Take a Tour of Redhawk
Turning 528 yards
Although long hitters can carry the right-hand dogleg of the par 5, the seasoned player knows hitting three quality iron shots will give you a good shot at birdie every time.
Press 398 yards
Hitting the fairway is at a premium on this relatively short but straight par 4, as the three-tiered green will challenge your distance control. A slight draw into the green gives you the best chance at holding shots since the green slopes right to left.
Splash 358 yards
A solid long-iron is all that is required off this par 4 tee, as a lake at the end of the fairway can gobble up all those who try to push the envelope. Hitting your approach in the center of the green is the best bet at birdie, since shooting at the pin here can cause trouble.
Tears 153 yards
Uphill par 3 defined by the large four-tiered green. Keeping your below the hole is most important, even if it means putting up one level. Putting or chipping from past the hole is not recommended.
San Jacinto 471 yards
Let it rip on this long par 4. Though there are no sand bunkers greenside, the deep grass bunkers make getting up and down difficult for those who miss this green.
Aviary 392 yards
A short but difficult par 4. Missing the fairway left will leave you in the bunkers and while missing right will put you behind trees. A slight draw off the tee will help you keep the ball on a fairway that slopes left to right. Once again, aiming for the center of the green is your best bet.
Far Five 560 yards
This challenging dogleg-left par 5 may be reachable to some, but not by cutting the corner. For all players, your second shot will be make or break this hole; finding the fairway on the lay-up is very important as danger lurks on both sides of the short grass.
Ray’s Creek 167 yards
Our signature par 3 island green. Enjoy the view on this beautiful hole with a good shot at birdie if you can find land off the tee. When choosing a club make sure to take the wind into consideration, as the prevailing wind from the left is blocked from the tee.
Swilcan 480 yards
This dogleg right par 4 is one of the most difficult on the course. The longer hitter will be able to carry the bunker on the right, while most will have to play just to the left, leaving a long uphill second. Add one club for the elevation change and possibly more depending on the wind.
Fountain 450 yards
Distance off the tee helps on this straight away par 4, but be careful of the bunkers on the right; hitting into them will leave you no shot at the green. Club selection is important on your approach. Putting is easier if you’re on the correct side of the mound in the front-center of the green.
Magnolia 561 yards
This dogleg-left par 5 plays longer than the yardage indicates, especially if your drive finds the rough. Check pin placement before your approach; this long, thin green can play three clubs longer if the hole is back than if it is in the front.
Dune 161 yards
Choose your club wisely on this desert island par 3, as the wind and elevation can make things tricky. A lower shot will stay below the prevailing headwind which usually picks up in the afternoon.
Pampas 474 yards
This tough par 4 with O.B. left and water right demands a great drive, but you aren’t home free from there. A long second shot into the wind will test even the best long-iron hitters. Making par at this most difficult hole on the back nine will likely gain you a few strokes on your competitors
Carnoustie 342 yards
This short par 4 should not be taken for granted; deep pot bunkers and a severely sloping green means bogeys can pop up in a hurry. However, leaving your tee shot short of the fairway bunkers on the right presents a manageable short-iron in and a good chance at birdie.
Eagles 358 yards
Position your tee shot wisely on this straight par 4. Fairway bunkers can grab wayward tee shots and trees on both sides of the fairway challenge approach shots from the rough. Try to stay below the hole here; putting back at the hole will be quick down the slope.
Horizon 464 yards
Make sure to hit the fairway on this long par 4. Big hitters will be able to get over the crest off the tee while short hitters will have an elevated or even blind second shot. Try to find the proper section of the green with your approach; a two-putt here is worth celebrating.
Hawk 205 yards
As you reach the tee on this steep par 3, take time to absorb the wide view of Temecula and the surrounding valley. This hole will usually play two clubs short of the yardage and be pushed a bit by the prevailing wind from the left. The green is relatively flat, except when putting across the small ridge in the middle of the green.
Hopscotch 534 yards
A great drive on this par 5 can give you a chance to get home in two. Conservative players should hit a long-iron off the tee, a mid-iron over the creek that bisects the fairway, leaving a short iron over the lake into the green. The hole is appropriately named for the hazards that are to the right, left and across this difficult and picturesque finishing hole.