Located at the base of Squaw Valley | Apline Meadows, at an elevation of 6,200 feet, the Links at Squaw Creek championship golf course measures 6,931 yards from the gold tees and is a par-71.
Golfers of all abilities can enjoy the experience of playing one of California's most beautiful and environmentally sound golf courses. With four sets of tees - plus family tees placed just 150 yards from the green - Links at Squaw Creek presents a fun and exciting golf experience for players and teaches everyone the importance of managing the game and playing smart.
For serious golfers, this narrow Squaw Valley golf course is best played when you're up on your game, as accuracy is much more important than distance. The front nine climbs along the mountainside through trees and narrow fairways, requiring players to place the ball precisely. The back nine winds through the wetlands of Squaw Valley, with tall grass, marshes and wooden cart paths - also requiring very targeted play.
Our signature 6th hole, a par 3, features a demanding over-the-water approach and spectacular views of Squaw Valley's surrounding peaks. With water in front and trouble behind, golfers always feel rewarded when they hit the green.
Meet our Golf Director
Eric Veraguth, Director of Golf and Ski, brings more than 20 years of professional golf experience to the Links at Squaw Creek.
Eric joined the resort's staff in 1998 as an assistant golf pro, became the head golf pro in 2004, and Director of Golf in Spring 2007. He achieved his PGA certification in 2000.
Eric served as an assistant golf pro at the Tahoe Donner Golf Club before coming to the Links at Squaw Creek. Previously, he taught golf at Erlen Golf Club in Erlen, Switzerland, just south of Zurich. Eric began his career at the Basin Harbor Club in Vergennes, Vermont.
For tee time reservations or information, call 530.581.6637.