Stanley Moore (left) and golf legend Billy Casper at Oakmoore Golf Course
A 9-Hole course played twice from different tee locations, provide a championship 6,517 yard round that plays to a par 72. Large bunkered greens, three lakes, century old valley oaks, hundreds of mature redwoods, and fruit trees contribute to the challenge and the beauty of this well laid-out 69-acre course.
The clubhouse facility provides an opportunity for groups to use their resources by combining a meeting, off-site training, fund raiser or social event with a day of golf. What better way could there be to say "thank you" to volunteers, sponsors, employees, or customers?
Your group will have full use of all the clubhouse facilities. The clubhouse seats 130, with additional seating outside. Each group decides on its own tournament format. Your group has its own golf course for the day, including electric golf carts.
The food you serve can be as simple or elaborate as you choose to make it. You can use the catering service of your choice, bring in food using our kitchen facilities, or use the clubhouse grill to barbecue.
When engineer and golf enthusiast Stanley Moore with his wife, Claire Moore, purchased undeveloped property west of Highway 99 in north Stockton in 1958, he envisioned a private championship golf course where his family and golfing buddies could enjoy uninterrupted hours perfecting their game. Thus was born Oakmoore Golf Course, so named for the great oaks which grew throughout the property and the Moore family name.
Oakmoore became an instant success, hosting its first Pro-Am PGA Tour Tournament in 1961 in which such pros as Billy Casper, Lee Trevino, Art Wall and Johnny Miller competed with various other professionals.