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Warner Springs Ranch
Warner Springs Ranch is a unique resort. Nestled in the high desert mountains in the northeast portion of San Diego County, Warner Springs is 3,200 feet above sea level. The resort has: an 18-hole championship golf course; 240 rooms, all of which have no televisions, no phones and no alarm clocks; an equestrian center; 15 tennis courts; a spa facility; three swimming pools, one of which is filled with 105-degree mineral hot springs; and a sky sailing facility. Visit Warner Springs Ranch for a relaxed atmosphere, clean mountain air and an experience you will not be able to duplicate.
During the evening you can see more stars in the sky than you thought existed. The golf course is open to outside play Monday through Thursday, holidays excluded. The facilities are open only to members and guests during the weekends and holidays. A "Stay and Play" golf package is in effect throughout the year. The price is based on double occupancy and includes: unlimited golf for two days, range balls, housing, dinner and breakfast. Please call 760-782-4211 for more information on golf (and other) packages.
Yardage is: 6,893 from the black tees; 6,701 from the blue tees; 6,252 from the white tees; 5,422 from the red tees. It is a fun golf course to play. The greens are small and fast. The signature hole is the par-3 5th which can play anywhere from 95 yards to 195 yards. The green is fronted on the right by a large bunker and a huge cottonwood tree and a rather large oak tree is on the left to block the green from any errant shots. You may call 760-782-4270 to reach the golf shop and reserve a tee-time booking.
Warner Springs Ranch is located 38 miles east of Temecula on Highway 79 South; and approximately 75 minutes away from downtown San Diego.
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