Whitney Oaks is not only the home of the Sierra College men and women's golf teams - it also one of Northern California’s most spectacular golf destinations.
Professional golf legend Johnny Miller and Santa Rosa architect Fred Bliss designed this challenging 6,800-yard course where water or wetlands come into play on every hole. These natural surroundings play host to various indigenous animals such as mallards, geese, raccoons, beavers, wild turkeys, coyotes and deer.
Though the wildlife help add to the splendor of your experience, the course itself is what makes Whitney Oaks unique. Thousands of majestic live oaks, an abundance of well-placed bunkers, enormous granite outcroppings and an ever-changing topography highlight this championship layout with bentgrass greens full of subtle and sometimes striking contours to challenge even the most seasoned golfers. To accommodate players of all levels, every tee box features a choice of five separate, strategically placed markers of various distances, based on skill level.