One, Two or Four Player Options on Either of Chuck Corica’s Courses

Today's Deal: One, Two or Four Player Options on Either of Chuck Corica’s Courses

Chuck Corica Golf Course
Value $60
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Savings $30
Price $30
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$30
$30 Single - Golf with Cart and Small Bucket of Range Balls ( Value $60)
$55
$55 Twosome ($27.50 each) - Golf with Cart and Small Bucket of Range Balls ( Value $120)
$100
$100 Foursome ($25 Each) - Golf with Cart and Small Bucket of Range Balls ( Value $240)
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Highlights

  • Water hazards animate holes like No. 5, a testy par 4, and No. 15, an intimidating par 3 of 196 yards.
  • The 6,586-yard Jack Clark Course is more forgiving off the tee and features a sterling rendition of the short par 4.

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Chuck Corica

The legendary father-son duo of William P. and William F. Bell worked hand-in-hand on many golf courses. But it’s highly unusual to find their creations side-by-side, which is part of what makes Alameda’s Chuck Corica Golf Complex a special place. There’s also today’s three-tiered deal, good for 18 holes, cart and a small bucket of range balls for each player, valid on either course (Earl Fry or Jack Clark), any time Monday through Friday, and after 12:00 p.m. weekends/holidays, until March 31, 2013:
  • One player—$30, up to 50% off retail
  • Two players—$55 ($27.50 each), up to 54% off
  • Four players—$100 ($25 each), up to 58% off
The Bells have been called “California’s first family of golf course design” for good reason. Briefly: William Park Bell, right-hand man to George Thomas at Riviera CC and a star in his own right, begat William Francis Bell, architect of Torrey Pines’ mighty South Course. The elder Bell laid out the Earl Fry 18 in 1929, and it’s every bit the shotmaking exam today that it was back then. Water hazards animate holes like No. 5, a testy par 4, and No. 15, an intimidating par 3 of 196 yards. All in all Earl Fry is nicely nuanced and not overly difficult at 6,339 yards.

William F. Bell added his signature to the property in 1957. The 6,586-yard Jack Clark Course is more forgiving off the tee and features a sterling rendition of the short par 4. The eighth hole, just 321 yards, doglegs over a pair of cross bunkers and presents a long menu of options for attacking the shallow green. In short, it’s brilliant.

Conditions at Chuck Corica are on the upswing under new management by Greenway Golf, operators of the much-praised Stevinson Ranch GC. The layouts have always been first-rate—I say pick up two deals and ring both Bells in one place.

Fine Print

Valid November 13, 2012 through March 31, 2013. Good any time Monday through Friday and after 12pm on Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. Limit 4 per person, may purchase 4 additional as gifts. Deal includes tax.

Location Chuck Corica Golf Course

Chuck Corica Golf Course
1 Clubhouse Memorial Rd
Alameda, California, 94502-6502 Get Directions
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