CrossCreek Golf Club embodies classical design themes reminiscent of the golden age of golf course architecture. The philosophies of Donald Ross, Alister MacKenzie, George Thomas, and C.B. Macdonald are apparent in this modern day golf course masterpiece. This San Diego golf course is beautifully crafted by Arthur Hills, one of America’s most celebrated modern day architects.
“Cross Creek is an absolutely beautiful site with every component needed for a great golf course. There is plenty of variety and challenge for golfers of all abilities and the aesthetics will provide enjoyment for all that get the opportunity to play the new layout. Large mature trees, creeks to negotiate, changes in topography and beautiful views will create great drama and an overall memorable golfing experience.” -Arthur Hills
CrossCreek’s terrain was carved and prepared as if nature intended for this golf course to be built on this site in Temecula. Many tees and greens are secluded in groves of age-old Oak and Sycamore trees. The quiet sounds of nature are as much a part of this San Diego golf course as the immaculately groomed fairways and greens. CrossCreek speaks to your golfing soul the way music gripped Beethoven’s Heart.
Please call us toll-free at (866) 661-2334 to book by phone. Online bookings for this course are currently unavailable.
Cancellation Policy: 48 hours.
- 18 Hole Aurther Hills Design Championship Golf Course
- Embodies Classical Design Themes Reminiscent Of The Golden Age Of Golf Course Architecture
- The Tees & Greens Are Secluded In Groves Of Age-Old Oak & Sycamore Trees
- The Quiet Sounds Of Nature & Immaculately Groomed Fairways & Greens
- Hidden Gem Of The North County
* Rates are subject to change without notice. Call us toll-free at (866) 661-2334 Ext. 1 to book this course today!
Tee Time Reservations Include: (12 players or less) Green Fee, Cart Fee, & Up to 60 Day Reservations. 48 hour cancellation policy.
Please call for group/tournament pricing (over 12 players, shotguns, food & beverage, transportation, etc.)
Take I-15 north to Rancho California Road; go west 4.5 miles to De Luz Road; go left
� mile to Via Vaquero Road. Follow to clubhouse entrance.