Nestled in the heart of California's Sierra Gold Country, lies a newly discovered treasure, Greenhorn Creek Resort. Located just outside historic Angels Camp, home of Mark Twain's Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, Greenhorn Creek Resort welcomes guests to an 18-hole Robert Trent Jones II, redesigned golf course. Along with the breathtaking golf course views, guests are treated to pool, tennis and exercise facilities, walking and hiking trails, and brilliant star-studded night skies.
Already considered to be a good course, Robert Trent Jones II and his
design team have made it a great course. They completely rebuilt four
holes – Nos. 2, 3, 6 and 14. and reworked several more. They added, or
redesigned more than 50 bunkers, the majority featuring the distinctive
tongues that characterize Jones’s work.
The Resort’s amenities complement the course and combine to make Greenhorn Creek a special resort: Greenhorn Creek Resort's meeting and conference rooms are designed to meet the sophisticated needs of business while, at the same time, offering charming ambiance for special occasions.
The Lodge is a 17,000-square-foot structure designed to create a casual,
comfortable feel that mirrors the splendid foothill setting. Striking
views of the golf course and surrounding hills are seen through large
French doors that flank twin fireplaces.