The Course at Wente Vineyards

Designed by golfing great Greg Norman, the 18-hole championship course is a picturesque 7,181-yard, par-72, upscale, daily-fee golf course tucked away in the scenic Livermore Valley, 50 minutes east of San Francisco.

San Francisco Bay Area’s premier golf course, The Course at Wente Vineyards opened in July 1998. With three distinct topographies, native woodlands, mature vineyards and rolling hills of natural grasslands, The Course at Wente Vineyards offers extraordinary visual panoramas and a diversity of play unmatched in the Bay Area. Designed for both novice and pro, The Course has played host to the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship, part of the PGA Tour’s Nationwide Tour.

It’s not a coincidence that Greg Norman, with his own wine label, designed the Course at Wente Vineyards in the heart of Livermore Valley Wine Country for a family-owned winery. Golf pairs well in the rolling hills of the East Bay, although the weather trends hot, dry and windy in summer months. The 7,181-yard routing traverses three distinct topographies – native woodlands, mature vineyards and natural grasslands – to deliver profound vistas and challenging holes. It hosted the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship, part of what was then the Nationwide Tour (now the Korn Ferry), from 2006-08.

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