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Golf Course Review Silverado Resort & Spa Napa California

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Silverado Resort & Spa Golf Course NORTH Napa California Hole 17
Silverado Resort & Spa Golf Course NORTH Napa California Hole 17
Silverado Resort & Spa Golf Course NORTH Napa California. Hole 12
Silverado Resort & Spa Golf Course NORTH Napa California. Hole 12

ALERT: Aeration
Will be aerating the greens on the North Course 2/26 – 2/28 and the South Course 3/1 – 3/3.  * Although Greenskeeper.org researches all alerts before posting, we ask that you please contact the golf course for confirmation.

Silverado Resort & Spa (North Course)

Napa, CA
Reviewed by:  S_Smith, Danville, CA
Silverado north course is a fun course. It’s always exciting to play where the pro’s play. Silverado is home to the first PGA event of the season, the Safeway Open, and it’s kind of cool that they leave the 18th green grandstand up all season. It feels like you’re walking right into a PGA EVENT. So, course feel rates a 10 right away. The course is not as challenging as you might think for a PGA Tour event, it’s a resort course after all, but with Johnny millers update and attention it’s a quality experience. Conditions are very good all around. With all the rain lately it’s been cart path only for months, but I’d suggest walking anyway. It’s very walkable with minor elevation changes. These days you have to stay at the resort or put together 12 guys to play, which is what we did. So, with our own mini tournament and a group deal that included the famous burger dog (same one as the Olympic club), it was a heck of a good time. Nice 19th to wrap it all up. The course will play wet for a while, but they’ve been able to cut the rough and maintain traps decently. Greens are superb and tee boxes just fine. Pace of play is comfortable. Only downside is the driving range was closed, but short game area is open. If you’re an NCGA member and don’t want to get 12 guys together or stay there, a little expensive, look into the weekend net tour events. Several offerings at a reasonable price.