My Top Five Southern California #Golf Course for Under $100

I’m a big fan of the Golf Channel.  Matt Ginella, just came out with his top golf course to play in the US. Would love to play all of them.

http://www.golfadvisor.com/articles/top-20-american-golf-courses-you-can-play-14501.htm

The price of most of the course are a little out of my price range so I decided to come up with my own list of course that I enjoy playing in Southern California for less than $100.

There is my list.

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  1. Glen Ivy – This par 72 course, designed by renowned golf course architect Ted Robinson Sr., is as pleasing to the eye as it is challenging. Woven through the groves of citrus trees and the hillsides and canyons along the Cleveland National Forest.

Golf Now link – http://www.golfnow.com/course-directory/california-golf-courses/corona-golf-courses/the-golf-club-at-glen-ivy/

This course wins the top spot for the 18th hole which is not to be missed.  It has a vertical drop 200 feet.

Oak Quarry, Ca

2. Oak Quarry Golf Club is a thrilling 18 hole championship golf course, masterfully designed by Dr. Gil Morgan/Schmidt-Curley Design.

 

Golf Now link – http://www.golfnow.com/course-directory/california-golf-courses/riverside-golf-courses/oak-quarry-golf-club

This has some beautiful scenery with a challenging course.

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3. Red Hawk – Rated 7th Best among California`s public golf courses Redhawk Golf Course in Temecula has what it takes to impress. The gently contoured course presents a wonderful challenge for golfers of just about every aptitude.

Golf Now link – http://www.golfnow.com/course-directory/california-golf-courses/temecula-golf-courses/redhawk-golf-club

We happen to play this course on a cold January morning and froze while working our way through the course. We had a great time and plan to play there again.

 

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4. Goose Creek – Nestled into the Hidden Valley Wildlife Area and meandering along the Santa Ana River, this beautifully manicured course is a golfer’s golf course. The greens are fast with a great layout and conditions that offer a challenging par 71 course along a demanding 6,556 yards. The Schmidt/Curely designed course will sufficiently challenge the experienced golfer while still allowing the novice golfer to enjoy oneself.

Golf Now Link – http://www.golfnow.com/course-directory/california-golf-courses/mira-loma-golf-courses/goose-creek-golf-course

Challenging course which I enjoyed playing.

Morongo Golf Legends

 

5. The Legends Course at Morongo, designed by noted architects Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley, is a dramatically beautiful layout and features riparian streams and is flush with oak woodlands. It is defined by its classic style of bunkering and dramatic elevation changes.

Golf Now Link – http://www.golfnow.com/course-directory/california-golf-courses/beaumont-golf-courses/morongo-golf-club-at-tukwet-canyon—legends

The rough the day we played the course was long, but it didn’t take away from the pleasure of playing the course.

So if you are ever in Southern California, you might want to check out these courses.

I’d also love to hear about course you like to play under $100 in your area.

Here’s to playing more golf,

Tina

 

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2 Responses to My Top Five Southern California #Golf Course for Under $100

  1. Tina,

    Awesome post! I love a good value course. I haven’t played any of these yet, but I will make a note of them for the next time I’m in So-Cal. Have you every played Coronado in San Diego? It is a cool muni with some cool views along the marina and can be played for less than $50.

    Cheers!
    Josh

  2. TinaGayle says:

    Not yet but it is on the list of courses I want to play. I haven’t check out a lot of San Diego courses yet. We usually head for Palm Springs when looking for new courses. They have so many to chose from.
    Have a great holiday season,
    Tina

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