Gray's Crossing Golf Course | Truckee, CA

“17th Best New Golf Course In The Country” -Golf Week

Returning to the traditions of the world’s most revered golf treasures, the Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing promises an experience that explores each player’s unlimited capacity to enjoy the riches of the greatest game ever played. Fast greens and immaculate, tournament-like conditions provide a pristine golf theater, set in majestic pines with a spectacular mountain backdrop.

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Our Point of View

An air of over-confidence has turned to intrepidation for many teeing off the 1st hole at Gray’s Crossing.  At first glance, it appears to be straight-forward, with wide fairways and large greens begging for hefty swings and fearlessly lashed at approach shots.  You’ll quickly understand why caution will win the day, however.  Yes, the greens are big and generous access points reward accuracy, but you’ll find that there are secrets to be known to make for a low round.  Many greens are spined with unforgiving fall-aways over the back, and sloped landing zones off the tee can turn an apparent beauty into a sagebrush-laden nightmare of a recovery shot.   Many tee shots are smartly played with  less than driver, as landing zone runouts will find native areas unseen from tee boxes.  Without doubt though, there are numerous opportunities for sub-par scores if played with caution.  A reachable Par 4 on each side offers solace to the other beautiful, longer holes throughout the course.  All Par 5s are reachable and are birdie opportunities, less hole 18, which takes two monster shots to clear the native beranka.  In any case of success or struggle, you’ll enjoy every minute of your round at Gray’s Crossing, especially as you reflect on it while sipping a frosty draft on the deck at PJs, Gray’s Crossing’s lovely bar restaurant that overlooks the 18th hole and Mt. Rose beyond.

-Golf the High Sierra

  • Golf shop
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Full Grass Practice Facility
Pines & Wetlands

Natural Native Beauty

Designed around soaring pines and undisturbed wetlands, the course has tight yet forgiving fairways, 83 bunkers, water on three holes and subtle elevation changes. Its natural, native beauty and expansive views of Mt. Rose and the Sierra Nevada Mountain ranges set the backdrop for an idyllic, walkable round.

Jim Hardy and Peter Jacobsen-designed


This Jim Hardy and Peter Jacobsen-designed masterpiece demands a combination of creative club choices and tactical strategies that call on golfers of all levels to expand their relationship with the game. Award-winning agronomists keep the course playing in tournament conditions all season long.

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Course Scorecard

18 Holes | Par 72

The “HACK”

It is an absolute must to enjoy a post-round libation at PJ’s Restaurant under the early evening alpenglow, overlooking the 18th hole and the back side of Mt. Rose in the distance.
It’s best to play the par 5s on the front nine to the front of the greens, whether it be your second or third shot. Trouble aplenty exists over the backside of these crowned greens.
Gray's Crossing Golf Course
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Howard Wong
Howard Wong
00:18 04 Oct 21
Nice course in great condition. Greens as extremely fast but true
Zach Hall
Zach Hall
03:52 05 Aug 21
Absolutely wonderful golf experience! Staff was friendly and courteous, course was beautiful and well kept, and the... setting was breathtaking. Very reasonable afternoon rates as well. $125 for 18 top-notch holes, a cart, and complimentary range balls is tough to beat! Would definitely play here again if given the more
Karen Teague
Karen Teague
06:28 26 Jul 21
'21/7 1st time customer/review:-- Easy access off freeway in Truckee, but no noise from it. Very pictuesque with tall... pines-- Bring A-game or be prepared to lose a lot of balls.-- Very well groomed (visibly different fairway, rough, very rough, & wild area), challenging course open to the public at $240/round/person (carts and range balls included). While not many water hazards, there is plenty of wild areas within the fairway & flanking which require club knowledge & lay-up judgement--not to mention slopes, turns, and sand traps a plenty.-- Pool open to members.-- Decent sized, indoor/outdoor seating restaurant.-- Helpful staff (inc cart boys before/after round).read more
Patrick Dunn
Patrick Dunn
08:19 17 Jul 21
Great course. kind and attentive employees. Took off a star due to not being able to take cart after round to car to... put clubs away in car. First golf course I’ve been been to where that’s a thing. Not a complaint just a bummer for lack of ease post more
Matthew Eason
Matthew Eason
22:53 04 Jun 21
Solid course, but don’t expect them to be honest about the playing conditions. Greens and tee boxes were heavily... sanded, and it was cart path only despite two weeks of beautiful weather. The pro shop didn’t disclose l, and no way to k ow until you were on the 1st tee box!A little honesty can go a long way. Very disappointed in their more
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Truckee, CA

11406 Henness Road
Truckee, CA 96161

  • 5 Minutes from Truckee, CA
  • 35 Minutes from Downtown Reno
  • 41 Minutes from Peppermill and Atlantis
  • 54 Minutes from Graeagle, CA
  • 64 Minutes from Stateline, NV
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