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Golf Course in Napa Valley with Trees

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The more experienced golfer will appreciate the tempting obstacles worth taking head on at our North Course. Meanwhile, our popular South Course attracts golfers who prefer a more casual pace.

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South Course at Silverado Resort Golf Course in Napa Valley with Trees

South Course

6,685 Yards
72 Par
72.6 Rating
131 Slope
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North Course at Silverado Resort Golf Course in Napa Valley with Trees

North Course

6,793 Yards
72 Par
72.6 Rating
133 Slope
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79F
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18 mph
wind speed
45%
humidity

Course Walkthrough

Illustration of Hole 1 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 1

PAR 4 / YARDS 366

The South Course opening hole is a medium length par 4. Favor the right side of the fairway with your tee shot for the best angle to this green. If you are left off the tee, the large oak trees will more than likely have you scrambling for par. The green is sloped slightly back to front; you should have a good chance at par.

Illustration of Hole 2 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 2

PAR 4 / YARDS 418

This dogleg right plays slightly uphill from the tee box. If you can hit your tee shot down the right side of the fairway, you will leave yourself a mid-iron approach into the green. Birdie is a possibility if you avoid the three surrounding bunkers as this green is generally flat.

Illustration of Hole 3 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 3

PAR 3 / YARDS 197

On this uphill par 3, make sure to take an extra club to compensate. Anything that lands short of the green will roll back and leave you a tough up and down. Watch out for the front pin location, the green can be very quick. Par here is a good score.

Illustration of Hole 4 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 4

PAR 4 / YARDS 372

From the tee, this hole seems like a birdie possibility. Don't be fooled, this is a very difficult green and will take a great second shot to get in the right position. Favor the right side of this fairway as the slope will take your ball left. If your distance control is spot on you will have a good birdie chance, if not, you will be looking at a possible three putt.

Illustration of Hole 5 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 5

PAR 4 / YARDS 359

A tee shot down the left side will leave you with a short iron into this elevated green. A relatively short par 4, this hole will give you a good chance at birdie. The only difficult pin location on this green is back right, otherwise you should have a good chance at par.

Illustration of Hole 6 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 6

PAR 4 / YARDS 380

This difficult par 4 will require two great shots to hit the green. This fairway runs downhill and the approach is uphill. Make sure and watch your yardage off the tee as there is a creek at the bottom of the landing area. With your approach shot uphill, make sure you take enough club. This green is the most difficult on the course, aim for the center and have fun!

Illustration of Hole 7 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 7

PAR 3 / YARDS 211

The longest par 3 on the course plays downhill and occasionally against a right-to-left wind. Avoid the two bunkers and watch out for the back right portion of this green. If you miss this green, the best position is short and in front. If you are lucky enough to hit the green in regulation, you will have a good look at birdie.

Illustration of Hole 8 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 8

PAR 4 / YARDS 422

Most balls will end up left on this hole because of the severe right-to-left slope in the fairway. Play your tee shot down the right side to maximize your distance. Make sure to play enough club on your approach shot, long is better than short and will give you a better chance at up and down. Besides the ridge in the middle, this green is large and generally flat.

Illustration of Hole 9 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 9

PAR 5 / YARDS 512

This downhill dogleg left par 5 is reachable for long hitters and a definite birdie opportunity. Left center of this fairway is ideal, but leaving yourself with a good distance for your approach shot is key. Avoid the water left of the green and watch out for the back pin location and you should have a good look at birdie.

Illustration of Hole 10 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 10

PAR 4 / YARDS 361

You will start the back nine with a short dogleg right par 4. If you can put yourself in the middle of this fairway, you will have a good chance at par. Make sure to avoid the two front bunkers, and you should be able to hold this large green and have a good look at birdie.

Illustration of Hole 11 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 11

PAR 5 / YARDS 569

Place your drive down the right side of the fairway on this dogleg left par 5. The water hazard on the left will be in play the entire hole. Most players will lay up and have a short mid iron shot into this slightly elevated green. Once your ball is on the green, you should go to the next hole with a two putt.

Illustration of Hole 12 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 12

PAR 4 / YARDS 428

A slight dogleg right par 4 that can play slightly into a breeze, you want to play your tee shot down the right center to leave yourself in the best position. You may want to take an additional half club here to offset the elevation to this large green. If you hit a good second shot, you will have a good look at birdie as this green doesn't have too much slope.

Illustration of Hole 13 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 13

PAR 5 / YARDS 495

With out of bounds left and right, accuracy with your tee shot is more important than length. The fairway can cause for a difficult lay up because of the undulation. Water comes into play as you get closer to this green, so make sure and leave yourself with a short iron for your approach. The front left pin position on this green is probably the toughest. Play for the center of this green and take your two putt.

Illustration of Hole 14 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 14

PAR 4 / YARDS 382

This medium length par 4 is a slight dogleg to the right. Avoid the fairway bunkers on the right side and you should have a good chance to reach this green in regulation. Protected by a few deep bunkers, this green slopes from back to front and can be quick if putting downhill.

Illustration of Hole 15 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 15

PAR 3 / YARDS 185

Water comes into play on this slightly downhill par 3. Carry the water and you should be able to get up and down on this large green that slopes from back to front. With a good tee shot, birdie is possible.

Illustration of Hole 16 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 16

PAR 4 / YARDS 330

Make sure to avoid the right side of this hole, as the bunker and oak trees will make this relatively short par 4 a challenge. Any shot coming up short to this green will roll back down to the bottom of the hill and leave for a tough up and in. The front half of this green slopes to the front and the back right of this green will fall away from you.

Illustration of Hole 17 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 17

PAR 3 / YARDS 198

This par 3 can play difficult with an occasional right-to-left breeze. With trouble left and a narrow green opening, you want to favor the right side of this green. Missing your tee shot anywhere short and right will leave you with a makeable up and down.

Illustration of Hole 18 on the South Course at Silverado Resort

Hole 18

PAR 5 / YARDS 500

The finishing hole on the South Course is the third par 5 on the back nine. This dogleg left is reachable for long hitters, but most will layup short of the enormous bunkers protecting the green. With a proper layup, you should have a short iron into this green. The eighteenth is one of the biggest greens on the course; birdie here is possible to finish the round.