Tennis & Golf

Tennis Courts

Town of Mammoth Lakes
Six courts at the Community Park. First come, first serve. On Forest Trail Road, just off HWY 203, near Pioneer Market.

Snowcreek Athletic Club
Private membership club with tennis courts available during the summer months. Short-term guest memberships available for a reasonable fee. On Old Mammoth Road, about two miles from HWY 203.

Furnace Creek Inn & Ranch Resort
Guests can enjoy a game of tennis in the evenings on the lighted tennis courts.

In addition, there are many condo projects with tennis courts. If you want tennis, staying at one of those is a good bet.

Golf Courses

Snowcreek Golf Course
9 holes, par 35, located in Sierra Meadows. Driving range available. Guest memberships available. Very picturesque place to play, featuring some of the fastest and truest bent greens that the Eastern Sierra has to offer. For more information, call Snowcreek Golf Course at (760) 934-6633.

Sierra Star Golf Course
One of the most challenging alpine courses anywhere, and the only 18-hole golf course in Mammoth. This par-70 course features tree-lined fairways, well-trapped greens, spectacular mountain views, and tranquil lakes and streams. For more information, call Sierra Star Golf course at (760) 924-GOLF.

Bishop Country Club & Golf Course
Just south of town on Hwy 395 in Bishop, California, the semi-private country club offers an enjoyable and challenging par 71, 18-hole golf course, open to the public. The course is open year round and provides all the amenities the avid golfer could want. Water hazards come into play on 13 of the holes. The greens are well-manicured and of medium speed. Views of the surrounding Sierra Nevada mountains are spectacular.

Furnace Creek Golf Course
This 18-hole course is the world's lowest golf course at 214 feet below sea level, and is an oasis championship course. This is great California desert resort golf! A unique golf vacation and ideal winter getaway. Due to the elevation of the course, a slightly greater gravity and barometric pressure force are present. Frequent golfers have noticed a distinct difference in how the ball responds in relation to other courses at or above sea level.

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