Jack Tone Golf is a family owned and operated 18-hole golf course and practice facility. Since its opening in 1997, JTG has provided golfers of all skill levels with a well-maintained golf course that is challenging for experienced players as well as welcoming and friendly to beginners. Whether you’re looking to learn the game or sharpen your skills, JTG provides an all-grass driving range and 10,000 square foot practice putting green, in addition to professional staff instructors. Their outdoor pavilion with adjacent barbecue area works perfectly for groups or organizations that want to host a fun tournament or benefit their favorite charity.
Their mission at Jack Tone Golf is to provide the golf community with a well-maintained facility while charging affordable rates and providing friendly and helpful service. Come and see for yourself why we believe that JTG is the place to meet your golfing needs.
They are thrilled to offer the PGA Junior League Golf to juniors in their Junior Golf program. This is a fun team competition where their juniors will compete against other local junior programs in hopes of making progress towards regional competitions. This is a great opportunity for a junior to compete against other juniors in the region.
Jack Tone Golf Club (‘JTGC’) is affiliated with the Northern California Golf Association and is home to Jack Tone Golf. JTGC is committed to giving its members the experience that promotes the development of the game, the friendly atmosphere and the participation of golfers of all abilities while maintaining a level of competition. JTGC looks forward to continuing changes and additions for the 2019 season, including up-to – date information on this website, emailed newsletters, new tournament formats, and more.
One of their goals at Jack Tone Golf is to grow the game of golf for the whole family. In addition to discounts for juniors participating in this program, we wanted to offer discounts that will encourage parents to join in for fun with children.
To help promote game development, they will develop clinics, classes, and events for junior program participants and their parents. Juniors under the age of 11 are required to attend a course etiquette session before taking part in the course without parental supervision. Juniors 11 and older are encouraged to participate in the course etiquette session. They want to grow the game of golf while maintaining the level of etiquette, respect and speed needed for golfers of all ages and the ability to enjoy their facilities.