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Mount Shasta Golf Course Details

"What I'm talking about is a game. A game that can't be won, only played."  -Bagger Vance

About the Course
"Best course I have ever played!!" Nancy Tieburg, Berkeley, CA

Mount Shasta Resort's 6,035-yard par 70, 18-hole course opened in the summer of 1993. Located in Siskiyou County, California, the spectacular demanding layout was designed by Jim Summers and Sandy Tatum at an elevation of 3,500 feet above sea level. The course features natural alpine terrain, undulated greens, and breathtaking views. The holes are uniquely different with three sets of tees and yardages.

You may also see a wide variety of wildlife on the course. The facility is open to the public, with a limited membership available. You may choose to walk or rent an electric cart. Tee times are available one week in advance. Overnight guests can book tee times at the same time they make their lodging reservations. Since we do experience all four seasons in Mount Shasta, the weather and rates will change.


"Our golf course is challenging and scenic without being overly long. Every golfer has some favorite courses they like to play. The reason they prefer one facility over another is dependent on their experience. If the overall experience is good, then our course will become a 'favorite'. I could play golf here everyday and never get tired of it." Rod Sims, Head Golf Pro

 
Group Golf & Lodging Packages
Starting at $122 per person per night, May through October includes lodging, green fee, cart, range balls, gift package and snack bar lunch. Some restrictions apply.  Contact Mount Shasta Resort Group Reservations at 800.958.3363.

Free Golf Clinic 
Available to kids ages 7 to 17, with overnight accommodations.  The clinic is held every Saturday at noon; please sign up in pro shop.

"My brother in-law and I look forward to playing a round here all year long.  This was our fourth year visiting and every year we continue to be impressed.  Thank you."
B. Kidder, Petaluma, CA