Callippe Preserve Golf Course
8500 Clubhouse Drive
Contact: Charissa Roberts
Situated on the picturesque hillside of the Pleasanton ridgeland, Callippe Preserve Golf is a nationally and statewide recognised chamionship course. Providing exceptional views of Mount Diablo and numerous oak woodlands, Callippe Preserve offers 18 holes of small ridge terrain and bountiful amounts of wildlife habitat areas.
The course, which is named after the Callippe Silverspot Butterfly (an endangered species indigenous to the area), is designed by Brian Costello and contains a 7,400 square foot ranch style clubhouse with a full bar and a practice area with 30-stall practice range.
This unique and challenging layout is sure to please golfers of every skill level. The Happy Valley Creek winds throughout the course and the migration of the Callippe Butterfly will enlighten each and every round that is played over the many years to come.
Located in the East Bay, near the junction of highways 580 and 680, Callippe Preserve is the most talked about and enjoyed course in Northern California.