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11 Strawberry Farm Rd
Irvine, CA  92612-2300
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Strawberry Farms Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 6,700 yards | 136 slope

72.7 rating


Strawberry Farms Golf Course


The 18-hole "Strawberry Farms" course at the Strawberry Farms Golf Club facility in Irvine, California features 6,700 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 72.7 and it has a slope rating of 136. Designed by James W. Lipe, Jr., ASGCA, the Strawberry Farms golf course opened in 1997. Patti Ross manages the course as the General Manager.

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Strawberry Farms Golf Club
Irvine, CA
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Strawberry Farms Golf Club
Irvine, CA
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Reviewed June 03, 2011

Pretty course, but expensive. I've only played there for a couple of closed-course tournaments so I don't know what the staff is like on a normal day. If you are a beginner, be sure to use the foward tees.

Reviewed July 08, 2009

For a long time Strawberry Farms has been one of my favorite courses to play. Played there at least 12 times, but I haven't been back in a couple years. However this week I had a bad experience at the pro shop while checking in. Conversation went like this:
Me: "Good afternoon, I'm checking in for a twosome for my XXpm tee time."
Old guy at counter: "Ok, will you be paying now?"
Me: "Yeah, I'll be taking care of both greens fees on my card since I'm taking my brother out here for his birthday."
Old guy at counter does not reply and proceeds to take my credit card.
As I look over while signing the slip, I see a sign next to the counter that simply says, "Is it your birthday?" So I ask the guy what that was about.(since 15 seconds earlier I had previously mentioned that I'm here for my brother birthday)
Old guy says: "You get a free round on your birthday"
Me: "Really? That's great luck because today is my brother's birthday"
Old Guys reply: "Today!? JESUS CHRIST! Why the heck does this always have to happen to me after I run the credit card!? Now I have to redo the damn thing!"
Me: (in a complete state of shock at the guys total rudeness) "Well I did just mention to you that I was covering my brother for his birthday..."
Then a younger guy at the counter walks up and politely intervenes and takes over the refund transaction to discount one of the greens fees for their promotion. If it wasn't for him stepping in, I would have been really upset by the completely inappropriate and crass response by the older worker. They really need to have a talk about customer service with that old guy.

Reviewed May 19, 2009

Reviewed April 07, 2009

Be careful what you wish for! That would be what I would say if someone told me they wanted to play Strawberry Farms golf course in Irvine. I have wanted to play Strawberry Farms for more than five years...I finally did. I planned a small tournament for 8 guys on the opening day of baseball. Ironically, one of the owners of the course is an ex-major league baseball player who I am sure would be disappointed if he knew how general public Joe golfer is treated when they come to the course. Most of the golfers in our two foursomes were monthly players with a few low handicaps. I had never played there before so I wanted to play the course prior to our tournament. I decided to play a round the Wednesday prior so I knew the layout and could play with some local knowledge. This is my take on the two round experience:

Both tee times were 7:10. It looks like they do all their prep work (course and clubhouse) in the morning instead of the night before or prior to golfers showing up for their tee times. The bathrooms were filled with used paper towels and a full trash can billowing out like a volcano. The first round (Wednesday) they were changing the hole placement as we were hitting on to greens one and two. On hole two we actually had two holes to pick from as we walked on the green for our putts. In 20 years of playing golf I have NEVER seen this before. The staff was rude and arrogant to say the least! Is this because they work at Strawberry Farms? It’s not a country club… and not the only course in Orange County. The grounds keepers were mowing the tee boxes and seemed put off because we actually wanted them to stop mowing as we were getting ready to hit before they were done mowing the boxes. I saw grounds keepers all over the course until I got to hole 6. I wanted to use the range before both rounds. Both times (one Monday and the other Wednesday) the range was closed at the time I needed it because they were either picking up balls, mowing the range and/or fertilizing. Nothing like a 7:10 tee time without a warm up on the range. Starters are usually the nice old guys who are retired and are pleasant to speak to because they are working on a golf course… and retired. NOT THE CASE HERE! The fairways were in very bad shape. The course condition was not good.…but the layout was not bad. The course would be great if it were in better condition and the staff actually smiled or at the very least were friendly. The cart person showed up when we were on the 16th hole which was around 11:30. So much for the bloody marys on the course. As we finished we pulled up in the parking lot and were greeted by a person to clean our clubs. This seemed to be the only nice employee…oh wait! He wanted a tip so it was in his best interest.

In conclusion, I hope that the major league ball player that owns a portion of this golf course sees this. In my opinion, this course could be an exciting scenic challenge within the middle of the hustle and bustle of O.C. life. This is not the only course in Orange County. The course owners should really be careful. Their guests may take their money elsewhere as I will. The day of the tournament round we were given a two for one special rate for the future because they had punched the greens. I will go back in the next couple months. If I have a different experience or see a better looking course I promise to be fair and report the changes.

Reviewed November 02, 2008

Well this is really nice course, its sad its so poorly run.
160 dollars on the weekend is 60 to much and the service top to bottom is very poor the starters are snotty and very slow, the cart guys strap your bag on at check in but you cant take the cart to the range so off it comes. The over priced bar cart serves warm beer or soda or cheap vodka and rum, and the girls are a pest and less that friendly, even the over priced range balls are played from worn out mats. This place seems more interested in hosting over priced weddings than filling its tee times and thats a shame as the great layout wonders through the hills giving you great views and 18 good strong holes to play. The greens are large and in good shape and the tees are flat and wont mislead you, the traps could use more sand but are still fair. The layout opens and narrows in the right places. Its a shame
management is running golfers off with poor service and high prices. Play it once with a coupon then pray the owners sell it to a company with a clue. PS dont book tee times on line here its not run by the course and the wont correct errors.

Reviewed December 01, 2007

Great course for a beginner -- i.e. it is a pretty easy course. Shot my lowest score ever there.

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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Mike E. 8 39 31 10/20/07
2 Chris R. 9 41 32 08/24/07
3 Henry L. 6 70 64 09/02/08
4 Kiyohide S. 20 85 65 07/11/07
5 Miah B. 28 97 69 08/15/07
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
7 Pablo G. 18 100 81 03/04/18
23 Rob B. 18 95 74 01/04/18
7 Pablo G. 22 93 71 03/05/17
7 Pablo G. 22 101 79 03/04/17
37 Jeff N. 10 88 78 10/12/16

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About Strawberry Farms

Strawberry Farms Golf Club

Golf Only facility

30 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Patti Ross, General Manager
Jae Kang, Golf Professional
Jim Fetterly, Superintendent
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