Golf in the splendor of the majestic Mount Shasta.
Lake Shastina Golf Resort
WEED | 530-938-3201
Lake Shastina Golf Resort has been serving discriminating golfers since 1973. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and Senior, the course features 27 challenging holes of golf, set amid the scenic splendor of Northern California’s Mount Shasta. Among area golf facilities you will find none that match Lake Shastina.
Mount Shasta in its entire splendor is the back drop for all 27 holes of golf, open year round. The Golf course offers golf as it was meant to be played in a beautiful atmosphere nestled in the pines. Along with the beauty of Northern California this course offers four different sets of tees for every age and ability.
While the golf courses are the centerpiece of this resort, they also offer comfortable lodging, friendly service, dining, and a variety of outside activities such as hiking, boating, fishing and waterskiing. Explore the possibilities their facility offers and enjoy one of the best golf experiences in Northern California.
To meet all your golf equipment and apparel needs while visiting Lake Shastina Golf Resort, Lake Shastina Golf Resort keeps their Golf Pro Shop continuously stocked; filled with all manner of clubs, equipment, and golf accessories. There is also a wide assortment of garments ranging from shirts, hats, shorts, and socks.
Make your time on the golf courses time well-spent. A few minutes on their practice range or putting green will help you tune your swing and stretch those muscles before you hit the links. If you are looking to take things a step further, speak with one of their professional staff about scheduling a lesson or two.
Bar & Grill
As you would expect, the dining accommodations at Lake Shastina Golf Resort Putter’s Bar & Grill are on a level all their own. From light, refreshing lunches overlooking the course to sumptuous meals, you are in for a real treat.
McCloud Golf Club
MCCLOUD | 530-964-2535
Mccloud Golf Club, is a member-owned, nine hole golf course, which is open to public play, located in McCloud, California. The McCloud Golf Club golf course first opened for play in 1923. It was built by the McCloud River Lumber Company. The board of directors would travel from Minneapolis for regular meetings and the course was put in for their enjoyment. The course, built on pasture land, maintained the field grass for the fairways and the greens were a lightly oiled sand.
In 1935, the course was opened to the lumber town's residents and the greens were converted to grass. A few years later people from surrounding towns were allowed to play. The course was originally built using teams of horses and highwheelers. No irrigation was necessary at first due to surface water which was plentiful. Irrigation of upper level areas were flooded from a ditch on the west side of the course. Tees and greens were watered with hoses and sprinklers at night until 1965. As the course became drier, a fully automated sprinkler system was installed by 1968.
The McCloud Golf Course has been extensively upgraded in recent years. There is a pro shop, serving lunch and beverages, a driving range, putting green, electric carts and spectacular views of Mt. Shasta.
McCloud Golf Club is a regulation length 9-hole golf course, which has separate tees on the back side to create a fun and challenging 18 hole experience.
Mount Shasta Resort
MOUNT SHASTA | 530-926-3030
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
Lodging, dining and a spa are also boast-worthy at Mount Shasta Resort
Weed Golf Course
WEED | 530-938-9971
The Weed Golf Club is located in the old mill town of Weed, CA. The course, built in the 1920's for the Mill, is framed by the magnificent Mt. Shasta to the east and Mt. Eddy to the West. Meandering Bowles Creek running through the course, it is an idyllic way to spend a day golfing.
We are dedicated to keeping an excellently maintained golf course for the enjoyment of our Members, guests and outside play.
The Weed Golf Club Clubhouse is comfortable, winter or summer. You can relax in the clubhouse following a round of golf or to just drop in for lunch. We serve a variety of cold sandwiches as well as grilled items and beverages. There is a deck attached to the clubhouse where you can sit and watch play on the last hole of the course while enjoying your lunch or beverage.
Indian Camp Golf Course
TULELAKE | 530-667-2922
Built in 1981 in Tulelake, Calif., this 1,500+ yard nine-hole course has something for every kind of golfer, with enough forgiveness for the beginner but plenty of challenging shots for the more experienced.
Beyond the game of golf itself is the surroundings. The course offers spectacular views of the Klamath Basin and nearby landmarks such as Sheepy Ridge, Stukel Mountain and the Peninsula. Also, just a few miles away is the Tulelake National Wildlife Refuge.
Indian Camp is a smaller golf course, but plenty of features such as special rates, rentals, and equipment are available.