San Jose Country Club
|White (W)||73||5933 yards||74.5||131|
|Red (W)||73||5492 yards||71.9||128|
|Blue M: 71.9/126||303||316||174||444||145||392||159||436||363||2732||209||477||439||410||170||366||536||516||370||3493||6225|
|White M: 68.7/122||293||301||162||420||145||381||128||425||353||2608||190||454||429||392||142||357||516||496||349||3325||5933|
|Red W: 71.9/126||274||250||157||355||132||362||109||413||343||2395||178||443||418||373||130||282||467||470||336||3097||5492|
Outstanding Old-School Design
This course has grown on me very much, to the point where I appreciate it more each time I play. If you judge a course by the scorecard, length, slope and rating, your expectations of SJCC will be very far from reality. The course is short, but the hilliness makes almost every hole play a lot longer. The greens are TINY and very very difficult due to a lot of contour. This is old-style golf at it's best. Shot values are very high, and if your short iron game is not spot-on, you will find yourself with some very difficult short-game shots and putts. A wonderful Tillinghast course.
That said, the value for the membership could be a lot better. SJCC advertises itself as a "great golfing value," and it's not a bad deal, but it's certainly not cheap to play.