With a gorgeous view overlooking the famed San Francisco Bay, Shoreline Golf Links offers the finest Silicon Valley golf scenery and play. This championship course, nestled among the picturesque 750-acre Shoreline at Mountain View Park, allows you to play alongside our famed bird sanctuary. The perfectly manicured course features 18 challenging holes dotted with 16 acres of water hazards, plus a 50-acre sailing lake adjacent to the 10th hole. Shoreline Golf Links is in the center of Silicon Valley and conveniently located just one mile north of the Bayshore Freeway (Highway 101) on North Shoreline Boulevard. When you have finished your round of golf, there are many other attractions in the area, including downtown Mountain View, the Computer History Museum and the NASA Ames Research Center. Swing on by today to enjoy a round of perfect California golf.
Dave's career spans over 26 years of golf management and instruction, most recently as the General Manager and Head Golf Professional at Bay View Golf Club. Dave managed Bay View through the pandemic and oversaw the remodel and rebranding of the golf course. Prior to his leadership at Bay View, Dave worked at the Santa Clara Golf & Tennis Club until its closure in October 2019 as part of the management team.
Before diving into golf management, Dave focused on golf instruction. Dave worked with legendary instructor - Hank Haney - for the ESPN Golf Schools, touring throughout the U.S. Dave has served as 1st Assistant Golf Professional and instructor at Coyote Creek Golf Club and Head Golf Professional at San Ramon Golf Club, offering both private lessons as well as instructing for their respective golf schools and clinics.
My Favorite Athlete?
• Wille Mays
My Favorite City in the World?
• Charleston, SC
Number of Years in the Golf Industry?
I am originally from?
Favorite Sports Movie of All-Time?
• Caddy Shack
If I could have dinner with one famous person living or dead it would be?
• George Mueller
#1 Thing on my Bucket List is...
• Travel anywhere in Europe
The best thing about working at a golf course is?
• Helping people have the best time they can
My Favorite part of the Tournament Planning Process is...
• Help the tournament get the most out of every event
Best Advice I can give a tournament host.
• Plan and organize your event to run smoothly
Full driving range with 30 stalls located walking distance from the clubhouse providing more than enough opportunity for your group to warm up before their round.
Located adjacent to the clubhouse, our spacious and beautiful patio is the perfect location for awards and gathering afterward.
Carts will be staged in front of our club house, lined up perfectly, with scorecards, pencils, and the names of your players showing through the visor. All that's left is for your players to find their cart and enjoy their round! Your golfers will feel like a VIP as they start their round.
A cozy club house with pro shop and dressing room, we can make sure you look your best before you head out on the links! Be sure to examine our fully stocked shop for all your golf needs. From golf balls and tees, to apparel, all the way to regripping clubs we have you covered!
We had our Invitational tournament at Shoreline, the pros were outstanding: All tees were decorated for the ladies with flowers! They were ready and extremely professional to check us all in. They also helped us to get our golf bags to the correct carts. All golf carts were ready to roll out with names and scorecards made up. The course was in best shape of the year - it was a pleasure to play at Shoreline. After the tournament they did the scoring - it was a truly superb experience and I would recommend Shoreline for any special tournament.
The Shoreline Senior Men's Club is a weekly player group at Shoreline Golf Links. The course offers a challenge for all levels, and at the same time provides a quiet setting for playing golf. It all starts with the pro shop where friendly professionals help with the check-in process. The General Manager/Golf Pro and the Tournament Director work tirelessly to ensure that all playing members and outside tournament players are cared for, and have all the necessary information needed for play.
Over the few years, I have hosted many of local charity events but having seem the most good. I would like say one thing a my experience. Find a course the people actually will pay to play. Good deal and will be fun. Most local of charity looking forward next year's event.