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Oak Quarry Golf Club

Oak Quarry Golf Club

7151 Sierra Ave Riverside, CA 92509-1644 URL:   Course Website

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Oak Quarry Golf Club is a thrilling 18 hole championship golf course, masterfully designed by Dr. Gil Morgan/Schmidt-Curley Design.

Majestically situated in the Jurupa Mountains, this picturesque course winds through the white-faced, jagged terrain of the renowned Jensen Quarry. In its operating heyday, the Jensen Quarry supplied limestone, marble and 88 various minerals for the development and construction of roads, large buildings and private residences in the Los Angeles area. Today, the abandoned rock quarry, with its rich history dating back to the early 1900s, has been brought back to life for all to enjoy its place of prominence in Southern California folklore.

Course Information for Oak Quarry Golf Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by Koss Oak Quarry LLC

Oak Quarry Golf Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Brian Curley, ASGCA/Lee E. Schmidt, ASGCA/Dr. Gil Morgan
72 par, 7,002 yards
73.9 rating, 137 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $95.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Hank Schiller, Director of Golf
Golf Professional: Hank Schiller

GPS Available
Driving Range

Riverside, CA

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Oak Quarry Golf Club 4.5 5 224 224
Never disappointed We played on a Friday. Pace was good, didn't have to wait on most holes. The course was in tremendous shape for the hot weather we've been having. The greens were in good shape, and the course was challenging as ever. Always try to play there when I can. I'll be back. August 18, 2014
Exceptional course Best course in Riverside County. This course is a must play for golfer out there. A very well organized staff and operation. Love this course. August 12, 2014
Beautiful From the minute you get there, your excited you see what's around the next turn. Just a fantastic experience August 12, 2014
New favorite course. Oak Quarry is my new favorite course. Everything about it was spectacular! The views alone are worth the price of admission. Stunning! The course was in great shape. It was challenging but not ridiculous (although I was never able to figure out the speed of the greens). The holes showed imagination and creativeness. Even the cart paths were excellent. The staff was the friendliest I've met on quite some time. Well done. Can't wait to get back there on my next trip to Riverside. August 9, 2014
Love this Course! This is one of the most beautiful courses in Southern California. It was pretty warm that day (high 90's), but the light breeze and "hydrating fluids" helped a little. The staff was prompt and helpful. Not crowded at all (I played at 12:28pm). The rock formations, elevated tees, cliffs and hawks and other birds and wild life help to make the round a most enjoyable one. July 31, 2014
Well worth the drive Course was in great condition - views and elevation changes keep you focused - GPS system made the round a breeze with distances to pin being dead on - next visit to Southern Calf will make a little time to drive out and play again July 31, 2014
No more sand on the greens. Played Oak Quarry many times. Usually it is in immaculate condition. Today, all the greens were covered in sand. It made putting inconsistent and difficult. Hope it is not like that next time., July 23, 2014
Fun day with the boys but had a few issues! We had a foursome that teed off a little after noon. 95 degree heat and some wind wasn't making anything look real promising. We were able to hit some balls before the round thanks to someone leaving a few half-full buckets behind. Teed off a little early with basically nobody in front of us. Didn't see any groups until around the 4th hole where we encountered the beverage cart for the first time. We were informed that the restaurant/snack bar was not available for us to use and that she would possibly see us one more time before she left for the day. At 1:00 in the afternoon!? And knowing the snack bar wasn't available!? It's almost 100 degrees out here and we can't get a cold beverage after our 4th hole? Wow, ok so we were told that we were to continue to #10 and not stop on the turn for anything and that after #9 there wouldn't be water to drink until we got to #16! Awesome! When we did encounter a jug of water, four to be exact, one was bone dry, one was fairly full and the other two were trickling out. If you're gonna keep water on the course make sure you have more than four and make sure they're being re-filled! We had several groups either jump in front of us, play the wrong hole and/or just drive passed us to the next hole without saying a word. We played in just over 4 hours so we were moving at a pretty good pace. All-in-all the round was fun, but didn't play real well. The course had a ton of water on it which was to be expected in that heat and time of year. The other staff members were great and made things very enjoyable for us. This course is said to be one of the best if not the best in the Inland Empire! Today it didn't live up to that. Still a fun course to play and challenging for those lower handicap players. We will be back but not for awhile. I hope they can straighten some things out and live up to the reputation they have! And by the way, the reason the restaurant wasn't "available" was because they were setting up for a doctor's meeting of some sort. I guess they were the only ones able to partake in the food and beverages today. July 10, 2014
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