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Old Brockway Golf Course - 1 Reviews - 400 Brassie Ave, Kings Beach, CA - Sporting Goods Reviews - Phone (530) 546-9909

Old Brockway Golf Course

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400 Brassie Ave
Kings Beach, CA 96143
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(530) 546-9909
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This golf course is right off the main road into King's Beach yet is is quiet. The course is kept up very well and the Blue Onion restaurant is there.

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Old Brockway Golf Course 10/9/2008

This golf course is right off the main road into King's Beach yet is is quiet. The course is kept up very well and the Blue Onion restaurant is there. more
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  • Rated Top Ten Golf Course In Northern California By Golf Today Magazine<br /><br />* Old Brockway Golf Course Meanders Through Towering Jeffery Pines With Majestic Mountain And Lake Tahoe Views<br />* Enjoy More Than 3400 Yards Of Quality Golfing Experience, Including Two Par 5 Holes<br />* The Tight Fairways And The Postage Stamp Greens Are Reminiscent Of Golf In An Era Gone By<br />* Built By Harry Comstock And Designed By Renowned Scottish Architect John Duncan Dunn. Dunn Is One Of The Premiere Golf Course Architects Of His Era. He Built Many Famous Courses In His Day, One Being The Shinnecock Hills, NY, Site Of The 1995 US Open <br />* Home Of The 1st Bing Crosby Golf Tournament 1934 - 1935<br />* 1st 9-Hole Golf Course In Country To Become An Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary <br />* Old Brockway Golf Course Is A Family Business That Proudly Applies Organic Management Practices<br /><br />AMENITY<br />Directions: From Sacramento and Bay Area<br />-Take Highway 80 East and exit onto Highway 89, in Truckee, towards Squaw Valley and North Lake Tahoe<br />-Stay on Highway 89 past Squaw Valley until you come to the traffic light in Tahoe City<br />-Go straight through the traffic light - you are now on North Lake Blvd. (Highway 28)<br />-Stay on North Lake Blvd. (Highway 28) for about 8.5 miles and turn left onto Brassie Avenue before the traffic light at Highway 267 in Kings Beach<br /><br />From Reno<br />-Take Highway 80 West towards Reno and Sacramento and exit onto Highway 267, in Truckee, towards North Lake Tahoe <br />-Stay on Highway 267 for about 15 miles until you reach the traffic light at North Lake Blvd. in Kings Beach<br />-Turn right at the traffic light and then an immediate right onto Brassie Avenue

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