Riverside County Golf Course

Find Riverside County California golf courses. Golf courses can be public or private, and provide a facility for individuals to play golf, take golf lessons, and buy golf equipment.

19th Hole Golf Course 28822 Old Town Front Street Temecula CA 92590 951-699-3989

Andalusia Country Club 59001 Monroe Street La Quinta CA 92253 760-564-9146

Avondale Golf Club 75800 Avondale Drive Palm Desert CA 92211 760-345-2727

Avondale Golf Club 75625 Frank Sinatra Drive Palm Desert CA 92211 760-360-7180

Bear Creek Golf & Country Club 22640 Bear Creek Drive North Murrieta CA 92562 951-677-8621

Bear Creek Golf Course 37725 Sky High Drive Murrieta CA 92562 951-677-1345

Bighorn Golf Club 255 Palowet Drive Palm Desert CA 92260 760-341-4653

Blythe Municipal Golf Course 3480 Quail Run Road Blythe CA 92225 760-922-7272

Blythe Municipal Golf Course 4708 West Wells Road Blythe CA 92225 760-922-7272

California Golf & Art Country Club 26583 Cherry Hills Boulevard Menifee CA 92586 951-679-1182

California Oaks Golf Course 40603 Colony Drive Murrieta CA 92562 951-698-8111

Calimesa Country Club 1300 3rd Street Calimesa CA 92320 909-795-2488

Canyon Crest Country Club 975 Country Club Drive Riverside CA 92506 951-274-7900

Canyon South Golf Course 1097 East Murray Canyon Drive Palm Springs CA 92264 760-327-2019

Cathedral Canyon Golf & Tennis 68311 Paseo Real Cathedral CA 92234 760-328-6571

Champions Club At Retreat Golf Course 8007 Soft Winds Drive Corona CA 92883 951-277-0562

Chaparral Country Club 100 Chaparral Drive Palm Desert CA 92260 760-340-1501

Cimarron Golf Club 67603 30th Avenue Cathedral CA 92234 760-770-6060

Club At Shenandoah Springs 32610 Desert Moon Drive Thousand Palms CA 92276 760-343-3669

Cottonwood Golf Center 13671 Frederick Street Moreno Valley CA 92553 951-413-3290

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About Golf courses

How much does it cost to play on a Golf Course?

The cost to play golf varies dramatically from one Golf Course to the next. The green fee, or fee for playing a round of golf, can be as little as $10 to $15. Green fees at resort Golf Courses can be in the hundreds of dollars. Municipal Golf Courses tend to be more affordable than privately-owned Golf Courses.

Do Golf Courses provide clubs for players?

No. Golfers are required to bring their own set of clubs to play. It is extremely rare for a course to offer clubs to rent or borrow. Most courses do not permit players to share sets of clubs while playing and require each individual player to bring their own set.

What is a tee time?

A tee time is the start time for a round of golf. Players can reserve tee times, which are spaced apart by approximately seven to 15 minutes to ensure an efficient flow of golfers through the course. Some Golf Courses do not require a tee time, but most do.