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I was at Monterrey, my flight from Argentina arrived the day before and drove directly to play Cypress Point and stayed at Carmel. When I was told that 10 plays a lot like 5, I had to stop and think to remember a hole I’d played only an hour ago. Golf at Olympic Hills. From the members’ tees holes 4-6 are all within 20 yards of each other—though with elevation changes. The green has been softened to provide for a greater range of pin positions because the former green was sloped too severely from back-to-front. U.S. Open. I find it interesting the USGA has opted to forego the Lake Course for any US Opens for the considerable future. Was this review helpful? Trees are the predominant feature of the Lake course (in distinct contrast to the Ocean course) but they were planted after the acquisition to add definition to the desolate sloping topography. See other reviews from Steve MacQuarrie, Respond to above review  I'm an Olympic Club member. U.S. Members seems to tout the difficulty but I argue Cal Club and SFGC are miles ahead of Olympic. All great tracks (well, Harding is so-so). As mentioned by John in his review -- there's no alternate way to play the hole and your forced to play a shot that even the world's best cannot always pull off. This hole plays the opposite of No. 0 people found this review helpful The Rio de Janeiro Olympic Golf Course (Portuguese: Campo Olímpico de Golfe) is a new venue built for the golf tournaments of the 2016 Summer Olympics, within the Marapendi Natural Reserve in the Barra da Tijuca zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.. Practise green is immaculate and exactly matches the course. Tim Muessle manages the course as the General Manager. Well-maintaine... Adam Tomasiello's review of the course effectively captures the essence of The Cardinal... A solid championship layout which hosted the 2010 US Amateur Public Links (a fantastic... "A good course to seek out if in the area, worthy of a full day out". Host to five US Opens, the Lake course is a serious challenge. The Olympic Club acquired it in 1918 and replaced it as The Olympic Club, Lake Course. What’s more, the greens are lightning fast and if you miss with you approach shot you’ll be in the vicious rough. It simply forces you to have to try to hit a shot that all but the most accomplished golfer cannot hit. Was this review helpful? What started as a simple idea to enhance the game of golf has grown into a movement where people from all walks of life connect at the intersection of technology and sports entertainment. A place where friends gather, play, workout and dine with gladness and drink with joy. No doubt the main draw when coming to the area is the City of San Francisco. I am not a fan of the "reverse camber" holes at the 4th and 5th. With that said, I agree with other reviewers that it is overrated. 17th is just ok, nothing too special. Sadly it's a diamond in the rough and could be top 15 in US if they did a proper restoration. See other reviews from David Davis. That is, if you have a cut lie it requires you to hit a draw shot and vice versa. Overrated, definitely not a top 50 course at best in the 90s being difficult does not make a great golf course. #3 is a very nice par 3, with elevated tee which faces the Golden Gate. 2019/20 Golf Digest rating: Lake course rated 33rd best course in the USA and 5th best in California. The Olympic Club is almost entirely within the borders of San Francisco with no water hazards, but borders Lake Merced. For an example of a premium listing, please click here . The thing is, Olympic doesn't need any fairway bunkers. Extending the length to a far greater number only added more difficulty -- not compelling architecture. Frankly, I find most headlining, high profile courses lacking in comparison. See other reviews from M. James Ward. Was this review helpful? Guest Policies. Olympic View Golf Club boasts a variety of golf holes that compliment individual masterpieces. No course with so few risk/reward decisions should be considered one of America's greatest.". A Google Map of Olympic Club (Ocean Course) Click on the map to get directions and see further location details for Olympic Club (Ocean Course) using Google Maps. Amazingly, those same people when playing nearby at San Francisco GC will say the completely opposite thing. One of the prominent design features of Olympic is the 'Reverse Camber' which is an architectural term for fairways that slope in one direction while the golfer aims at a green that turns the opposite way. Was this review helpful? The following day I was up 5:30am with friend Lucas to drive 2hs and experience another Major Venue. When the Lakeside Golf Club ran into financial difficulties just after the end of the Great War in 1918 the Olympic Club stepped in to take over the club’s affairs and quickly acquired additional land to fashion two new 18-hole golf courses. Let me just say right out of the starting gate that Olympic Club for me is nowhere near my personal world top 100. 0 people found this review helpful General Moisés Castelo Branco Filho, 700 - Barra da Tijuca, 22793-365 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Despite its name, there is not a single water hazard on the Lake course – and there’s only a single fairway bunker on the entire course. The sad part about 600+ yard holes is that top players all play to the same point for their 3rd -- leaving roughly 100 yards to the target. that the Olympic Club will host the 2028 PGA Championship and the 2032 Ryder The Club quickly realized that they would need to expand their country home and purchased enough acreage to replace the original course with two new 18-hole golf courses (the Lake and Ocean Courses), as well as build a new clubhouse. The aforementioned quartet is firmly locked into future host years. Looking down to the first green of the Lake Course at Olympic Club. Difficulty alone does not equate to architectural heft. The strongest stretch is the last six holes, with the unusual par sequence of 3-4-3-5-5-4. I do like a few holes. My very generous friends who took me to play Fishers Island Club let me stay at their home in downtown San Francisco. The roughs also have a bit of bluegrass mixed in. Ball sits up nicely and grass matches the course. Designed by Tom Weiskopf, the Cliffs golf course opened in 1993. On one play I had such a laugh with our group when more than a few balls ended up staying up in the trees. What makes this especially difficult is that most of the lies you will have require you to work the ball the opposite of the way the terrain dictates. Olympic was founded as an athletic club in 1860. Have to agree with the others that this course is way overrated. Please call 831-622-8215 for updates to your course or information regarding premium listings. If you take the course for what it is, something that you can't overpower and need to think and manoeuvre your way around it will treat you to a splendid round of golf. John Sabino is the author of How to Play the World’s Most Exclusive Golf Clubs, Respond to above review  0 people found this review helpful 0 people found this review helpful Olympic Club is located in San Francisco, Calif., and offers 45 holes of golf adjacent to both Lake Merced and the Pacific Ocean. I would rate it 9th in California. View key info about Course Database including Course description, Tee yardages, par and handicaps, scorecard, contact info, Course Tours, directions and more. Small subtle greens, challenging approach shots, and raw toughness characterize this old layout worthy of its inclusion in the USGA rotation. The 17th follows with an uphill movement and the par-5 is a good opportunity for a birdie. Respond to above review  I'm just not a fan of the architecture. The Olympic Club is private, and non-members cannot play its golf courses except for when you are a member, a guest of a member or are playing in a tournament that has been hosted by the club. Learn More. I do like the idea of a short par-4 finishing hole in a natural amphitheater, but the famous 18th is nothing more than a lay-up tee shot and a wedge that has to be played below the hole. The Olympic Club is a unique place when it comes to golf clubs. The fairway slopes to the left and heaven help anyone who loses the shot to that side. Dogleg left par 4 #14 is one of the greats, 15th is a nice short one before long par 5 #16 which was the final fall of Furyk in 2012´s Open. In 1925 The Olympic Club then formally opened its Lakeside clubhouse which was designed by well-known architect Arthur Brown. Who can forget the inane situation Payne Stewart faced when a back pin was used and his ball could not find a resting spot during the 1998 Open. The fairways are a rye and poa annua grass combination. After the Great War, the sporting Olympic Club decided to get into golf and purchased the Lakeside course from the financially struggling Lakeside Country Club. View Tee Times. You can’t lose a ball unless you get it stuck in a tree and, according to Olympic legend, three branches were once lopped from a tree and 150 balls fell out. I have played 7 of the top ten. I cannot recall seeing any fairway bunkers on the whole course. Eventually the club invited Bill onto the course and he and his descendants have been serving hamburgers in hot dog rolls there ever since. It is simply that -- long. The Olympic Club is almost entirely within the borders of San Francisco with no water hazards, but borders Lake Merced. See other reviews from Mike Smith. The old line ultra-private club is one of the best golf courses in the world, currently ranked 47th in the US among all challengers, public or private, ... Olympic Club, and Merion. The course had been built on the landward side of a barren strip of hillside, which separates the Pacific Ocean from Lake Merced, the largest freshwater lake in the San Francisco area (hence the name of the course). It would help matters greatly to move away from the fuzzy shadows of generalities to the more illuminated spotlight of specificity. Open. The approach shot plays downhill and typically downwind.b Was this review helpful? Then 11th is maybe one of the best ones, long and tight to a 2 platform green. When the course plays especially fast as it can be for the Opens the unpredictability of where the ball will finish gets extremely magnified. Appreciate your comments but it's not just my eye alone that views the course in the same manner. The combination of hemmed in fairways, small greens and uneven lies is enough to easily rank it among the most difficult courses in the world along with Oakmont, Bethpage Black and Royal County Down (with the wind up!). A great experience, you feel that “7th gear” that Major Venues have and lunch afterwards in the Club House watching both courses and golf on TV just makes it perfect. Something puzzling from Mr. Ward's review is his assertion that holes 9 through 15 are "indistinguishable." 1 person found this review helpful 254 Write Review. Was this review helpful? golf course now open – golf with confidence VIEW HEALTH & SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Dramatically sculpted into the Pacific Northwest splendor, the Olympic course has garnered impressive awards and has taken its place as one of America’s finest municipally owned golf courses. #8 is a very good par 3 which finishes by the Club House (in US Open they use #1 and #9 tees) before tough #9 if you miss on the right side of the green. The Olympic Club was founded in 1860 and it is the oldest athletics club in America. Host to four US Opens, the Lake course at Olympic Club is a serious challenge. Others have weighed in similarly. While there is only one hole with fairway bunkers, there are plenty of doglegs requiring a tee shot to the proper side of the fairway to provide the best angle for the next shot. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images. Cup. Many years ago, Bill had a little hot dog wagon outside the course boundaries and members would send their caddies for Bill’s hot dogs. The Olympic Club Lake Course, opened in 1924, designed by Willie Watson and Sam Whiting, redesigned in 1927 by Sam Whiting due to damage, is considered one of the top 100 golf courses in the world. In regards to the architecture - more than happy to discuss -- but I urge you to read Tom Doak's comments which I provided in my course review. 4, with a fairway that slopes to the left, while doglegging significantly to the right. Clearly, that has since changed with the architectural updating by Gil Hanse and the USGA's green light to LACC in hosting the 2023 championship. With exquisite undulated greens and sweeping fairways framed by golden fescue, the course is both challenging and enjoyable for whatever caliber of player steps on the grounds. Baltusrol Lower, in my neck of the woods, has hosted a good deal of events but also suffers from a lack of scintillating design. The hilly heavily tree lined San Francisco course has hosted numerous championships including the Tour Championship in 1993 and 1994, the U.S. This had been done on a few past occasions and, until most recently, the club declined being considered. Respond to above review  There has been relatively little change in the course since 1927 and only one hole has been outright replaced; and the old hole 8 was probably the least challenging hole of the course before, now it's a challenging hole with a good set of bunkers and if the flag is in back you definitely need to shape your shot to get near the pin. Practise tee is decent and you can hit all clubs off it. 0 people found this review helpful Book tee times online, tournaments, weddings and more. Bent grass covers the greens. But 18th is just iconic, elevated from the fairway for a second uphill approach to finish watching the immense Club House. Without being repetitive, I have played the course on several occasions and been a keen media observer when the 1987, 1998 and 2012 US Opens were played at the Lake Course. 3:20. Along with the championship Lake Course it also has the more user friendly Ocean Course and a 9 hole par 3 that I’ve heard fantastic things about known as the Cliffs Course. It's a much play in the Bay Area. Golf Courses. The Olympic Club Lake Course, opened in 1924, designed by Willie Watson and Sam Whiting, redesigned in 1927 by Sam Whiting due to damage, is considered one of the top 100 golf courses in the world. The Olympic Club's Lake course has hosted numerous top level golf tournaments, including several US Opens and US Amateur Championships (see our Tournaments section >by Venue >Olympic Club). The course is touted due to its history but you can only live on the allure of the club and the burger dog for so long. The Olympic Club - Lake The Olympic Club … The slightly uphill 2nd is extremely good. #2 is an uphill par 4, not long and were to the green you will always need one more club than what you imagine. The layout, as mentioned by others, plays off a side hill slope. It will probably beat you up a bit along the way but at the last hole it will be certain to say "I o U" before you leave. Second, the only time I have read where the USGA explicitly reached out to a club in terms of hosting the US Open was Los Angeles Country Club. The Olympic Club (Lake), located in San Francisco, is ranked No. About Topgolf Entertainment Group I have to say to have played better designed courses and with a more special feel (Merion and Oak Hill of this type) but the pristine maintenance and the challenge make it a superbe test of golf. Really. The course rating is 74.4 and it has a slope rating of 140 on Rye grass. But what came after was even stranger, as I hit my lob wedge the ball just did not move and went straight down, what in Argentina we call an aerial potato (papa aérea). It is hard to get an even lie more or less anywhere on the property. I did appreciate the new 8th hole which has become one of the club’s signature holes, and feel that the new green location was a terrific change and welcomed improvement. I struggled mightily and came away with the impression that this venerable U.S. Open venue was too difficult to be enjoyable for most of us. San Francisco, California Public 4.3769411765. The Lake Course is a challenge, every single time I play it. What they have done is modernize it to the point it's not fun, just long and hard. Olympic Club is a much-storied course, just a few miles down the road from San Francisco Golf Club, Olympic was founded in 1893 as an athletic club in the city of San Francisco. The Bay area is blessed with a wonderful array of superior designed courses. Even though it's not my favorite from a design perspective it's in a unique and beautiful spot in a wonderful climate and makes for a great day out on the links. The front nine is full of doglegged par-4's with "reverse camber," turning back against the grade of the fairway; such holes do separate the men from the boys, but they would be more appropriate in open country where you can choose your own line instead of having trees choose it for you. Was this review helpful? In 1922, additional land was acquired, and the existing 18-hole course was replaced with two golf courses. The Olympic Club Lake Course has been contributed to by designers Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Bill Love. See other reviews from Javier Pintos, Respond to above review  What makes Olympic especially difficult is that there is nowhere to play safe or to bail out, unlike on most other designs. Even from an elevated tee the green is pinched in towards the front and again well served by flanking bunkers. The 18-hole Lake Course at The Olympic Club in San Francisco, CA is a private golf course that opened in 1924. I first visited the Lake course in 2007 and many of my opinions have remained unchanged. 1 person found this review helpful What to Expect: The Olympic Club is one of the most storied clubs and courses on the American continent. Hats off to the club in reaching out to the PGA of America in keeping a high profile but my comments are shared by others both on this site and elsewhere. See other reviews from michael nowacki. Ignorance is bliss. The Olympic Club has a well-deserved reputation as a challenging golf course. Av. Olympic Club Course Origins and Architects . At 13 I hit the worst shot of the day, hooking an 8 iron from center of the fairway to left of the bunkers. It is not easy to get unaccompanied play and not always you are paired with somebody friendly, but this time we played with a PGA Pro from Australia who made our round really a very enjoyable one. Mr.Paine -- the hosting of big time events does not automatically mean compelling architecture. Passion - Persistence - Power San Francisco, California Private/Resort 5.0. And it's the only Olympic course in the world for now. In 1924, the club acquired land bordered by the Pacific Ocean and Lake Merced to build 36 holes of the Lake and Ocean courses. Respond to above review  Few people who finish an 18-hole round will confess unbridled love for the course. In November 2017 the PGA of America announced Olympic Club is a much-storied course, just a few miles down the road from San Francisco Golf Club, Olympic was founded in 1893 as an athletic club in the city of San Francisco. Take your stabilisers and expect few level lies on these sloping fairways. I had the picture that #1 was an easy hole but after a pushed driver, a topped second and 3 putts the double bogey was a cheap result, but very frustrating! London Olympic Weightlifting Academy - Offering Group Training, Personal Training, Courses and Competitions! Memorability is not a strong fixture of the Lake Course. The short uphill par-4 7th is a fun hole -- and it's one of the few that adds a good deal to the strategic side of things. The land is great as it is all on the side of a hill, with a lot of elevation changes. The greens are quick and challenging but only a couple have the kind of undulations I find interesting. Topgolf Entertainment Group is a technology-enabled global sports and entertainment community that connects people in meaningful ways through the experiences we create, the innovation we champion, and the good that we do. Yikes! The Olympic Club - Ocean Course. Once the trip to Pebble was confirmed I tried in all ways to get both to San Francisco GC and Olympic Club. See other reviews from Fergal O'Leary, Respond to above review  Our 7,400 yard, par 72 golf course is one of the most unique and enjoyable in the state. Junior Amateur, I emphasis difficulty does not determine how good a course is. The Olympic Club has always been hard. See other reviews from Larry Berle. The downhill par-3 is also quite strong. On the bright side, Olympic Club only has one fairway bunker. Mr Ward, putting aside the debate over the merits of the Lake course I have to point out that you are simply incorrect when you claim that the USGA elected to not have the Olympic Club host another US Open. It has trees that swallow your golf balls and somehow alter the normal physics of what goes up must come down. 4-5-6 are some very tough par 4s, where you need to managed effect on your driver in order to hit fairway. The burgerdog at the turn is one of the best halfway house "musts" in golf. See other reviews from John Sabino. 8:00am we were there and after breakfast at the Club House and a long practice session including putting we were ready to tee off. Much of the 19th hole post mortems on this topic is likely tied to how to spin the end game for facing saving reasons. There's more room to the back but anything long will need Houdini's assist to escape with par. As one door closed another opened with Olympic booked as host site for a future PGA Championship and Ryder Cup respectively. The trees are grown in very tight, it is built on the side of a mountain and the greens are too fast. From the 9th through the 15th -- you encounter the side hill nature of the property. #10 is a flat par 4, dogleg right finishing in the Hot Dog House (we had some great Burger Dogs!!). Google Earth Fly -Over of Olympic Club Lake Course Detailed Maps and Yardage Charts: https://www.provisualizer.com/courses/olympicclublakecourse.php Difficulty alone is not the sum total of architectural greatness. As a member I can tell you that USGA begged the Olympic Club to host another US Open and the club wisely decided it wasn't worth it to work with them until there is a significant change in the way that host clubs are compensated. The two new holes, the 7th and 8th are out of place and don't fit a course built in 1927? The holes are quite simply indistinguishable from one other. You stated in your note the USGA was "begging" to have Olympic host the US Open. It does not play up and down the hill, but rather you find yourself walking sideways on hilly terrain throughout your round. It become the 1924 exquisite success blueprint story by Willie Watson and Sam Whiting. More About WGT ». In many ways its a bit of a slog playing quite long and characterized by what I find strange design features in many cases. Respond to above review  In 1918, The Olympic Club assumed operation of the financially-troubled Lakeside Golf Club and its 18-hole course designed by Wilfrid Reid. The 7th and 8th (a short par 4 and a par 3 added a few years ago) are excellent, but then dullness returns. When Olympic Club decided to add a golf course for its members, it purchased the pre-existing Lakeside Golf Club in 1918. Respond to above review  Holes 9-12 are all within 10 yards of each other and quite flat. Boasting 45 holes of magnificent golf, The Olympic Club has hosted multiple National Championships, numerous prestigious competitions and U.S. Open Championships. The holes work their way back and forth along the side hill nature of the property. "The Olympic Club is an amazing facility, and the Lake Course is a respected championship venue, but I don't know how anyone can love it. 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