Irvine boasts a warm Mediterranean climate with an annual high average temperature of 72.7°F – allowing golfers to enjoy the courses year-round. Hundreds of people visit Orange County, California all year long, drawn to the beautiful weather, the beaches, the restaurants, the atmosphere, and the endless fun activities! A reason people find themselves coming to the OC is also for the Orange County golf courses. Orange County golf is known for being some of the best around, and Orange County public golf courses are as beautiful and varied as the city of Orange County itself.
Oak Creek Golf Club – This championship, 18-hole masterpiece designed by Tom Fazio features eucalyptus trees, meandering creeks and soft rolling hills. It comes in at 6,850 yards and is a Par-71.
Strawberry Farms Golf Club – This course combines the rural beauty and tranquility of the surrounding area with the challenges of true championship golf. Nestled in the canyons of Irvine, a unique and beautiful location for any event, the par-71, 6,700 yard course is set amid canyons and wetlands. The 18-hole course offers picturesque vistas across the 35- acre reservoir and rolling greens surrounded by natural wildlife.
Rancho San Joaquin is set along a coastal inlet with three different lakes as a backdrop, and is home to some of South Orange County’s finest and most challenging greens. The course was designed by William Francis Bell.
Tustin Ranch Golf Club – One of Orange County's premiere public courses, this 18-hole course designed by Ted Robinson is consistently voted one of the best courses in Orange County by readers of the Orange County Register. A public course that offers private caddies.
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