While most people flock to Napa Valley because it is wine country, they also know to expect the beautiful setting that creates the perfect fertility for wine production. Napa and its surrounding country towns are as enjoyable as outdoors destinations, as they are for their culinary prowess. A day exploring the valley on horseback, bicycle or playing a round at any of the fantastic Napa Valley golf courses is best followed by a wine tasting or a delectable meal at one of the area’s gourmet restaurants.
Visiting one of Napa Valley’s golf courses is a wonderful way to spend a few hours – or all day! You’ll certainly work up an appetite and want to treat yourself to a delicious meal after your round. Or, you may just want to come back to Churchill Manor to relax and indulge in an in-room massage. Download a copy of our free Vacation Guide to learn about all of the apres-golf activities available to you!
There are numerous golf courses in Napa to play for those who love the sport. No matter your skill level you’ll appreciate these lush courses surrounded by the area’s rolling hills and sweeping views. Whether you’ve brought your clubs, or want to rent a set and hit the greens for a round or two in this temperate climate, you’ll be nothing short of impressed by the golf courses in Napa. Here is a short list of recommendations to get you started in planning your rounds.
Chardonnay Golf Club
A premier golf destination in Northern California, this course is sure to shape your game for the better. A 150-acre course winding through Chardonnay and Merlot vineyards, it has many lakes and creek crossings, offering both a challenging and intriguing game like none you’ve ever played.
Napa Golf Course at Kennedy Park
Kennedy Park is one of the most wonderful places to hang out, whether you’re golfing or not. This desirable course is laid-back while being fully equipped with lush freeways, expert greens, practice putting and chipping greens and an individual stall driving range. Golf pros are always on site to offer lessons, no matter your skill level, they are here to help you break those bad habits.
Eagle Vines Vineyards and Golf Club
Eagle Vines is the perfect harmony of recreation and nature, tucked away in Napa Valley and surrounded by vineyards. This Johnny Miller designed par 72-course is one of the area’s favorites, frequently attracting people from Sacramento to San Francisco, as well as the international visitors to wine country.
Mount St. Helena Golf Course
If you’re looking for a very casual place to hit a few balls during your stay, head over to the Mount St. Helena Golf Course. You’ll find it on the Napa County Fairgrounds in Calistoga and is a beautiful drive from Churchill Manor. Enjoy nine holes with a par-34 rating, and a flat layout with an open architecture. Its design makes it a fun place to play for beginners and advanced players.
We have listed just a few of the great places to play golf in Napa Valley, and focused on courses that are an easy drive from Churchill Manor. Our premier bed and breakfast is in the heart of downtown Napa. Our exquisite inn promises the perfect combination of simplicity and luxury, and a great place to unwind with an afternoon glass of wine and hors d’oeuvres after playing one of the golf courses in Napa. If you’re staying with us at Churchill Manor our gourmet breakfasts will set you up for a day of golf, or whatever you have planned.