Hole
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
OUT
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
IN
TOT
Blue
504
337
164
332
171
387
366
133
408
2802
590
164
356
315
341
170
405
513
454
3308
6110
White
482
316
145
309
156
365
343
113
383
2612
561
152
342
302
309
155
373
469
429
3092
5704
Hcp
2
10
16
8
14
12
6
18
4
1
15
5
11
17
7
9
13
3
                                           
Par
5
4
3
4
3
4
4
3
4
34
5
3
4
4
4
3
4
5
4
36
70
                                           
Red
463
301
102
293
135
303
324
97
362
2380
451
122
320
278
234
139
353
446
376
2719
5099
Hcp
6
8
14
12
16
10
2
18
4
1
17
9
11
15
13
7
5
3

DeLaveaga Golf Course & Lodge

No one who travels the highways and byways of the Santa Cruz coast soon forgets the magnificent ocean vistas and vast carpets of redwood and pine trees. If you’re lucky enough to spend part of your day on the fairways of DeLaveaga, you’ll just enhance the memory of this extraordinary slice of the world. Several of the 18 holes provide views of the Pacific which churns just over three miles away. Carved into the canyons of an 800-acre park that was gifted to the City of Santa Cruz in the early 1900’s, DeLaveaga was built in 1970 as a par-70 shotmaker’s paradise. Architect Bert Stamps created narrow landing areas and small, challenging greens to test players of any level. You’ll need to be on top of your irons and your mental game here. It helps that there are no homes or streets slicing through the course to distract you… just modestly priced public golf in a setting of stirring, immodest beauty.