The golf course at Sequoyah is as difficult to master as it is verdant and beautiful, with hilly terrain and small, sloping greens to challenge the most skilled golfer. With no parallel fairways and no two holes alike, Sequoyah is truly a joy to experience. The course is a challenging par 70 for men and par 72 for women, with one of the highest slope/yardage ratios of any layout in California. Rolling hills, sloping fairways and lightning fast greens demand the best of every golfer while providing sweeping vistas and a luxurious evergreen backdrop.
The Oakland Tribune said, “The strange feeling hits you almost immediately when you step to the first tee at Sequoyah Country Club. Is this Oakland? Well, it is the Oakland hills, but at Sequoyah it’s easy to drift away to another place and another time . . . But if your putter goes wacky, Sequoyah will chew you up and spit you out. Then, and only then, would you feel you’re in Oakland.”
The Incredible Lamb Lunch.
Your day begins at 10:45 with an incredible barbecued lamb lunch. After you register, relax pool side at Sequoyah’s newly renovated club house while you enjoy our famous lunch and open bar. Take some time to practice on the putting green or at the driving range. Its the perfect way to get ready for your round.
Noon Shot-Gun Start
Hop in your cart, check out the goody bag filled with loads of snacks and golf accessories, and head out to your assigned tee for the noon shot gun start. On the course there’s plenty to do besides hit a golf ball. From meeting the Raideretts to wine tasting, there is something to do on almost every hole. Here are just a few of the highlights you’ll find on the course:
- Meet the Raideretts. The NFL’s fabulous females.
- Hit a hole in one for a brand new Jaguar.
- Closest to the Pin for a $200 gift card to Nordstrom
“The strange feeling hits you almost immediately when you step to the first tee at Sequoyah Country Club. Is this Oakland?
After golf it’s time for more food and drink. It’s an 8 minute drive back to the Ascension Cathedral Community Center.