Napa Valley Golf Courses – Any Good?


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Joe Becerra

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Every now and then we receive an email request asking that we recommend a good place to play golf while visiting the Napa Valley. I guess people do like to do other activities besides taste delicious wines and enjoy gourmet meals when in the Napa Valley. I don’t play golf so I would not know a good golf course from a bad one. Fortunately, I have several good friends that play golf often and they have helped me formulate this list of golf courses. I have published this list on and I post it here to invite comments from golfers who have played these courses. Tell the golfers of the world what you think of any of these golf courses. Thanks for helping out!

Chardonnay Golf Club
2555 Jameson Canyon Road,
American Canyon, CA.
18-hole private course, golf packages including lodging – just South of Napa

Eagle Vines Vineyards
580 South Kelly Road
American, Canyon, CA
(707) 257-4470.
Public 18-hole course just south of Napa

Meadowood Napa Valley, Meadowood Course
900 Meadowood Lane,
Saint Helena, CA, 94574-9620.
(800) 458-8080. 
Private course for those lodging at Meadowood. 9-hole course

Napa Golf Course – Kennedy Park
2295 Streblow Drive,
Napa, CA, 94558-6211.
(707) 255-4333. 
Muni golf course

Silverado Country Club & Resort
1600 Atlas Peak Road
Napa, CA, 94558-1425.
(707) 257-0200.
18-hole private golf course – golf lodging packages.

Vintner’s Golf Club, Vintner’s Course
7901 Solano Avenue,
Yountville, CA, 94599-1453.
(707) 944-1992. 
9-hole course – public 

  • Joe Becerra

    Joe Becerra has been traveling to wine country and enjoying wine since 1965. He is a retired educator, and now have the time the opportunity to share his wine travel experiences through this Website.