TPC San Francisco Bay at Stonebrae Country Club

Golf Course Review by: Bill Satterfield (2009)

Quick Facts

Designer:  David McLay Kidd in 2007

Cost:  Private

Contact Information:  Phone: (510) 728-7878 - Greg Rodgers, Head Professional

Course Website:  Official Website - Visit TPC San Francisco Bay's official website by clicking on the link provided.

Directions:  Get here! - 28760 Fairview Ave., Hayward, California 94542

Photos:  See additional photos of TPC San Francisco Bay at Stonebrae

Accolades:  Host of the Stonebrae Classic, a Nationwide Tour event.

What to Expect:  Located southeast of Oakland/San Francisco in Hayward, TPC Stonebrae is a David McLay Kidd design that features significant elevations throughout the layout combined with creative yet penal bunkering. The course features no trees on the interior part of the course and very few on the perimeter which opens up the vistas across the Bay Area. The routing takes players from the top of hillsides, along a housing development, and into a protected ravine area as the course flows along the undulated terrain. Conditioning is excellent and the greens are fast at Stonebrae which was a stop on the Nationwide Tour from 2009 – 2012. In the end, Stonebrae is an excellent golf course that is highlighted by rolling terrain and impressive views that is sure to keep your interest from start to finish.

Signature Hole:  12th - 593 Yard Par 5

This was the hole that drew instant fame when the course went it
12th Hole at Stonebrae (593 Yard Par 5)

By the Numbers:

Tees Par Yardage Rating Slope
Black 72 7140 75.0 135
Silver 72 6505 71.4 129
Orange 72 6027 69.3 122
Gold (Women) 72 5485 71.3 125
Green (Women) 72 4774 67.1 115

Individual Hole Analysis

Best Par 3:  11th - 240 Yards

11th Hole at Stonebrae (240 Yard Par 3)

Best Par 4:  10th - 437 Yards

The best views on the course are found on the 10th tee box
10th Hole at Stonebrae (437Yard Par 4)

Best Par 5:  12th - 593 Yards

A big time par five that curls down the hill
12th Hole at Stonebrae (593 Yard Par 5)

Birdie Time:  5th - 316 Yard Par 4

A driveable par four that will result in birdie for most players on the Nationwide Tour
5th Hole at Stonebrae (316 Yard Par 4)

Bogey Beware:  8th - 466 Yard Par 4

A long par four with a center fairway bunker
8th Hole at Stonebrae (466 Yard Par 4)

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