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Course Information

Course History

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In a twist of irony, the original, very-flat course was named the “Hill Course” in honor of Captain Arthur S. Hill, the Commanding Officer at Moffett when the facility opened in 1959. Designed by Bob E. Baldock, the course began as a 9-hole venue before expanding to 18-holes 10 years later.

Book Tee Times in Advance

We ask that all players book their tee times online in advance. CLICK HERE to book now. Should you need to cancel your tee time inside 24-hours, the golf shop staff can be reached at 650.836.0720.

Course Conditions

We pride ourselves onhaving the "Best Greens" in the Bay Area. Come out to play and see for yourself!

Event Booking

All tournaments and special events can be booked up to 1 year in advance by Clicking Here and filling out our Tournament Request form. The Golf Course can host groups up to 120 golfers for shotgun events and fundraisers.


In 2007 improvements were made to recontour terrain, add partial concrete cart paths, bunker restoration and greens modification. The golf course remains at par 72, playing to a maximum of 6,575 yards from the challenging blue tees.

Day of Play

“To enter the NASA gates in your vehicle you and your passengers need to have the following Identification for the NASA security officer:

  • Driver: The driver must have a current valid driver’s license from a US state.
    A driver’s license from another country will not work.
  • Passenger: Each passenger must have a current valid driver’s license from a US state OR a current passport.
    A government-issued identification card other than a passport will not work.

Rate Discounts

Members of the military (active and retired), Google Employees and Flight Card holders are eligible for discounted green fees.

Host an Event

The Golf Club is the perfect venue for employee recreational activities, whether it’s a golf tournament or league play, driving range practice, putting contest, barbecue, luncheon or after-work social.