Anderson Valley Brewing Company

Boonville, California     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Joe Defatte › April 17, 2011
A
Great course that always works me out. You get a good range of shots from overhand, side-arm, and backhand plus a little bit of water involved. $5 gets you into the course and a $5 discount on their beer... so basically $10 gets you in and a 6 pack of beer.
-  -1 votes  + Samuel Sherwood › August 9, 2011
A-
Would be an "A" if it had good tee pads.
-  -1 votes  + Patrick Mcnett › March 26, 2012
B+
This is a cool course some pretty open terrain and some technical shots. I wouldn't say it's easy but advanced players won't have a hard time shooting under here. I love that you can only drink Boonville beer on the course and I love Boonville brew. Which bumps it in my book.
-  +1 votes  + Jon Kaiser › October 2, 2012
A-
Fun course with some distance and minor elevation changes. At least one tree is in play on each hole. The brewery is fantastic, and if you buy enough beer/merch, your round is free. This is a frequent stop now.
-  +0 votes  + Mike Kaiser › October 9, 2012
A-
Cool course with some long shot opportunities. Can't hurt that its at a brewery.
-  +0 votes  + Luda F. › July 18, 2013
C-
I have been using this site to locate the better courses to play and it has been quite accurate until today. This course has no signs whatsoever: none, zip, nada. Most of the tees have a number but there are several that don't even have that. There is no map on the kiosk and the course itself is very flat. Some of the basket numbers are facing the wrong way so you have to walk all the way up to it and look on the opposite side to see if it is the correct hole (basket). All that is ok for a C ...
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-  +0 votes  + Peter Ensrud › April 22, 2014
B-
This courses nice. I am from Santa Rosa, ca. But played this while living in San Francisco. Friends and I would drive up and play this course, and sometimes we'd play one in Novato before or after. This course has some short worthless holes near the brewery. I skip those and go straight to hole 3 or four I think it is. Of all the times I have played here we were alone most of the times. I can't remember ever seeing more than a couple other people. Which is great because we'd just make up out ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jason Cabral › April 27, 2014
B
A little difficult to navigate if you've never been there before, but not too bad if you get a course map from the taproom. Some holes are pretty tucked away, but overall it's a cool little course that I'll be back to more often.