.

June 02, 2016
10 / 10
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