Blue Rock Springs Golf Course East
As one player points out, you need to “bring your A game” to the Blue Rock Springs Golf Course – East. This 18-hole, par 70 is one of two “sister” courses in Solano County.
While the Blue Rock Springs West Course was built in 1949, its younger “East” sibling was built in 1994 under the supervision of architect Robert Muir Graves. The highly-rated course is known for dramatic elevation changes and challenging pin placements that are rivaled by sweeping scenic views and wildlife. Enjoy Bay views on several holes but pay attention to club selection as both uphill and downhill greens make an appearance.
The 6,162-yard course, recommended by 91% of GolfPass reviewers, is open year round and is closed on Mondays. The course offers a range of tee time options with variable pricing that allows you to play when your time and budget allow.
The full-service, 36-hole facility includes the east and west courses plus a driving range and a golf shop. The 27-stall driving range is open daily and features some grass tees weekends from the spring to fall. The Cafe Rock serves breakfast and lunch plus assorted nonalcoholic drinks, beer and spirits.