30 Greatest Courses In The US, According To Golf.com

27. California Golf Club of San Francisco 

Course Location: South San Francisco, California 

Known locally as the Cal Club, the California Golf Club of San Francisco is equal parts beautiful and challenging. Situated on the side of a hill, the course contains 144 bunkers and is notorious for being windy most days. Throughout its history, the course has been designed three times — A.V. Macan was the architect back in 1926, followed by Alister MacKenzie in 1928, and Kyle Phillips in 2007. If you can manage to control your ball through the wind, you will be asked to deal with tough slopes and fescue fairways. If you can find your way onto this beautiful course, you will have your work cut out.  

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