La Contenta Golf Club

La Contenta Golf Club

La Contenta Golf Club is a Semi-Private 18-hole golf course located in Valley Springs, California.

The La Contenta Golf Club golf course first opened in 1973. The course was designed by Richard Bigler.

Set in the rolling foothills thirty-five miles east from the City of Stockton, La Contenta Golf Club challenges you with out-of-bounds stakes lining fourteen holes and water hazards coming into play on nine holes. Be ready to hit plenty of blind shots as well as approach shots from off side hill lies. The layout affords outstanding vistas of the surrounding area on virtually every hole.

Par for the course is 72. From the back tees the course plays to 6,141 yards. From the forward tees the course measures 4,756 yards. The longest hole on the course is # 3, a par-5 that plays to 471 yards. The shortest hole on the course is # 2, a par-3 that plays to 167 yards from the back tees.

Watch out for # 9, a 392 yard par-4 challenge and the #1 handicap hole on the course. The easiest hole is # 17, a 309 yard par-4. The signature hole at the La Contenta Golf Club golf course is #13, a 178-yard, par 3, which drops 100 feet from off the tee to an L-shaped green almost completely surrounded by water.



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Course Tour

HOLE 1 — 382 YARDS, PAR 4
Dog leg right, with small creek 70 yards in front of the green. Green slopes slightly from front to back. Straightforward starting hole.

HOLE 2 — 167 YARDS, PAR 3
Good par three! Tee shot must carry large pond to an elevated green that is guarded by large bunkers. Use half a club more than normal. Par is good score on this difficult par three.

HOLE 3 — 471 YARDS, PAR 5
Tee shot in fairway a must on this hole. OB left and right make tee shot difficult. Ball placed on the top of hill leaves approximately 220 yards to the front of the green. Be happy with par on this short par five.

HOLE 4 — 201 YARDS, PAR 3
This par three is harder than it looks. Downhill, with a large green, and surrounding bunkers make par a great score on this hole.

HOLE 5 — 292 YARDS, PAR 4
Short uphill par four that can yield many birdies with a good drive in the fairway. Uphill second shot to a green that you can’t see makes getting it close to the hole difficult. Miss it left or right and you’re in trouble.

HOLE 6 — 311 YARDS, PAR 4
Mid to long iron, or fairway wood off the tee a good play here. Aim to the left edge of the bunker. This leaves you with a short iron to a large green. Watch out for water in front of the green.

HOLE 7 — 456 YARDS, PAR 5
Best par five on the golf course. Water right, and OB left, make this tee shot the hardest on the course. A ball placed in the fairway leaves you with a hard choice: carry the lake to the green, or lay up? Leave here happy with a par.

HOLE 8 — 195 YARDS, PAR 3
195 yards, par 3. Similar to the fourth hole. Water right, and a small creek running the left of the green make this par three difficult.

HOLE 9 — 392 YARDS, PAR 4
Good hole with which to finish the front side. Long par four, a wide fairway, and a deep green, Four is a great score here.

HOLE 10 — 410 YARDS, PAR 4
A tee shot to a sometimes blind landing area makes this long par four tough. The green is guarded to the right by a creek and to the left by a tree and OB.

HOLE 11 — 391 YARDS, PAR 4
Dog leg right par four that is set up by the tee shot. A drive to the middle of the fairway leaves you to a short iron to a green that slopes from back to front. Be sure to keep your approach shot below the hole on this one.

HOLE 12 — 338 YARDS, PAR 4
Short, but difficult par four. Stay left of the large oak tree in the fairway. One more club is needed to get to this elevated three-tiered green that slopes severely from back to front. Three-putts are common on this green!.

HOLE 13 — 178 YARDS, PAR 3
Signature hole. Great par three with an elevated tee and a pond in the front of the green. Green slopes from back to front. Above the hole is not the place to be on this hole.

HOLE 14 — 451 YARDS, PAR 5
This par five requires a tee shot that is accurate, not long. The crest of the hill is the best place to be. Green slopes from back to front. This par five warrants many birdies and bogeys.

HOLE 15 — 332 YARDS, PAR 4
Best play off the tee is to hit a driver over the top of the oak tree in front of the tee blocks. Drive in the fairway will leave a short iron to green. Small oak tree on the right side of the green makes getting to back right pin difficult. Lots of birdies made here.

HOLE 16 — 418 YARDS, PAR 4
OB left makes the drive a difficult one. Long to mid iron second shot to a deep green this is guarded in front by a bunker, and to the right by a creek bed. Par is great score here.

HOLE 17 — 309 YARDS, PAR 4
Easiest hole on the course. Green is not very deep, and the bunker in the front will grab many golf balls.

HOLE 18 — 447 YARDS, PAR 5
Easily the hardest hole on the course! Short par five that has OB left and water through the fairway. Don’t let the short distance fool you! Ball in the fairway a must. Second shot to this green is the hardest on the course. Green is completely surrounded by water. Any shot astray is in trouble. Green is fairly flat. Birdie on this finishing hole will be the highlight of the day.


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