Ridge Creek Dinuba Golf Club is located in the heart of the Central California Valley and opened on Sunday July 13, 2008.
Owned by the City of Dinuba, Ridge Creek Dinuba Golf Club is surrounded by the Sierra Mountain line and canals reaching an abundance of orchards. Built on land that produced plums and peaches, the 18-hole championship golf course was specifically designed to use reclaimed water from the city and use state-of-the-art science to irrigate the vast native and playing areas.
Scottsdale, Ariz.-based John Fought steered the design of the par-72, upscale daily-fee municipal golf course, strategically incorporating natural grasses and bunkers to produce a heathland golf experience as found in the classic courses of England. The facility also includes a clubhouse, Three Finger Jack's, with full service restaurant, and a state-of-the-art 360-degree practice facility featuring one of the largest driving ranges west of the Rockies.
Ridge Creek also offers unique features found nowhere else on the west coast. Hole # 15 is one of the longest Par 5 holes in California measuring out at a massive 653 yards.