Golf Kern

North Kern Golf Course

Address & Contact Details
17412 Quality Rd
Bakersfield, CA 93308-9718, United States

Phone: 661 399 0347


PGA Professional
Alan Sorensen
PGA Class A Professional

North Kern golf course, opened in 1953 and named after the late golf Pro Jim Haggerty. North Kern Golf Course is an 18-hole public golf course located in Kern County, California. It is north of Bakersfield and east of Shafter. The course is 6,754 yards on slightly hilly terrain. It was opened in 1953. It is one of three golf courses owned and managed by the County of Kern Parks & Recreation division. We have been providing local golfers quality golf at affordable prices for over 60 years! 

Course Details
Type of Course:        Public
Guest Policy:            Open
Year Built:            1953
Architect(s):            Jim Haggerty
Season:             Year round
Grass Type:            Green - Bent. Fairway - Bermuda

Weekday Price:        24.50 Excl Cart
Weekend Price:        29.50 Excel Cart
Cart is $14.00 
Reserved Tee Time        Phone

Number of Holes:        18
Par:                72
Length:            6754
Rating:                71.8
Slope:                 123

Tee Breakdown
Tee        Mens                Womens
Blue        71.8    123    6754
White        70.8    121    6521        
Gold        67.3    113    5779        
Red        70.7     113    5582        71.4/113

Additional Details
Walking Allowed:         Yes
Metal Spikes Allowed:        No
Dress Code:            Relaxed Golf Attire
Water Hazards:        None
Sand Bunkers:        Scarce 

Rentals / Services
Golf Carts:            Yes
Pull Carts:            Yes
Golf Clubs:            Yes
Pro Shop:            Yes
PGA Pro:            Yes

Food / Beverage
Cold Food:            Yes
Hot Food:            Yes
Soda Fountain:        Yes
Bottled Drinks:            Yes
Alcoholic Drinks:        Yes

Practice Facilities
Turf Driving Range:        Yes
Grass Driving Range:        Yes
Practice Putting Green:    Yes
Practice Short Game:        Yes
Practice Sand Area:        Yes