The Journey at Pechanga is seven miles of scenic cart rides and demanding golf in southern California’s Temecula Valley. The tumultuous terrain climbs to incredible heights on the Pechanga Indian Reservation, serving up one of the largest elevation drops in golf, the 185-foot nosedive from the sky-high sixth tee to a narrow twisting fairway below. Just for fun, count how long it takes before your ball lands. The Journey at Pechanga delivers plenty of thrilling moments like this and as much risk-reward as the casino across the street. Architects Arthur Hills and associate Steve Forrest built the design in 2007. Some changes have softened the challenge, but it’s still a “bring your A game” type of track. The Journey starts and finishes at the 62,000-square-foot Journey’s End Clubhouse.