Lake Tahoe Golfing
Story from John Steinbach, Retired General Manager at the Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel
My Tahoe is golf.
The golf courses I like in and near Tahoe are Edgewood Tahoe, Genoa Lakes, and Carson Valley. Edgewood Tahoe is my favorite. I love the views and the exquisite manner in which the golf course is maintained. You can count on a four-hour round, which gives you plenty of time to enjoy Brook’s Bar & Grill’s outside deck. My advice for your first time on this Lake Tahoe golf course is to play from tees that are one set closer than you would play at home because the fairways are very narrow, there’s lots of water and the bunkers are deep. Have fun!
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Directions to Golf Courses in the Tahoe Area:
Go straight across Highway 50 onto Stateline Ave. Turn right on Lake Parkway and turn left into the Golf Course entrance. Approximate driving time; 5 minutes. Approximate walking time: 14 minutes.
Go right on Highway 50 and turn right on Kingsbury Grade. Go to the bottom of the Grade and turn left onto Foothill at the 4-way stop. Stay on this road (eventually turns into Main Street) for approximately 15 miles. Genoa Lakes is on your right.
Go right on Highway 50 and turn right on Kingsbury Grade. Go to the bottom of the Grade and turn left onto Foothill at the 4-way stop. Approximately 1 mile, turn left onto Centerville Road. Continue onto Desslerville Road and Riverview Drive. The course is on your right.