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43860 Glenn Meadows Rd
Temecula, CA  92590-4911
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CrossCreek Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 6,940 yards | 142 slope

74.1 rating | Rye grass

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CrossCreek Golf Course

The 18-hole "CrossCreek" course at the CrossCreek Golf Club facility in Temecula, California features 6,940 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 74.1 and it has a slope rating of 142 on Rye grass. Designed by Arthur Hills, ASGCA, the CrossCreek golf course opened in 2001. TND Management manages this facility, with Dave Garner as the General Manager.

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Reviewed November 28, 2019

Best coarse around

Reviewed September 09, 2013

Reviewed September 07, 2012

Rare gem tucked way off the beaten track. WELL WORTH THE EFFORT TO PLAY!! The course is very challenging and can be quite long when playing from the tips. Beautiful scenary along the trek. If you're looking for a course to test your skill I would recommend this one. Well worth the small $$ to play. No frills clubhouse. A must play for those who love the game.

Reviewed April 27, 2011

Just played this course yesterday with my gf. It is a great find, and has a very serene/peaceful/soothing type feel to it. This course is so tucked away in a Ranch area, it's a great escape for the day with nobody breathing down your neck to play fast, and very good value for the twilight rate. The course itself was in good shape, with the strong points being the fairways, approaching areas, tee boxes. the greens were pretty good, nothing fantastic with some airated bumps but not on every hole though. Overall, its an excellent value. i've never played a course that good for $25 cart included.

Reviewed March 19, 2011

What a great find the Cross Creek Golf Course was! We were staying at the Temecula Creek Inn in order to play golf but were disturbed by the very loud freeway noise (2 of the three 9 hole courses were right on the highway), and the inability to get on to the 3rd course which was away from the can’t play it as a 9 hole even if you offered to pay for 18 holes.

I scouted around the Temecula area and came up with the Cross Creek. Wow. What a great course. It is in really terrific condition. The holes are varied and quite challenging. The course plays through trees on some holes, but mainly it plays up and down rolling hills through gorgeous meadow areas. (see their web-site at The pace of play was good. The course is not over-run with people as is Temecula. There is an attractive club house with a restaurant and a nice golf shop. Every single staff member we talked to was friendly, helpful and had an upbeat sense of humor! Our round, after 2:00 (as I recall) was $25.00 each including cart. What a deal.

Finding Cross Creek saved the vacation for us!

Reviewed November 23, 2009

i wish the condition of the course is as good as the scenary. fairway is as crappy as LA muni courses. slow green. lotta dirt period.

for the money, it was ok except the drive from OC. until i see immaculous improvement, i would stick to Red Hawk, SCGA or Eagle Glen for little more money. I was surprised by more disappointment than amusement.

Reviewed June 11, 2009

This is a course that I really enjoy playing. Expect blind shots and hidden hazards along the course. The ideal way to play this course would be to keep your driver in your bag until you arrive at the par fives or maybe a couple of the par fours. The first time that I played this course this was the method that I chose and it payed off. However, now I want to "man up" and pay for my stupid decisions. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The greens are fast and a little tricky to read. Some of the greens also need a little TLC. I would also suggest arriving early to warm up on the range and greens before going out.

Reviewed May 21, 2009

I saw the course in a golf magazine I picked up from my local county club. It looked like a nice course to play because, here in the O.C., we usually do not get a chance to play a course without houses, business, roads or freeways along one or all of the fairways. It took me 45 minutes to an hour to get their from my front door. As I exited off the 15 freeway, I drove up into the canyon wondering where the hell I was going. I pulled into the parking lot which was empty. Most of the time when I play an O.C. course and have a early tee time, the parking lot is still full and golfers are stacked up on the first tee. The staff was very pleasant, which quite frankly is a nice change of pace from the O.C. courses. The greens were beautiful and the rough was tall which made long shots from the rough difficult. As noted in a previous review, driving accuracy is a MUST when playing here. There were several blind tee shots which I would not have minded if I had played the course before. The round took 3 hours and 45 minutes with our early morning tee time of (7:40 AM). I was back home in the O.C. by 12:30. I have started to venture outside of the Orange County line for new places to golf at after having a couple 5+ hour rounds with 7:30ish tee times in the O.C. Waiting on a tee box drives me crazy!

I found the greens to be quite soft (morning play) but tricky. This course forces you to make golf shots. It’s not the course to swing out of your @$!*%. If you shank right or left…beyond the allotted space of the fairway and rough…you will need to pull a ball from your bag. I say give it a shot…It is definitely on my 2 times a year play rotation.

Good luck!

Reviewed May 15, 2009

In general this a fun couse to play. The extremely thick rough does make accurate drives a premium for scoring well.

Reviewed May 05, 2009

For a public course in California it doesn't get much better. CrossCreek is the only public course in the area that can say there are no homes on the golf course, no freeways, and no noise. By far one of the best values for your dollar if you want a complete golf experience. The Temecula Valley and orchards surrounding the back nine are beautiful, but the course doesn't let up an inch. Par shooters should expect a challenge tee to green from the back tees. golf carts are recommended and are equipped with GPS. You can actually order food from the golf cart before you make the turn, and pick it up on your way to the second nine. I'd say it is easily the best public golf course in the Temecula Valley!

Reviewed March 29, 2008

Overrated golf course. It is quiet, but it is not really worth the drive from San Diego. I expected better conditions. Greens were sloppily cut around the fringe.

Reviewed December 16, 2007

I had the pleasure of playing Cross Creek early this morning (850a). I signed up for their e-club, and Randy sent me a 2-for-1 coupon, so my wife and I made the trek.
The conditions were great, especially considering the time of year. Fairways and greens were impeccable, the tee-boxes were, in general, very good. However, some of the views from the tee-boxes don't provide "ah, here's how to play this hole" feeling. Several blind shots left this 13 handicapper grumbling a few times.

We played through the 1st twosome by #7, and then had the course to ourselves. I had a surreal moment on the tee at 17. Stone cold silence. I mean I couldn't hear was really weird. This surreal experience can only be heard in Southern California at Cross Creek.

If you've never played, sign up for the e-club, look for a discount, and head up there. I think you'll find it on your "must play a couple times per year" list, even if, like me, your local club's monthly dues eat up all of your monthly golf budget.

Reviewed September 29, 2007

stay straight or your looking for days for your ball.Seemed like they had more than a few gorges so dont come up short.

Reviewed August 10, 2007

Was told it's a must play. Lots of hype, tons of specials and coupon offers. Course was in okay shape. Don't always need to tee off with a driver, I used a hybrid several times. The greens had numerous ball marks and unmanaged divot marks, however they had potential to be great, cut close and the breaks were true. Thick rough and native areas through out the course.

Reviewed July 28, 2007


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 alex V. 34 55 21 03/13/12
2 Scott B. 27 94 67 05/25/12
3 Alex B. 21 90 69 09/30/11
4 John R. 20 89 69 07/12/08
5 Gerry A. G. N/A 70 70 09/23/07
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
29 Lawrence V. N/A 78 78 11/25/19
14 Merv F. 13 89 75 02/20/18
11 Cal P. 3 78 75 04/13/15

Golf Course Information

About CrossCreek

CrossCreek Golf Club

Community facility

Managed by TND Management

30 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Dave Garner, General Manager
Lee Hanley, Golf Professional
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