Greenway Golf has been busy at the 45-hole golf course we manage in Alameda, California. The driving range was completely resurfaced with drought-tolerant grass, and the aging artificial turf is being repurposed as bunker liners on the redesigned South Course. Meanwhile, the “Mif” 9-hole course which Greenway remodeled as our first project continues to provide enjoyment, as does the 18-hole Earl Fry North Course.
In Fall of 2017 (or earlier) we plan on unveiling the Rees Jones designed Jack Clark South Course. It will be one of the most environmentally-sensitive courses in the U.S., particularly in the area of saving California’s precious resource – water. But there is much more than that. Because as a golfer, you love being “one” with nature, but you’re particularly fond of birdies and eagles. The way the South Course will play, with plenty of opportunities to run your ball up to the beautiful green complexes, there are going to be plenty of chances to hit it close from all distances, and at all trajectories.
We can’t wait to have you come out and play it, but in the meantime, you might enjoy seeing our progress via the aerial tour in the video below.