Sonoma County, California
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Nestled in the hills of northern Sonoma County, California, not far from the charming town of Healdsburg, Mayacama is a private golf and residential community where a vibrant club life is joined by an active sporting life in an indescribably beautiful valley. Inspired by the intimate hillside villages of Tuscany, Mayacama Residences is an imaginative mingling of nature, art and design. Quintessentially alfresco, it is elegant, yet casual, with equal attention given to outside and inside living.
Inside welcoming gates are 675 acres of classic California Wine Country, where spreading oaks and golden vineyards pattern the hillside. Mayacama is a rare and remarkable experience centered around a grand clubhouse and a championship Jack Nicklaus signature course ranked among the top 100 in America. Equally extraordinary is a wine program that includes 35 renowned vintners who are all fellow Members. Tennis, swimming, bocce, a splendid spa, a rich culinary program, a bustling social calendar and a robust Juniors’ Program round out the experience.
Voted "Top 100 in the U.S." by Golf Digest, "California's Top 10" by Travel & Leisure, and "Top 100 Modern Classics" by Golf Magazine - Visit Mayacama today and experience it yourself!
1-3 Bedrooms4-6 People
- DETAILS & AMENITIES
Enjoy one of the most coveted locations in Sonoma County, California.
- GETTING HERE
1240 Mayacama Club Drive
Santa Rosa, California
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All floor plans differ, and there is no guarantee of which specific residence you will be assigned to on property.
The one bedroom casita's are not equipped with a washer or dryer in residence. If a guest is staying in a one bedroom casita, the property can offer same day wash/dry cleaning through an outside vendor (subject to availability).
Please Note: The 25-meter lap pool is a heated outdoor pool that is closed from the end of October - beginning of May (weather permitting).
ATTIRE (CLUBHOUSE AREAS):
In all areas of the Clubhouse, shirts and shoes must be worn at all times. Gentlemen are not permitted to wear caps or hats. Tee shirts, team jerseys, tank tops, halter tops, and baggy clothing, are not permitted.
- Bar & Grill: Golf attire is appropriate. Casual slacks and jeans without holes are acceptable.
- Dining Room: Shorts and denim are not permitted. Jackets are encouraged but not required.
- Fitness Center, Locker Rooms, Spa: Gym and/or Yoga attire is acceptable.
While in the Clubhouse, please use good cell phone etiquette by keeping it on vibrate or silent mode. For urgent calls that cannot be missed, please move to the Library Terrace or a location where your conversation will not disturb anyone. The use of cell phones is not permitted on the course and practice facility. If a mobile phone is in your possession, it must be turned off. The use of mobile phones is prohibited except in an emergency.
CHILDREN & CHILDCARE:
Parents are responsible for their children’s behavior as well as their dress and grooming. It is important all young people remember the importance of showing respect and good manners for other people and property. Year-round, parents may request private childcare in the Play Room with 48-hour advance reservations by calling 707.569.2908. Children must be signed in and out by parent. Meals are ordered from the Mayacama kids’ menu at the parent’s request.
The corkage fee for all wine purchased through the Club is complimentary. This includes wines purchased through our retail program, wine offers, special purchases, or from our wine list. Prior to shipment or placement in your wine locker, a Mayacama sticker is applied to each bottle as a way to identify it as purchased through the Club. The corkage fee for all wine purchased outside the Club is $20.00 per 750 ml. Fee subject to change.
For the best level of service, dining reservations for lunch and dinner in the Bar & Grill are always recommended and required for groups of six or more. Let us know if you are celebrating a special occasion so that this may be recognized. If you would like to make dining reservations, you may call 569.2931 and leave a message with your name, telephone number, the date, and number in your party. All reservations will be confirmed within 24 hours of your call.
Mayacama has a “no cash tipping” policy at all outlets. Caddies are excluded as they are employees of CSI. For the convenience of all Members and guests, a service charge percentage is automatically added to all food and beverage sales.
During your stay, our housekeeping team will perform a daily light tidy service and once every five (5) days a full cleaning is provided based on the Housekeeping Fee Schedule. The daily light tidy is to remove garbage, replace soiled towels, and turn-up the beds. The full clean includes a complete changing of bedding, restocking of bath amenities, kitchen and bath cleaning, dusting, and vacuuming. Extra or additional housekeeping services requested by Members or guests will be subject to an additional charge. Housekeeping fees will be billed directly to your account on the date of departure.
PETS IN RESIDENCES:
Pets, which only refer to dogs, are allowed to accompany members to the Mayacama residences; provided there is a “pet-friendly” residence available. No more than one dog allowed per one bedroom residence and a maximum of two dogs per three bedroom residence provided they are less than 30 pounds each. All dogs must be contained in a crate or accompanied by the pet owner during the times when housekeeping staff must enter the residence. All dogs must be kept on a leash when not within a residence. On each stay that your pet accompanies you to the Club, a flat cleaning fee of $50.00 (per dog) will be added to your total charge. Members may be subject to an additional fee if there is any damage or loss caused by the pet.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the Mayacama property except in the designated smoking areas. Designated smoking areas are restricted to the private Women’s Locker Room Terrace and the Library Terrace off the Men’s Locker Room. Smoking is not permitted anywhere on or near the Golf Course or Practice Facility.
For the safety of all Members, guests, and wildlife, please observe the posted speed limits at all times while on Club property. Gatehouse to Swim & Tennis Center (35 mph) | Swim & Tennis (15 mph) | Maintenance Building to Clubhouse (25 mph).
Allow us to create a personalized spa program, group spa party, or private event for you and your guests. If you are interested, please inquire with the Spa. To maximize your spa experience, we recommend following appointments 48 hours in advance to ensure your requested day and time. Arrive 30 minutes early to allow time to relax and enjoy the steam room. Upon arrival, a robe, sandals, and a locker will be provided for your convenience. Arriving late to appointments deprives you of valuable treatment time. Cancellations made less than 24 hours in advance and “no shows” will be charged the full treatment rate.
On your arrival to the Club, please leave your golf bag at the circle bag drop and one of our Outside Service Attendants will take your bag to the Practice Facility. Unless there is valet parking for a special event, please selfpark and proceed to the Golf Shop to register for your round.
ATTIRE & SHOES (PRACTICE FACILITY & GOLF COURSE):
Proper golf attire is required for all persons using the golf course and practice facilities. Please use the Locker Rooms for changing clothing and shoes. Shirts with collars and sleeves, turtlenecks, mock-turtlenecks, slacks or Bermuda length shorts are considered appropriate attire. For gentlemen, shirttails must be tucked in properly and caps must be worn facing forward at all times. Appropriate golf attire for ladies also includes dresses, skirts, slacks, mid-length shorts, and blouses. Mayacama Golf Club is a non-metal spike facility. Please use the services of our Locker Room Attendants to have your shoes cleaned before and after each round to avoid the contamination of unwanted and invasive turf grasses.
CADDIES & GOLF CARTS:
As Mayacama is an all-walking course, caddies are required before 2:00pm during the peak season of April - October and 1:00pm during the off-peak season of November - March. Cash gratuity is made directly to your caddie at the end of your round. The caddie administration fee may be paid by credit card or charged to the Member account in the Golf Shop. Persons that are age 65 and over, or those persons with a condition that renders them physically unable to walk the course, may rent a golf cart. A forecaddie will be required for players utilizing a golf cart. During wet conditions, golf carts may not be permitted on the course for safety reasons and to avoid damaging the turf.
The use of cell phones is not permitted on the course and practice facility. If a mobile phone is in your possession, it must be turned off. The use of mobile phones is prohibited except in an emergency.
PACE OF PLAY:
It is the responsibility of all players not only to maintain a proper pace of play for themselves, but also for their group. Here at Mayacama, we have a time par for playing 18 holes. Our caddies will monitor your pace beginning with when the first ball is struck from the first tee, and let your group know how you are doing relative to your pace at four separate “check-point” holes during your round (the 4th, 9th, 14th, and 18th holes).
Balls must be hit from designated areas only, usually defined by tee markers or ropes on the practice ground. Please concentrate your hitting area on the practice area. This will aid in faster recovery of the turfgrass. Please
be courteous to others while using the Practice Facility by keeping noise levels and conversations to a minimum.
All play shall start at Hole #1 unless otherwise authorized by the Golf Staff. Starting on Hole #10 without prior authorization from the Golf Shop is not permitted. “Cutting-in” is not permitted at any time. At no time should the pace of a Member’s round be interrupted by someone starting on a hole other than Hole #1.