Dairy Creek Golf Course146 Votes
- Address: 2990 Dairy Creek Rd, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-8057828060
- Tags: Golf Course, Family And Kids
This is a dream destination for golf enthusiasts as there are plenty of facilities for beginner and professional golfers. You will love the driving range here and that can well be your go-to location after office hours. The golf course is quite challenging because of the windy condition here. It is located between pristine greenery. There are lots of elevated tees here which make for a great place to stroll here. The rates here are cheaper as compared to the other courses in the bay area.
How to Reach Dairy Creek Golf Course
- Rented car/Taxi
Dairy Creek Golf Course Reviews & Ratings
Beautiful nine-hole golf course in a spectacular setting. Challenging hilly layout puts the emphasis on driving accuracy, with some room to roam without getting lost. Once in position, you'll be hitting uphill or down into large inviting greens with few sand traps. Marine layer is often present in the morning and wind is always a factor in the afternoon. It's walkable, but it's a good hike!
Has always been my favorite course. Because of lack of water source the course now only uses the back nine for golfers. Such a shame as it is a great course. Has a good driving range and chipping area.
This place has unfortunately gone downhill from years past. Stopped for lunch and we were the only ones there. The food was decent.
Dairy Creek is our go to course! Perfect Twilight hour prices! Beautiful and great wildlife throughout the course. There is one "bartender" we experienced our very first time that was not knowledgeable in cocktails and gave us ours in a small 4oz water cup..... she said 7 times... I work here one day a week. Turkey Club and fries were good!! Park your car as close to or in view of the Pro Shop, there was a couple of SUVs that had broken windows on them on day leaving the course several weeks ago. Catch you on the green!!
Nice 9 holes of golf, through valleys and canyons. Winter and spring best time to play. Summer and fall can get hot, & dry. Be prepared for losing some ball. If you don't hit the fairways, your ball is gone. Nice driving range, large practice putting green. Ask about renting a hole for an hour, for a nice way to practice.