Mt. Huff first golf course to open for the season
Plumas golfers can let out a sigh of relief. Mt. Huff Golf Course in Crescent Mills opened earlier this month to anxious golfers waiting to hit some balls. Mt. Huff is the first course located in Plumas County to open for the season.
“It’s always great when we can open the season this early,” said the Mt. Huff club house manager Loren Lindner. “We get players from all around the county to come play our course.”
Mt. Huff is a nine-hole golf course at the base of Mount Hough and offers amazing views of the surrounding valley and towering mountains. The course also offers a driving range and putting green.
Other courses around Plumas County are gearing up for the upcoming season and not open yet. Opening day varies from one course to the next based on conditions.
Graeagle Meadows will be the next course to open, shooting for the first week of April. Plumas Pines aims for the next opening on April 18.
The Dragon at Nakoma, Grizzly Ranch and Whitehawk Ranch all aim for April 26 openings. Bailey Creek and Feather River Inn plan to open around then as well; late April or early May. The Lake Almanor Country Club will open once the snow melts and the weather clears up.
All opening dates are subject to change due to weather. The courses suggest calling ahead. Those interested in making reservations or organizing tournaments are invited to call now.
Following is a complete list of Plumas County golf courses.