Temecula Creek Inn
About Temecula Creek InnStay in the spacious suites of the Temecula Creek Inn, while savoring farm-to-table food, handcrafted cocktails and picturesque views of the 27-hole golf course and the 300 acre property dotted with oaks. The resort is ideally located in the heart of SoCal's wine country.
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Surcharge for cart
Nice course, but too expensive when you consider the new $10/player cart fee they tacked on to the green fee. Too expensive. And the carts slow down automatically or turn off when you go out of bounds. Not worth the price.
Too much watering throughout the course. A lot of really soggy, over saturated ground and muddy areas throughout the course, including fairways., In addition, they had several areas with the sprinklers running but the grass was already soggy and slippery and could probably withstand a month without water. You could tell that they have just been watering way too much. Also the golf carts are programmed to very restricted unless you are on the path or fairway. Overall it’s a really nice course, just too wet for me.
Played Oaks/Stonehouse.... With the latter 9 really tough especially from blue tees. Stonehouse lot narrower, fairqays/greens in awesome shape!
Father and Son
Great course. Kinda surprised local zoning didn’t allow food sales on Oak? Weird reminder of big brother in the middle of your round. Also, there were few if any reminders that it was cart path only, so we got stuck a dozen times. Also, no real warning of the no food policy on Oak, by the time we got to the tee box it was too late to go back. Other than that though I would play again.
Sorry you couldn't eat for 9 holes. Unfortunately there are some who leave wrappers and empty cans.
Average average average
Thought this course would be interesting, but
It was very average. Borderline boring. Greens where good but not much else.
Some fairways were muddy with little to no grass. Based on playing six other courses in the area I was a bit disappointed.
B- or C+ Wouldn't Pay Rack Rate
Played Creek/Stone House. Mid-morning start time. Mats on driving range. Whatever, right? Creek more forgiving than Stone House. Stone House way too tricked up. Tight with more than a few blind shots. (SH). Both 9's...most fairways just OK. Greens were fast...fast. Good/great condition. Players...fix your ball marks on the greens. No marshal or beverage cart seen on course during entire round. Quick hot dog stop at turn. Carts annoying if you move off path or fairways.
Net, this entire resort needs a huge renovation. (BTW, it's been two years since you bought this property, Pechanga. What are you waiting for?). If I'm visiting the area, I'd probably pass on stay/play deals. Golf only...other local options would likely be better conditioned and more fun to play. That said, find a sweetheart deal like I did and you'll have an enjoyable day (which I did).
Top 5 San Diego area course!!
Would recommend this course to anyone. Greens are smooth only took me 3.5 hrs to play I really enjoyed this place. I plan on coming back this weekend’s
The course was in great shape greens where perfect.looking foreword to playing again there this week.
The only thing that needed attention was the mats on the range
Nice 27 hole lay out. After playing 18 I wanted to see the last 9 . Ended up playing another 18.
Greens were perfect fairways great staff were very friendly. GPS on carts very helpful food at snack bar was awesome . Overall experience was great. The Oaks course was more of a traditional course and the Stonehouse was Tighter and more challenging.
Temecula Creek Inn
Played the Whites on the Oaks/Stonehouse combo (6304/70.2/127) using Forelinx in slightly over 4H. Paired with Chris/Sue, nice couple and 140ver. Thanks for coming up Mike! The weather was around 80, clear and calm.
Fun course, the Oaks 9 is more wide open and less picturesque than the Stonehouse 9. The layout is constantly up/down rolling hills with fairly large, thick trees lining every fairway. Even though it is not far from major streets and the freeway, most holes feel secluded with no homes around and native areas ringing most of the course. Would be a challenging course to walk with the rolling hills.
The tees were good. Fairly level, adequate coverage with most divots properly maintained.
The fairways were fairly lush and nice to play off of.
The rough was decent with good coverage. A few areas were deep and lost ball rough, but most areas were not overly penal.
The sand was excellent. Nicely maintained with an adequate amount of good quality sand.
The greens were medium fast, firm but held approach shots well. However, chips would release and that needed to be accounted for. After playing on some of the slowest greens I have ever played on Friday, these seems like Augusta. Three putted 4 of the first 5 greens before I got the speed down and ended up with one of my worst ever putting days, but the greens were not the challenge, it was me!
Quick efficient check in. Good GPS on carts. Cart gal out and around numerous times. Good snack shop and busy restaurant onsite. Nice course in good condition, definitely recommended.