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Antioch, CA  94531-9053
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www.roddyranch.com
Roddy Ranch Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,945 yards | 131 slope

74.3 rating | Rye grass


Roddy Ranch Golf Course


The 18-hole "Roddy Ranch" course at the Roddy Ranch Golf Course facility in Antioch, California features 6,945 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.3 and it has a slope rating of 131 on Rye grass. Designed by J. Michael Poellot, ASGCA, the Roddy Ranch golf course opened in 2000. Kevin Fitzgerald, PGA manages the course as the General Manager.

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Reviewed December 22, 2011

Reviewed May 27, 2011

Great layout. Lot's of challenge and variation between holes. Greens are definitely quick. Even after a few years of conditioning. Staff and amenities could use improvement. Otherwise, it's a great place to play!!

Reviewed September 25, 2009

I am pretty new to golf, but I think most people would agree this is a tough course. There is not a flat lie on it and the greens are tricky. Hotter than hell in the summer time too and not much shade. It's so hilly that I think a cart is a must although I saw one or two people walking it in 90 degrees plus. There are quite a few outstanding views and the course is maintained pretty well. There were a few too many mudholes for my taste. Lot's of challenges and good variety of distance between the holes. I had fun but I am glad I had a discount for my birthday because fifty bucks would have made it less fun. The facilities are primitive. The clubhouse is like two double wides latched together, but they are seriously air conditioned. You can still get a sandwich and beer, its just not luxury.

Reviewed March 31, 2009

Really dissapointed, this course isn't great. Luckily we only paid 30 dollars a person because they just punched the greens. I'm glad that's all we paid, because it wasn't the best. I should note it was very windy that day, so that kind of hurts this course. At the same time though, i hear the course is windy a lot, so if it's a regular thing, that has to be taken into consideration. The bunkers were really hard, and felt like more sand was needed. If you are a good player, this is a challenging course, but with the wind, it was down right ridiculous. For a "higher end" course, the clubhouse can barely be called a clubhouse. The carts are new, I guess that's a plus. The driving range doesn't have many slots. Overall dissapointed, save your time and potential rattlesnake confrontation.

Reviewed May 04, 2008

Overall pretty good experience. The condition of the greens was a little disappointing. They were lightining fast, but also had a lot of areas of disrepair. The general service (marshall, front desk and cart girl was great.) Pretty good pace of play - we got around in about 4.5 hours.

Reviewed July 31, 2007

I just played this course for the first time and found it very enjoyable. It's challenging enough to make you think about your shots, but not ridiculously hard. Definitely follow the tee recommendations for your index, though. The 6th hole is a bit contrived, but over-all the holes are well-designed and varied enough to keep it interesting for the entire round. Course conditions were very good. They still need to build out a true clubhouse, but what they have at the moment is enough to meet the immediate needs. I'll definitely be back.

Reviewed March 31, 2007

Roddy Ranch

One of the best new golf courses in NorCal in a long time. Great strategic design and interesting, challenging bunkering. Cross bunkers are rarely seen today, but Roddy has them and they make for a fascinating choices from the tee. The course is designed to play hard and fast.

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  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Niraj P. 21 88 67 11/05/13
2 lawrence F. 14 83 69 10/15/10
3 Tom P. 9 78 69 01/24/14
4 Roland H. 21 90 69 12/08/09
5 David G. 23 92 69 07/05/14
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
3 Tom P. 10 85 75 01/15/16
3 Tom P. 10 81 71 09/08/14
33 Nick C. 16 99 83 08/31/14
5 David G. 23 92 69 07/05/14
46 Eric A. N/A 99 99 02/15/14

Golf Course Information

About Roddy Ranch

Roddy Ranch Golf Course

Golf Only facility

65 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Roddy Ranch

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Course Staff

Kevin Fitzgerald, PGA, General Manager
Lonnie Stevens, Superintendent
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