Temecula Creek Inn Golf Course

3-star: a good golf course with many fine features.
   Temecula Creek Inn Golf Course Est. 1970

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Temecula Creek Inn Golf Course: Temecula Creek Inn offers an excellent base from which to discover the many golf courses and wineries around Temecula, as well as the chance to hone your game on its 27-hole championship layout. The three nine-hole loops, radiating out-and-back from the hotel and clubhouse, each have their own distinctive characters. The Creek-nine is a relatively easy-going, flat, parkland layout, with parallel fairways separated by a liberal scattering of fir trees. Water hazards are sparingly used, and most of the bunkering is saved for around the often large and sloping greens. Your main priority on these gently dog-legging holes will be to stay out of the trees. Moving up a gear, the Oaks-nine introduces slightly more elevation change to some of the holes, while water hazards play their part at the par-3 3rd and challenging par-4 9th. The Oaks is the quietest of the three nines, the other two both having several holes within earshot of the busy Interstate Freeway (I-15). Certainly the toughest and most undulating of the three nines is the also partly tree-lined Stonehouse-course. The par-5 opener demands you hit a tight, blind, draw from the tee; the next three holes also require blind tee-shots. From the higher elevations, as on the Oaks, you will enjoy some picturesque views onto the surrounding boulder clad hills and away to mountains in the distance. Although less dramatic and not as demanding as some of its neighbours, each of the three-nines at Temecula Creek Inn finishes in great style, with the need for precise tee-shots and water threatening around the final greens.

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Making Contact

Temecula Creek Inn Golf Course
44501 Rainbow Canyon Rd,
Temecula, California 92592
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Office   +1 (951) 694 1000
Pro Shop   +1 (877) 517 1823 (toll free)

  +1 (951) 676 8961

Email   temeculacreekinn@JCResorts.com
Website   www.temeculacreekinn.com
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About the course

The course: 27 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland.
Creek - easy to walk; Oak - a few slopes to climb; Stonehouse - several slopes to climb.
Surroundings: Rural countryside and woodland.
Designer: Dick Rossen and Ted Robinson
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Yards 6784 6384 5712
Par 72 72 72
SSS or Slope 72.3 70.4 72.8
At the Same Location:
Above distances/ratings are for the Creek / Oak nines. The Stonehouse-nine, at 3257 yards (back tees), is slightly shorter than the other two nines.
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How2Get There?

3 miles S of Temecula Town Centre
From I-15 just south of Temecula, take the Old Town Front St exit and head east on Route 79, direction Vail Lake. After o.8 miles at traffic lights, turn right into Pala Rd / Pechanga Pkwy. After 250 yards, at traffic lights, turn right into Rainbow Canyon Rd / Old Hwy 395. After o.6 miles turn right into Temecula Creek Inn.

Essential information

Green Fees:
2015 visitor fee, 18-holes: weekdays $80; weekends $95. Golf cart included. Reduced junior, midday, twilight and super twilight rates, as well as resort guest Stay&Play packages. [Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc]. Credit cards accepted.
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.  Must book in advance.
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Other Information
Walking permitted.

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Did you know?

The Temecula Valley (Exva Temeeku) was inhabited by the Temecula Indians (Temeekuyam) for many thousands of years before their first encounters with the Spanish missionaries. Located at the "place of the sun" (Temeekunga), where "the sun breaks through the mist", the rapidly expanding city of Temecula is one of a handful in California that still retains its original Indian name.

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Latitude: (33.468417)
Longitude: (-117.133200)
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Temecula Creek Inn 
44501 Rainbow Canyon Road, Temecula, California 92592
+1 (951) 694 1000

Temecula Creek Inn is located inland from the scenic Southern California coast, in the heart of Southern California's wine country. Here you can enjoy the soft rolling hills, light fragrant air, easy-going atmosphere and genuine hospitality of the Temecula Creek Inn staff. A wonderful collection of framed Native American artifacts can be found all around the hotel, including in the well-appointed guest rooms.

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