May 24, 2023

2023 Summer Junior Development Tennis Camps

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2023 Kid’s Fun Summer Tennis Camp

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October 31, 2022

Mental Benefits of Playing Golf

By Nicole Gregory Forbes Health Published: Sep 27, 2022 More than 25 million Americans played golf on a course in 2021, according to the National Golf Foundation[1].


Benefits Of Playing Tennis

According to research from the U.S.T.A., playing tennis just 3 hours per week can reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease by 56%?  Or, as one long term study shows, tennis players add 9.7 years to their life over sedentary individuals? Playing tennis has a wide range of health benefits that

January 9, 2020

Benefits of Joining a Country Club

Sierra View is mentioned in Samuel-Windsor Blog "Why join a country club and what to wear" <img class="" src="" alt="Country clubs aren’t just about sport " width="451" height="301"

August 30, 2019

Swedes Say Play Golf – Live Longer

Could it be that the more golf you play, the longer you'll live?

If you do an online search for life expectancy and golf, you'll find scads of news articles claiming that golfers live longer. Researchers even state it improves mental health, not just physical health. Golf is sociable,

July 26, 2019

What to Ask When Selecting a Private Golf Club

The Sacramento area offers multiple options for people shopping for a private country club. Here are some questions we invite prospective members of Sierra View to ask:

1) Could you see yourself coming back here regularly?

This is an important question for both skilled golfers and newer

November 16, 2018

A New Campaign to Grow The Game of Golf

The National Golf Foundation is helping spearhead a movement to encourage all golfers to invite their women family members or friends to take up the game of golf. You can search for posts and blogs using #inviteHER to get ideas about which approaches work best. The big untapped market is women -

October 3, 2018

The Walking Golfers Society Ranks SVCC Walkability

The game of golf was originally intended to be played while walking. Walkability is an important factor many people take into account when selecting to join a golf club. In our area, Sierra View Country Club is one of the very few courses ranked by The Walking Golfers Society as "Easy To Walk."

July 26, 2018

SVCC Women’s Golf Encourages All Levels

It's not unusual for women golfers to feel intimidated, especially if they are just learning the game. Any woman considering joining a private golf club should ask about the strength of its women's group, how it embraces and encourages women, and how much the club supports the group. The Sierra

June 2, 2018

Sierra View’s Steve Dunmore Receives Top Tennis Honors

If you or any of your family members enjoy tennis and aren't currently members of a tennis club, you simply cannot find a better program than Sierra View's well-organized tennis program directed by Steve Dunmore. Open 24/7 every day of the year, you'll always find a time to work on your skills or

May 29, 2018

Congratulations Luke Vivolo – Your 62 Ties Sierra View’s Course Record!

There were nine qualifiers scoring under 70 in the Monday's NCGA qualifier. Luke Vivolo shot an astonishing 62 tying the long-standing Sierra View Country Club record. Photo source:

May 25, 2018

Sierra View’s Own Lynn Cowan Wins Golf Title… Again

Although you'll find a wide range of golf handicaps among our members from the lowest of the lows to the highs, we take massive pride in claiming our very own Lynne Cowan, who won the California Senior Women's Amateur Championship (for the third time), played at Quail Lodge in May 2018. Lynne also

April 25, 2018

Sierra View Golf Pro Jim Salazer Inducted into Hall of Fame

The First Tee of Greater Sacramento inducted Sierra View Country Club's long-time head professional, Jim Salazer, into their 2018 Hall of Fame class. Former inductees include Ken Morton, Bob Eastwood, Al Geiberger, Scott McCarron, Kevin Sutherland, and Natalie Gulbis. In the First Tee's blog post,

April 11, 2018

Four Tips for Planning a Charity Golf Tournament

Sierra View is an excellent choice for your next corporate or charity golf tournament. The course is always in great shape. Here is an article published by Golf Digest with four tips for planning your tournament. In a nutshell, they are:
  • Find a cause that helps others - and be passionate
  • Put

March 30, 2018

Setting Up Golf Courses for New Golfers

Golf Course Setup for Success
LPGA Professional Stacie Lewis. Image source: The Golf For Her magazine has started a new series called "Setting Up Golf Courses For Success." You can follow the series here. LPGA

December 16, 2016

Putting – A Study In Loss Avoidance

Which requires more effort and concentration,  putting for birdie or putting for par? Do you try harder to make a birdie putt or a par putt? There is some fascinating, hard evidence that golfers try harder to make a par putt than a birdie putt. Compelling data supports this statement. Golf data

September 8, 2016

Sierra View Country Club Builds New Golf Practice Range

There's a new golf practice range in Roseville! Starting in August, 2016, Sierra View Country Club of Roseville broke ground on a brand new, totally reconstructed golf practice facility. The new

March 13, 2016

Sierra View Women Golfers Support The Taylor House

ScreenHunter_1007 Mar. 13 15.37 The women of Sierra View Country Club have selected Roseville's Taylor House as a recipient of donations collected at tournaments

June 3, 2015

Does Golf Take Too Long To Play?

"Golf takes too long to play," my neighbor said to me this past weekend when I invited him to take advantage of a guest pass I'm holding. And his point of view is supported by thousands of golfers around the world. A study commissioned just recently by R&A received