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  • CORDEVALLE

    San Martin
    Home to the 2016 U.S. Women’s Open, the crown jewel of CordeValle is their 7,360-yard, award-winning golf course, designed by internationally acclaimed golf architect Robert Trent Jones Jr.. PGA Tour-quality challenges were brought to the par 72 course design, offering excitement and enjoyment to both the passionate and novice golfer. Defined by Jones as his finest creation, the course envelopes CordeValle’s Northern California landscape of meandering creeks, sycamore trees, canyons, and broad meadows. With this unique blend of natural and designed elements, each round played on their championship course promises to be an exceptional one.



  • THE GOLF CLUB AT MOFFETT FIELD

    Moffett Field
    Moffett Field Golf Course opened in 1959; and in a twist of irony, the original, very-flat course was named the ‘Hill Course' in honor of Captain Arthur S. Hill, the Commanding Officer at Moffett when the facility opened in 1959. Designed by Bob E. Baldock, the course began as a nine-hole venue before expansion to 18 holes ten years later. In 2007, improvements were made to recontoured terrain, add partial concrete car paths, bunker restoration and greens modification. The course remains at par 72, playing to a maximum of 6,572 yards from the challenging blue tees.



  • MONARCH BEACH

    Dana Point
    Few golf experiences can match the blend of stunning natural beauty and variety of challenges presented at Monarch Beach Golf Links. Here, along the dramatic bluffs of Southern California, master architect, Robert Trent Jones, Jr., has fashioned an intriguing layout in the Scottish links tradition on one of the select few oceanfront golf courses in California. Commanding sweeping views to the sea, this par-70 championship course offers an unending variety of play. 




  • TIJERAS CREEK

    Rancho Santa Margarita
    Located in Rancho Santa Margarita, just minutes from Orange County’s John Wayne Airport, The Ted Robinson-designed Tijeras Creek Golf Club is the tale of two nines. The distinctive course layout at Tijeras Creek opens with a demanding front nine that is highlighted with shimmering water features that come into play in three out of the first nine holes. The back nine holes are legendary for the breathtaking scenery, and awe-inspiring elevation changes that wind through old growth sycamores, oaks and native chaparral. In fact, hole number sixteen was voted one of Orange County's Best 18 Holes by members of the Southern California PGA.