Strawberry Farms Golf Club, Irvine
Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Strawberry Farms Golf Course combines the rural beauty and tranquility of the surrounding area with the challenge of true championship golf. As the premier golf course in Southern California, Strawberry Farms is the preferred course among corporate groups and golf enthusiasts alike.Make Strawberry Farms Golf Club a centerpiece of your Irvine vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Irvine travel itinerary planner.
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We like playing here when it's less busy. The course has a neat combination of shorter and longer tees. Watch out for the guys behind you who decide to hit their power drivers when you are in the midd... read more »
Playing golf there is great then stay for a glass of wine and dinner. Great patio area and you can watch the golfers practice their swing
This is an outstanding venue for a wedding. The venue is about a mile and a half off of Jeffrey but once you get there, you feel like you are in the country. You pass by a white picket fence and get t... read more »
Nice course. Sure you can do better in Orange County price wise, but for those who live in Irvine they provide a nice discount. I like this course because the Par 3's are very approachable, they are shorter than most courses, but very tight. The back nine is very scenic and the entire course is rather tight, meaning alot of OB, but you can score well here if you are straight. The 18th hole is the only hole that I really think is unfair, but over all-- I like the course. The greens are the fairest of any course in OC, true and very fair. Slightly quick. A little expensive for non- Irvine residents, but that is because its right off the 405, near Shady Canyon.
A two star course at a five star price. I flew in from CO and wanted to play. Found this course and gave it a try. I should have left it alone. Visitors, beware as you will be punished for being a non resident. Layout is nice but nothing to be in awe over or to justify the price. There are a lot more things I could have better utilized $175 for. Every hole has massive areas that are GUR. Driving range was in awful shape. With the exception of the cart attendants the staff wasn't that great. For the price...... I would rate this course a joke.
Came here for lunch and to hit balls at the range. Lunch was delicious but the driving range was very "meh." $10 for 60 balls was a little expensive and even though you get to hit off grass it is not in very good shape. The stall I was at was on a slope which messed with my practice.
I recently got married (on Dec. 3rd) and the wedding reception we held in the big red barn at Strawberry Farms. My wife and I really liked the idea of holding the reception in a barn, and though it was not rustic (as we had originally imagined) it looked outstanding in our wedding photos. And speaking of photos, they take the bride and groom on a golf cart to a nearby lake for scenic pictures which we did at sunset and it made for some amazing photos. Strawberry Farms has two wedding coordinators that work with you and they make planning easy (they're pros!). They have a list of photographers, DJs, and florists with whom they already have connections. You have to pick two of the three or there is a fee for not using them, but we needed a DJ and a florist recommendation anyway. The DJ from their list, Atmosphere Events, was awesome and I've already given the DJ great reviews as well. On the inside of the barn we hung Chinese lanterns and it looked awesome. There is a small hanging fee but not much at all really. They worked with us to keep us on budget (and our budget was modest as weddings go). My wife and I have already recommended Strawberry Farms to our engaged friends.
Craig Muchison down there is a tourist. we only pay 65 bucks,lol
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