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Bass Lake Golf Course near El Dorado Hills in El Dorado County is fun, affordable and always engaging. Everything the beautiful California Sierra Foothills has to offer is on display year round. Clean air, gorgeous views, natural oak-forested settings, amazing sunrises and sunsets. At 1,200 altitude, in Summer we're cooler, in Winter we're above the fog and below the snow.
Bass Lake Golf course itself is challenging but accessible for every level of golfer. We have 9- or 18-hole options, a 30-stall driving range, practice greens, a pro shop, and a full bar and restaurant. And our prices will make you happy!
By our driving directions you'll see we're easy to get to. Just a few minutes up the hill from Folsom, east of El Dorado Hills and near the Cameron Park airport. Bass Lake Golf Course is a public course tucked into a secluded foothills location, open to inspiring views of the Sacramento Valley seen especially well from east-side holes.
We think you'll find golfing at Bass Lake Golf Course as enjoyable and refreshing an experience as the Sierra Foothills and El Dorado County has to offer.
Bass Lake Golf Course owner, Sabrina Ho, says, "Golfers love Bass Lake Golf Course. Everyone here is friendly and warm. It's a first rate facility but without the stuffiness of exclusive clubs. I'd like to greet you personally, so I hope you'll visit us soon!"
May 1st 2015
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Unlimited Golf with Cart
Any Time After 12AM
$26 Per Player Mon-Fri
$28 Per Player Sat-Sun
Twilight starts 12pmSuper Twilight starts 2pm
Reserve your tee time online or by calling: 530-677-GOLF (4653)
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