Saddle Creek, Greenhorn Creek to Continue Annual 'Play the Creeks Golf Package'

March 4, 2010. Saddle Creek and Greenhorn Creek Resorts, located Copperopolis in the Central Sierra Foothills of Calaveras County just two hours from the Bay Area and 1.5 hours from Sacramento, has announced the continuation of the annual 'Play the Creeks Golf Package' featuring their award-winning Carter Morrish and Robert Trent Jones II-designed golf courses.

The two-night golf package includes one round of golf on each course, cart fees and unlimited range balls. Accommodations for four are provided in resort condominiums at Greenhorn Creek or in the Lodge Bungalows at Saddle Creek. Couples may stay in single bedrooms at Saddle Creek for the same package fee.

Packages start at $125 per person, per day during mid-week and $155 per person on weekends and holidays (two night minimum stay). The offer begins April 1 and will be available through March 31, 2011. The current rates of $105 per person daily during mid-week and $135 per person on weekends will remain effective through March 31, 2010.

"Play the Creeks is ideal for players wanting to experience the superb golf offered in scenic Calaveras County," says Bob Higgins, Saddle Creek General Manager. "In addition to playing two of California's finest and best-maintained courses, our guests will enjoy the full range of first-class amenities offered by both resort properties. We were pleased with the number of golfers who took advantage of special offer last year and wanted to continue the great value to our customers through 2010."

"The combination of Saddle Creek and Greenhorn Cheek into one stay-and-play package is an outstanding opportunity to sample the high quality of golf we both provide," said Mike Kristoff, Greenhorn Creek General Manager. "Both resorts offer everything a golfer wants: pristine conditions, exceptional design and incomparable customer service - all set in one of the most beautiful spots in the country."

Packages are exclusive of taxes, gratuities, and other charges unless otherwise noted, and cannot be combined with any other offer. Advance reservations required. For more information or to make reservations, call Saddle Creek at 800/611-7722 or visit The contact for Greenhorn Creek is 888/736-5900 or visit

About Saddle Creek Resort

Situated in the rolling foothills of the Central Sierra region just two hours from the Bay Area and 1.5 hours from Sacramento, Saddle Creek Resort is located in the heart of the Copper Valley in Copperopolis. Golfers will discover stunning vistas of the towering Sierra Mountains to the east, while an ethereal collection of shimmering lakes, native trees, indigenous grasses and 100 bunkers provides a challenging, thought-provoking experience from tee to green. To create an atmosphere of tranquility and isolation, golf course architect Carter Morrish devised a routing in which no two holes run parallel to each other.

Saddle Creek's thoughtful design, challenging-yet-fair setup and sublime conditioning have led to numerous state-wide and national accolades including:

In close proximity to Saddle Creek Resort is Copperopolis Town Square, a traditionally-designed, Gold Rush era-themed "country town" that is the retail and event hub of the Copper Valley in the Central Sierra region. Featuring charming boutiques, eateries and specialty shops, the pedestrian-friendly Town Square is the perfect place to spend some time after a round of golf. For more information visit

About Greenhorn Golf Resort

Robert Trent Jones II and Mother Nature have teamed up to create one of Northern California's finest golf experiences. Meandering effortlessly through the stunning Sierra Nevada foothills, you'll discover 18 holes of championship golf with five sets of tees ranging from 4,882 to 6,749 yards that make Greenhorn Creek Resort both challenging and enjoyable. Golf Travel & Leisure magazine described the course as "The quintessential round to play in the Gold Country." Greenhorn Creek was voted by as having the "Best Playing Conditions" and "Best Value for the Green Fee."