Alamo is home to two of the oldest and most prestigious Country Clubs and golf courses in the San Ramon Valley: Round Hill Country Club and Diablo Country Club.
Round Hill Country Club
Located at 3169 Round Hill Road Alamo, CA 94507
Tel: (925) 934-8211 Fax: (925) 831-8291
Round Hill’s recently remodeled championship par-72 course is spread among the rolling hills of Alamo, California. This country club and golf course has attracted numerous organizations, businesses, clubs and golf tournaments including the LPGA. The course contains 6,483 yards of finely manicured fairways and sculptured greens, encircled by old-growth trees and placid lakes. The course has a slope of 139 and a course rating of 73.0. Round Hill’s professional golf staff is guided by PGA Professional David Plotnik. Course Record 62 by Bob Marten, Jr.
In addition, Round Hill Country Club also offers one of the most complete tennis facilities in Northern California. The new 4,000 square-foot tennis clubhouse, which features a 2,800 square-foot viewing deck to all of the upper courts, is now complete. The Tennis Club is one of the most active in the Bay Area. The Club presents 15 championship tennis courts with nine lighted for evening play. The qualified and highly skilled group of teaching professionals can evaluate your rating and enhance your skills with lessons from beginners to national-ranked players. All teaching staff at Round Hill Country Club are USPTA Pro-1, the highest level of certification. Round Hill’s experienced professional staff has developed a complete calendar of activities and programs for all tennis levels and ages and has added a top-of-the-line ball machine for its members.
Diablo Country Club
Located at 1700 Clubhouse Rd Diablo, CA 94528 P: (925) 837-9233 F: (925) 837-4711
Located in nearby Diablo, Diablo Country Club is home to a very old 18-hole regulation course that plays to a par of 71 spread out among 6,640 yards of Bermuda grass. The course has a rating of 72.0 and a slope of 133. This great course was designed by Jack Neville in 1914 and Larry Marx manages the course as the general manager.
The old and elegant white clubhouse at Diablo Country Club is astounding to see in person. On December 6, 1988 the new clubhouse reopened after a $5.2 million renovation and restoration. This classy and stately clubhouse is used to host local formal events, including several charity events and auctions that fetch top dollar for local charities and provide a great ballroom/dining experience for its guests. Course Record 62 by Dick Lotz.