Tilden Golf Course Review

Staff Review
Course Layout: Tucked into the Berkeley hills, Tilden Park Golf Course has been around since 1937. Almost 80 years since William Park Bell Jr. designed the course, it is still challenging golfers’ abilities. The course itself is not very long, only measuring in at 6,294 yards, but it plays much longer with the constant changes in elevation and multiple par 3’s measuring in at over 200 yards from the blue tees. The design is really what makes the course tough. Tildens signature #16 par 3 is over 200 yards carry from an elevated tee box to an elevated green protected by bunkers on the left and right and drop-off down a steep slope if you go too long. This daunting hole really sums up the Tilden Experience: Beautiful, but challenging in every way.

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Watch for: Really pay attention to your shot. This is a course where it’s easy to get stuck in the trees where it’s easy to lose your ball in the wilderness.

What to Practice: Uneven lies are par for the course (get it!?). For the newer golfers, make sure to consult Rob or Byron on how your shot is affected by a ball below or above your feet – knowing this will help lower your score significantly on this course.

Golf Pro Review – Rob Boldt

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Golf Pro Review – Byron Schlagenhauf

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Golf Pro Review – Rob Boldt

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Golf Pro Review – Byron Schlagenhauf

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Tilden Golf Course Review

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Golf Pro Review – Rob Boldt

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Golf Pro Review – Byron Schlagenhauf

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Tilden Golf Course Review

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Golf Pro Review – Rob Boldt

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Golf Pro Review – Byron Schlagenhauf

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