Eagle Crest Golf Club

Many golfers look for a golf vacation destination that has gorgeous surroundings and an even better layout that could test their skill. And Eagle Crest Golf Club offers just that. Located just minutes away from the Wild Animal Park in Escondido, this club is a golfer’s paradise. It has all the ingredients for a memorable round of golf – thick rough, tight fairways, and plush greens set in a stunning desert ambiance. Integrating waterfalls, wildflowers, and eight lakes into a challenging and dramatic layout, this golf club is an actual nature and wildlife preserve that winds through an isolated valley.

Opened in 1992, Eagle Crest Golf Club has been offering Championship-Quality golf to both local residents and visitors. It is created by master architect David Rainville for players of all skill levels. It offers a series of holes that are unique and unforgettable, requiring a full range of shot-making abilities – its signature hole, the par-5 sixth is the most difficult. The fairways are always in great shape and the fast greens are incredibly smooth – meticulously maintained to complement the nature preserve and numerous flowers that wind through this peaceful paradise. The spectacular setting that abounds in natural beauty and demanding holes helped the club garner a three and a half star rating from Golf Digest. A golf vacation spent here will give the players a memorable experience from all angles.

As the course continues to undergo renovations, the playing conditions are quickly enhancing along with its challenges. The addition and redesign of new and existing sand traps have improved the beauty and main challenge of the course. Having a golf trip to Eagle Crest Golf Club will fill the dreams of every golfer to play in a heavenly paradise because of its aesthetic appeal and great challenge that it offers.


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