Cypress Ridge Golf Course

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Cypress Ridge Golf Course is located in Arroyo Grande, California—which is on the Central Coast of California. The golf course is a Peter Jacobsen Signature Golf Course, designed by Jacobsen Hardy Design. In its design and conception, Jacobsen Hardy utilized the natural surroundings of the area to make this central coast golf course truly unique. The golf course opened in 1999. It is rated 4½ stars by Golf Digest "Best Places to Play".

Jacobsen Hardy Golf Design provides a broad base of comprehensive design services for either new projects or renovation. Principals Peter Jacobsen and Jim Hardy have designed golf courses that preserve the integrity of the land and surrounding environment, thus enhancing its natural beauty. Cypress Ridge is no exception to this philosophy.

Cypress Ridge has been certified as a Signature Sanctuary by Audubon International, a not-for-profit environmental organization which focuses on sustainable development. "At Cypress Ridge we were given a great piece of property and our team allowed the land to be the hero, resulting in a natural, beautiful course," says Jim Hardy.

Says Jacobsen, "Cypress Ridge has the key elements of what we try to create in all our design work, a fun, playable golf course that rewards the good shots and is both exciting and memorable for players of all abilities."

Situated in San Luis Obispo County, in the town of Arroyo Grande, puts Cypress Ridge on the Central Coast of California. Nearby is Pismo Beach as well as extraordinary wine country in Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, and the Santa Ynez Valley.

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