Corica Park (all facilities) Temporarily Closed
In working with the City of Alameda and in support of the March 16, 2020 "Shelter in Place order by Alameda County Health Officer, Corica Park is currently closed. We are hopeful to be able to make a case for reopening in the near future under the order exception for outdoor activities like walking, hiking, etc. The golf course is one of the better places to practice social distancing as the nature of tee times spreads players out over 150 acres of playing field. And, golf provides promotion of positive mental health by playing a game, exercise and vitamin D from sun light. We look forward to a healthy return in the near future.
Together we will address and resolve the ongoing health concerns and look forward to reopening Corica Park (which, the course is in amazing shape and will be ready for your return). We will post further notices with additional updates when available. If you have any questions regarding your tee time, events or other please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond accordingly.
Corica Park and the National Golf Course Owners Association have been working to prepare new safer protocols to assist efforts to prevent the spread of viruses once the course reopens, these include, but not limited to:
- Self-service credit card processing to eliminate touch points with shop staff
- Advance payment option to skip the golf shop
- Foam insert in flag cup to allow players to retrieve balls without touching cup
- Single-rider cart options along with walking which has always been encouraged at Corica
- Washing and sanitizing protocols for carts, restrooms and counter services
- Removing water coolers and ball washers
Experience the Bay Areas Only Australian Sand-Belt Style Course
The New South Course Designed by Renowned Architect Rees Jones
Located in the beautiful island City of Alameda, California, less than five minutes from the Oakland Airport. It's time to discover one of America's new best public access courses, the all new South Course (opened June 22, 2018). Unlike any course in the Bay Area, renowned Architect Rees Jones describes the new course as a minimalist design more like you would find in Australia, where you can play the ball to the hole by air or ground.
In addition to the new Corica Park South Course, you'll find an entire property renovation and rebranding underway with over $20 million in ongoing improvements. As part of the renovation you can enjoy the new completed 9-hole par-3 course, selected one of America''s Top 13 par 3 courses, which is perfect for a quick round or short game practice. Or if you are looking for the best environment to practice with professional power tee matts or PGA quality natural grass turf, enjoy the premier practice range. For more information on the New Corica Park be sure to explore the website or contact the golf shop.
The Latest News at Corica Park
Best New Public, No. 5: Corica Park Golf Complex (South Course) Alameda, Calif.; 6,874 yards, par 72; Rees Jones, designer with Steve Weisser, design associate When George Kelley’s Greenway Co. took out a long-term lease on the Chuck Corica Golf Complex from the city of Alameda, Calif., it promised to revamp the 45-hole complex, which […]
By: Sean Fairholm If you close your eyes and picture Northern California golf, the first images are likely of waves dancing around Stillwater Cove at Pebble Beach or stoic Monterey Cypress trees framing a foggy dogleg at Olympic Club. But George Kelley envisioned something totally different back in 2012 when his team at Greenway Golf […]
ALAMEDA, California (May 31, 2019) –by Pete Wlodkowski of AmateurGolf.com Corica Park manager Greenway Golf and The Oakland A’s have announced a marketing partnership that will bring together the East Bay’s favorite baseball team with it’s top public golf course. The unique program will provide the Oakland A’s with a venue to entertain staff, guests, […]
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