Ratings from our panel of 1,900 course-ranking panelists
1 / 3
“This is a very busy public course that is well maintained. Generally overseeded in the winter, it offers some of the best playing conditions for a public course in Orange County. Late in the summer season, the fairways will reflect a heavily played golf course. The greens are typically very good all year as the course has its own source of water.
The first eight holes of the course are bordered by homes, with the 2nd and 4th holes being both fun and challenging. The backside looks like a completely different golf course. The 10th is a fun short hole. A tee ball in play will leave the player with a short to mid-iron into a small green protected by water. Then the 11th hole begins a journey down and through a canyon with no homes. There are a number of strong holes on the backside. While the 17th is the most distinct and challenging, both the par 3's (14 and 16) play from elevated tees are amongst the most beautiful on the course.
The course offers a "Creek Card" that provides discounts for anyone who would often frequent the course and is a very good deal."
2 / 3
“Good, but typical Orange County course. Very wide open front 9, followed with a bit tighter back 9."
3 / 3
“Surprisingly good course that is over-shadowed by the other heavyweights in the area. Front-nine is very tight running along a canyon. Back nine is more parkland-style with housing that comes into view."