Peacefully tucked in and around the hills, a short drive south of fast-paced Silicon Valley, Cinnabar Hills Golf Club blends championship-caliber golf with spectacular views. San Jose's first public course to open in 30 years was designed by award-winning architect John Harbottle III. Each hole has been crafted to maintain the natural slope of the area and to protect the wildlife residing here. Hundreds of old oaks were incorporated into the layout and seedlings from those oaks were nurtured and planted to further enhance the landscape. Inspiring the golf club's logo, red-tail hawks can be seen flying over the course or even perched in a tree.
Named for the rich, red ore mined here during the 1800's, Cinnabar Hills offers golfers three distinct nines: the Canyon, the Lake and the Mountain. To warm-up and/or perfect your game, Cinnabar Hills boasts a grass-tee driving range, chipping area and three putting greens surrounding a stand-alone snackbar ready to serve you.
The 9-hole "Canyon" course at the Cinnabar Hills Golf Club facility in San Jose, California features 3,238 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. Designed by John F. Harbottle, III, ASGCA, the Canyon golf course opened in 1998.