The 157-acre golf course was used by local youth golf teams at no charge or deeply discounted fees. 

Most of the high schools in Marin County had both boy’s and girl’s varsity golf teams that practiced and had matches on the San Geronimo Golf Course during the whole school year.

The Marin schools that San Geronimo hosted are Drake High, San Dominico High and Dominican University, and all had men’s and women’s teams. 

Other Marin County schools that enjoyed San Geronimo Golf Course are: Drake High School (San Anselmo), Branson High School (Ross), Marin Academy High School (San Rafael), San Domenico High School (San Anselmo), San Rafael High School (San Rafael), San Marin High School (Novato), Redwood High School (Larkspur), Tamalpais High School (Mill Valley), Terra Linda High School (San Rafael), Novato High School (Novato), and Marin Catholic (Greenbrae).

Proudly, the San Geronimo Golf Course attracted and hosted all ages, groups, schools, institutions, and organizations throughout all of Marin County.

Marin Catholic and Drake High Schools were among the schools that had hosted fundraising tournaments at San Geronimo. We cannot afford to lose a golf course that contributes so significantly to community fundraising efforts for young people.

Bound not to just one inanimate description, San Geronimo Golf Course provides those who muse in her beauty a blank template from which challenge, camaraderie, and career can flourish.
— Rod Ghilarducci PGA, Former Employee & San Geronimo Resident
When I was a kid growing up in Fairfax, we would take a few clubs and ride our bikes over White Hill to San Geronimo Golf Course. If it was too crowded, we would troll the creeks looking for lost golf balls. We cleaned up the balls and gave them to a liquor store in Fairfax who would sell them to their customers who were golfers.
— Mathew Smalback, General Manager of State Room Brewery, 1132 4th Street, San Rafael