CrossCreek Golf Club

Coming together in CrossCreek Golf Club is the legendary design of Arthur Hills and the wonderful beauty of Temecula Valley. The result is a pristine looking Southern California style golf vacation spot nestled on a diffident natural environment. Timeless old oak and sycamore trees are displayed along with rippling creeks that provide a challenging scenery complimenting the demands provided by the layout as it positions near the ‘Hills’. Here, there are no homes, no freeways, and not even unnecessary noise to take away golfers from focus on their game.

Obvious in the CrossCreek Golf Club are traces of its inspiration taken from the golden age of golf course architecture. That means that a mixture of the philosophies that the Donald Ross, Alister MacKenzie, George Thomas, and C.B. Macdonald re apparent in this contemporary golf trip masterpiece. Arthur Hills truly crafted a masterpiece in San Diego with this one effortlessly highlighting as one of America’s most celebrated destinations, consistent with the honors its architect has been getting for years.

The putting green also forms as a large driving range providing for impressive practice facilities to every type of golfer. Aside from that, other golf vacation packages are up for grabs in CrossCreek Golf Club. One of the most famous is the clubhouse grille where sumptuous food are served and thirst quenching drinks are offered which makes a visceral decision out of a guest to dive into the luxury. Moreover, like periodic films shot in the highlands, this course is blessed with the sound of birds as musical score, instead of the noisy traffic, especially because it is minutes away from the I-15. Great golf is played in this glorious natural location where a pristine world removes it from the brouhaha of the city, leaving only the comfortable conditions to freely create the best atmosphere. There may be a myriad of emotions fired from an experience here, but of all of them would surely express the positive.

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