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333 Biscayne Dr
San Rafael, CA  94901-1577
United States
P: (415) 453-4940
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Peacock Gap Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 6,261 yards | 126 slope

70.0 rating | Rye grass

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Peacock Gap Golf Course

The 18-hole "Peacock Gap" course at the Peacock Gap Golf Club facility in San Rafael, California features 6,261 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 70.0 and it has a slope rating of 126 on Rye grass. Designed by William Bell, ASGCA/(R) Forrest Richardson, ASGCA, the Peacock Gap golf course opened in 1959. Syufy Enterprises manages this facility, with Joseph Reilly as the General Manager.


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Reviewed May 24, 2018

Looked at the reviews below, unbelievable that nothing has really changed at the course in several years except the owners. Still have unplayable rough, you could still lose a ball by the ball washer on 2. Pros: excellant superintendent, greens are excellent, currently under going an overseeding to improve drainage and turf condition, they are also renovating the bunkers. Cons: long unplayable rough, poor water quality in the water hazards, current owners will not invest in maintainence staff, great range if you can aford .33 per ball. This review is from a long time Peacock member

Reviewed August 23, 2010

Reviewed March 04, 2009

I have occasionally played this course since the 70's. It had always been considered a fairly flat, poor draining, and non-challenging track. I believe the course has changed hands several times, but the "experience" has never really broken out in conjunction with any administrative changes. I have played dozens of times at the new "Richardson" designed layout. I play in a league that has Peacock as one of the courses. In essence, the practice facility is the only bright spot at Peacock. The course went from a "member friendly" facility to a pretencious, expensive "tricked out" layout. While management can go in any direction they choose, I believe they have totally missed the boat with their approach. Much of the redesign occurred while the economy was in better shape, but current management was agonizingly slow in changing some of the major problems golfers had with the new design. "Natural grasses". Come on!! The course was allowed to be overgrown with weeds! I actually lost a ball next to the ball washer on the second tee when I didn't see exactly where it dropped. It took almost six months, and lots of lost revenue, for management to cut down the knee high rough surrounding the fairway bunkers. The course appeared unkept and sloppy. Richardson totally blew it on the 5th hole with a green layout that cannot hold an approach. Ultimately, the bitter pill has to be the green fees. $60.00 to walk M-Th!! You want to ride? Try $40.00 for a cart for two! Want to warm up? $7.00 for 30 balls. Management has grandiose plans for a new club house, swimming pool, etc. Good Luck!!!! One can only imagine what the fees will be when these amenities come on line, and how about the "private membership" packages they are offering? Management has "whiffed" with their long range plans for Peacock (see "Stonetree"). I can't see any chance for success with the direction they have chosen.

Reviewed February 15, 2008

I just played this course yesterday,, 12/14/08. and will never go back. all they did was add a few traps, undulated the greens. the 14th green is right out of a pee wee golf course. all you needed was a clowns mouth and windmill. it was a fine course, but the greens really do suck. and then to charge 85 dollars per round midweek is outrageous. in my opinion, it will close up soon. FIX THOSE MICKEY MOUSE GREENS

Reviewed July 11, 2006

User-friendly Golf Course

Peacock Gap is a good place to go to have a good time and build confidence. It is an easy golf course with many short par-4’s and par 5’s and with few hazards and O.B. The setting is nice with hillsides in view on most holes. Though most of the course is lined with houses. The condition is fair. When I last played it (7/11/06) the fairways were partially burnt out. The greens held well but were cut pretty long had some burnout or fungus near many of the edges. It is a good course for walking or pulling as it is flat, short, and there are short walks between holes. Overall, this course is a great value and an enjoyable time. But don’t expect to be challenged with long second shots or legitimate par 5’s.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 eitan M. 28 47 19 03/02/08
2 Todd J. 14 48 34 03/31/11
3 Alex G. N/A 67 67 07/19/10
4 Patrick L. 19 88 69 07/15/10
5 JUNGHWAN L. 16 86 70 03/23/10
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Golf Course Information

About Peacock Gap

Peacock Gap Golf Club

Golf Only facility

Managed by Syufy Enterprises

18 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Peacock Gap

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Tournaments of Peacock Gap

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Course Staff

Joseph Reilly, General Manager
Jim Murray, Director of Golf
Mario Mandujano, Superintendent