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Redhawk Golf Club, Temecula

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.4/5 based on 35 reviews on the web
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  • This is a very nice golf course which is very convenient for those living or visiting the Temecula area. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The course is challenging and is a good value. However,...  read more »
  • Nice course that is definitely challenging for an experienced golfer. Fairways were dry and sparse but the greens were in decent shape. We played mid week, mid morning and we had the entire course to ...  read more »
  • It is filled with natural pond and remains a natural golf course. Flat, well groomed grass and green, feels good, good views, I can play.
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  • Terrible. I played three weeks in a row on Sundays. Mind you this was during every hot weather....very muddy course, puddles in Sand Traps...Sprinklers going off at 3:00 in the afternoon on the 9th fair way. Several greens just torn up. Empty water jugs. I was told that this course was under new management last Oct/Nov 2015. I was told this was a "Golf Course turnaround Specialty" company. Maybe they should change their specialty. Can't believe they can charge what they charge for this course in the shape it's in. I use to really like this course.
  • Great competitive golf course with several challenging holes of golf. Be sure to visit the cantina. Good place to load up on cool Refreshments it can get very warm on this golf course
  • Disappointed by the experience. I have about a 12 handicap. I was expecting a lot because I had heard many people compliment the course, and the course fee was over $70. I played the course during the first weekend of January. It had rained quite a bit, so the course was not in great shape, i.e. water in bunkers that caused us to lose golf balls and were unplayable, some pretty bad turf. Obviously, this was more mother nature's fault, not so much the course. However, I do not love playing courses that do not overseed, and therefore have fairways that are brown during the winter. I also do not love courses that are surrounded by houses on most holes. What bothered me the most was that it took 3 hours to play the front 9 holes and just under 6 hours to play 18 holes. Very frustrating to wait that long. I am not sure what the main reason was, maybe they booked tee times too close together, or the fact that I never saw a course Marshal. For that they should get 1 star, but I am giving 2 stars, because the course has potential if play time was improved.
  • A. Great course with a nice view and cool. Breeze
  • I've played here for over a decade. Used to be a nice neighborhood course. New owners are charging $70 for 6 hour rounds. Conditions have gone downhill. Just played last week and it's not worth $30. Water and mud all over. Fairways are dead. No seeding. The only reason I'm not giving it a 1 star is because it is actually a challenging layout.
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