Thursday, November 16, 2017

Golf Course Photographer Joann Dost Showcases Corral de Tierra Country Club

Video footage of the Corral de Tierra Country Club on the Monterey Peninsula shows the stunning views of the championship golf course

(CORRAL DE TIERRA, CA) - Corral de Tierra Country Club is excited to showcase the championship golf course with video footage from world-renown golf photographer, Joann Dost. Joann's golf course photography has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and GOLF Magazine. Joann created aerial footage of the 4th, 11th and 17th par 3 holes, and the 16th hole, which is a par 5.

Golf at Corral de Tierra Country Club is still spectacular for your winter play even though it is getting cold outside. The micro-climate off Highway 68 between Monterey and Salinas still has beautiful warm days where the fog stays away. "Corral is the most walkable private golf course on the Monterey Peninsula with the absolute best weather," said Scott Ferreira, PGA Golf Pro.

The amenities at the Corral de Tierra Country Club include a year-round heated swimming pool, yoga, massage, fitness center and tennis.

The chef has a fall menu in full swing in preparation for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Fine and casual dining featuring locally sourced seafood, farm-to-table vegetables and local wines are available, along with Roberto's bar for beer-on-tap or a cocktail prepared by the mixologist.

Social events include Wednesday night live music and entertainment, First Fridays Party, Pedro, Mahjong and Pickleball. Holiday happenings in November and December include the Holiday Tree Lighting, Breakfast with Santa and the New Year's Eve Celebration.

Come see all the reasons why Corral de Tierra Country Club is more than just the perfect place to play golf, it is also the home for the perfect golf lifestyle, dining, fitness and social calendar. A limited number of proprietary members are currently available. Contact Donal Daly for information at 831-484-4997 or

Corral de Tierra Country Club is a private club with an 18-hole championship golf course located on the Monterey Peninsula off Highway 68 between Monterey and Salinas.

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