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My wife and I played at Cross Creek a few weeks ago while we were vacationing in Temecula, CA. The course was challenging for your average golfer, well maintained, and some of the views are spectacular. Carts are included in the game, as the terrain...More
While a little remote, it’s a beautiful drive outside of Temecula. Course is in great shape, well maintained. They were just rolling the greens, and everything was fast but fair. Clubhouse staff was helpful on check-in and the starter got us out a few minutes...More
Place is great for golfers that love nature and would rather not golf with other people constantly in sight. Played winter rules cause the fairway was a trifle spotty but the surroundings make up for it. Front nine was nice and manageable. Back nine needed...More
Its an interesting course, we've played literally all over the globe, so I may be a little persnickety, it lacks maintenance, they have the most run down golf carts I've ever seen in my life, as just one example, huge holes in the seats, thread...More
This course is very interesting and a tough test of golf from the back and blue tees. When played forward from the whites it plays much easier especially for the average golfer. Each hole is distinctive with a lot of character with trees and undulating...More
I played this course for the first time and I was warned in advance to bring a lot of balls and the warning was warranted. But despite losing a few balls, I enjoyed myself. I usually shoot in the low 90's and I shot 89...More
I wish I could rate this a zero!
Course is nice and staff pretends to care about your experience until they make mistakes that involve your money!
Had it not been a windy, cold, rainy day I would not have needed a windbreaker pullover! But...More
Course was in good enough condition considering there is a draught in California. The front nine is very playable, despite many blind shots. Back nine is horrible...why should a person have to lay up on so many second shots. Playing blindly and the ball disappears...More
Have played this course 3x now. I am torn on what to write.
GOOD: It's peaceful, quiet, no cell service, virtually no homes on course. Web price is often just $70 w/ cart. Very very challenging course design. This is not an easy 18 holes....More
Played a number of courses in the area and everybody said you should play Crosscreek. It started well with a great welcome at the Proshop and the starter. The front nine was average, fairways and greens good and good golf holes. Now to the back...More