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Just a reminder that the annual Graeagle 4th of July Celebration has been CANCELED this year but there’s still plenty of reasons to visit Graeagle and Whitehawk Ranch.

Celebrate the Fourth on the fairway!

We are so pleased that the weather has turned warmer and our golf season is upon us.

Both Whitehawk and Graeagle Meadows golf courses are open and in top shape.

It’s the perfect time to get out and enjoy some golf in the outdoors.

Take a ride on our new Finn Cycles to experience the course in a whole new way!

Take advantage of our deal to golf both courses for the low price of $199!

Call us for more information at (530) 836-0394.

Our food and beverage services are open and ready to take your order.

Stay safe & take care of each other!

Introducing.. for the first time, our best value rate of the season!

Take advantage of our PLAY ALL DAY rate until November 3rd, 2019.

Play All Day for $89
Twilight (3pm) $69

All golf fees include golf cart and use of the practice facility prior to play.

Don’t forget to stop in our Pro Shop before or after your round! You can score huge savings up to 30% off!

Don’t miss out on this beautiful weather! Come see us!

Don’t miss out on this beautiful weather! Come see us!

Use Butch Harmon’s keys to simplify bunker shots

Written by: Butch Harmon

When most golfers climb into a greenside bunker, it’s like an out-of-body experience. They lose all sense of what they need to do, fear takes over, and a few hacks later . . . triple bogey.

The good news is, most of the mistakes I see come at address, and those are the easy ones to fix. A lot of golfers play the ball back and push their hands ahead. Typical miss: chunk. Others set up tilting away from the target. Typical miss: skull. So let’s check your setup.

First, open the clubface. That adds loft and helps the club slide through the sand. Rotate the face open, then grip with your top hand, setting your thumb on the top of the handle. Add your bottom hand. Opening the clubface before you grip helps keep it open during the swing.

Second, play the ball forward in your stance, in line with your front foot. That pre-sets hitting the sand a few inches behind the ball. The shaft should be straight up and down or leaning slightly away from the target—another key to maintaining loft and promoting that sliding action.

Third, dig in your feet a little and lean your body over your front foot. That’ll give you the descent you need on the downswing to drive the club through the sand and under the ball.

Focus on a spot a few inches behind the ball, that’s where you want the club to touch down.

Now you’re in a great position to hit the shot. All I want you to think about is spanking the sand and keeping up your speed to the finish. You’ll be amazed how your fear disappears after you see a few good ones.