Creek at Temecula Creek Inn Golf Resort
With twenty seven holes of top tier golf situated on three hundred acres of wilderness, Temecula Creek Inn Golf Resort is one of Temecula’s premier golf destinations. The same resort accommodations that house Creek golf course are also home to two other Temecula golf courses, Stonehouse and Oaks. Creeks is the resort’s more traditionally arranged golf course, designed to give its visitors a lot of length to play.
Cross Creek Golf Club
The course at Cross Creek Golf Club is short but sweet, and continually receives excellent reviews. Designed as a par seventy course Cross Creek won’t give you a lot of chances to drive but it will provide you an excellently laid out strategic challenge and some truly great scenery.
Journey at Pechanga
Designed by Architect Arthur Mills, Journey at Pechanga is challenging but playable course. Built on lands belonging to Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians, Journey at Pechanga strives to incorporate and preserve the natural beauty and rich culture of the area. The holes at Journey at Pechanga wander their way through sacred oak groves and other untouchable sites providing rich visuals during your game. A truly unique golf course with an exciting layout, the scenery of the carefully sculpted grounds make this golf course a true joy.
Oak at Temecula Creek Inn Golf Resort
The Oak golf course is housed on the same lush accommodations as Creek and Stonehouse. Oak is a much more heavily bunkered course than the others. Precision and consistency will be the two most important aspects of your game when you play at Oak. This golf course has a nonstop array of amazing scenery and a very high fun factor.
Rancho del Cielo Golf Course
Rancho del Cielo is a nine hole, par 33, golf course built in 1995. The designer Joseph Phelps has remained the president of the course. Rancho del Cielo is a good course for golfers of all levels of experience.
Redhawk Golf Club
Rated the seventh best public golf course in California, Redhawk is a course capable of testing all skill levels. This was proven when it was the host for the 2008 PGA Champions Tour pre-qualifiers. The Redhawk course drifts over soft folds of land and its verdant scenery makes for a fantastic and relaxing game.
Stonehouse at Temecula Creek Inn Golf Resort
Stonehouse is another of the Temecula Creek Inn offerings. The Stonehouse course is designed for a highly precise golf game. The course features stone outcroppings and difficult slopes for its visitors and inaccurate shots on this course will cost a golfer greatly.
Temeku Hills Golf Course
Another Temecula city golf course built in 1995; Temeku Hills has since undergone an update by P. Dye. Temeku Hills features four sets of tees and strives to be an accessible golf course for golfers of all different levels.