Love Golf and Tennis?
Seven Oaks Country Club which our community is directly adjacent to, offers something for everyone. Its beauty and grandeur is the centerpiece of the Seven Oaks master planned community. With its majestic architectural perspective, meticulous attention to detail, highest level of personal service and recreational and social amenities, Seven Oaks Country Club enjoys the reputation as one of the most spectacular and largest private country clubs in Central California.
As you enter the grounds, traveling down the long entrance to the clubhouse, you feel as if you have arrived at a grand southern Antebellum mansion. At the center of attention sits the magnificent clubhouse, surrounded by lakes, waterfalls, greenery and flowers. The view is breathtaking.
Seven Oaks Country Club provides a cordial meeting place for members as well as a wide range of entertainment activities and events. Overlooking the streams, lakes and waterfalls surrounding the 18th green, enjoy an afternoon lunch or just sit and watch your favorite sporting event at the Mixed Grille. Enjoy dinner in the five star Oak Room restaurant, featuring a formal dinning room with views of the lovely rose garden. Or just relax and enjoy the casual atmosphere and dine al fresco at the Lakeside Café and Lakeside Pavilion.
Leisure and recreational activities take on many forms at Seven Oaks Country Club. Enjoy a round of tennis on one of seven lighted tennis courts or workout in two state-of-the-art fitness centers. Other leisure and recreational activities includes two swimming pools, jacuzzi’s, sauna and steam rooms.
The biggest attraction to Seven Oaks Country Club is the 27-hole championship golf course. Designed by world renowned architect Robert Muir Graves, with its breathtaking fairways, beautiful lakes, and meticulous bunker-guarded greens you just can’t go wrong. You can choose to play any 9 hole course combination of Oaks, Lakes or Islands course. Each combination is a par-36 providing 18-holes at par-72.
Each course hosts four sets of tees. The Oaks Course reaches 3,513 yards from the back to 2,692 from the front. The Lakes Course reaches 3,446 yards from the back to 2,673 from the front. Last but defiantly not least the Island Course, which has the longest yardage of all three courses, reaches 3,633 from the back to 2,785 from the front.
All three courses are well maintained with their lush fairways, manicured greens and picturesque scenery of lakes, creeks, bridges and waterfalls.
Regular and senior memberships are available and affordable. Don’t forget to ask the Seven Oaks Country Club Membership Director about incentives for new residents of The Greens at Seven Oaks. You may also visit the Seven Oaks Country Club for more information.