Type: Municipal Category: Golf Only
Par: 70 Yards: 6294 Rating: 70.6 Slope: 123
Built in the late 1930s, and designed by William Bell Jr., Tilden Park has long been enjoyed by golfers for it's forested setting within the East Bay Regional Park high in the hills above UC Berkeley. Tilden's straight uphill, 400-plus yard par-4 first hole is probably the toughest opener in the Bay Area. The par-3 16th sits at the highest point on the course, with views of the bay and a plateau green 200 yards away.
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