Plumas Pines is in great shape. A relatively short course. Draw back is OB's and houses too close to fairways. Only need to hit driver on a few holes. Fun course to play.
Situated against the Plumas National Forest and the Middle Fork of the Feather River (also near Graeagle Meadows), Plumas Pines captured a position on Golf Magazine’s “Best Places to Play” list in 1998-1999. The walk to the driving range gives a hint of what’s in store with a handsome view of the first four holes of this Homer Flint course,... More
Really pretty course, not too difficult but plenty of places to get in trouble. Try t his course in the Fall at the end of the season - foliage is gorgeous and if you play in the afternoon, you may have the course to yourselves.
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