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Over-seed and Alternate Course Information

While the course is closed due to over-seeding, preparations are being made for the re-opening on December 1st, 2017. The Country Club Team along with the help of renowned Golf Course Architect Cary Bickler have reconfigured the course to offer a Par-70 alternate PGA rated course which will offer over 6,000 yards of playing area. Golfers can expect a challenging and enjoyable playing experience away from construction of the replacement casino.

It will be a fun and enjoyable golf course for all skill levels. This alternate course was been designed to give you that PGA Tour experience that you’ve always dreamed of, due to the fact that this alternate course was conceived with the intention to provide more opportunities to putt for Birdies and possibly an Eagle. You will immersed in the visuals of a well bunkered, strategic layout with challenging small countered greens that are demanding and allow you to utilize every club in your bag and offer plenty of opportunities to use your driver.

There will be a special rate from Friday December 1st through Sunday December 3rd. The special rate of $45.00 includes the Maze Stone’s Signature Sliders and a Pint of our Private Label draft beer.

Fast Facts:
Course is 18 holes.
PGA Rated - Par-70
Over 6,000 yards of playing area.
Fun Course for golfers of all skill levels.
Southern California’s Premier Public Golf Facility.
Grand Opening of Alternate Course December 1st, 2017
Will open with no cart path restrictions.
Opening Rate $45 includes Sliders and Draft Beer



Golf Course Renovation Project

As part of Soboba’s new Casino Resort experience, we are renovating areas of the golf course including a full redesign of holes 13,14,15 and16. This includes a Signature Island green which is aligned with the hotel pool area and will create a spectacular oasis like setting with running streams and waterfalls. Throughout the entire course, there will also be several areas landscaped with indigenous plants from the region

These holes were redesigned by Golf Course Architect Cary Bickler. Bickler did the original redesign which debuted in 2006 when the Tribe originally acquired and renovated the country club.  Bickler is one of the nation’s foremost experts on golf course renovation, remodel and historic restoration.

Soboba is well known in the golf world as the multi-year host of the Nationwide Tour. The Tribe was determined to maintain the 7200 yard length in order continue to be the home of many PGA Tour events, and as a result the Tour tees on the new course will play over 7300 yards. The new hole 15 will become the fourth longest par 5 on the PGA Tour, measuring a staggering 641 yards.
Our clubhouse will still offer the great amenities such as the award winning Maze Stone Lounge and our upscale banquet facilities that it does now, however we have plans to expand club activities such as tennis, pickle ball and bocce ball and will be offering some excellent membership packages.



Casino & Hotel Project

The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians is pleased with the progress being made to complete its replacement casino for an expected grand opening in the fall of 2018. The project includes a 200-room hotel, pool, two restaurants, a food court and sports bar, a 15,000-sq. ft. banquet and meeting facility for conferences and special events. The casino itself will have 2,000 slot machines and 28 table games. The venue will be located north of Lake Park Drive, adjacent to The Country Club at Soboba Springs.

Since the groundbreaking on Feb. 28, which was attended by tribal council members from other Southern California tribes, Hemet and San Jacinto city council members and school district representatives and Riverside County law enforcement personnel, Soboba has worked closely with local companies to develop the utility and transportation infrastructure for the project. The Tribe would like to thank Eastern Municipal Water District, the city of San Jacinto, Southern California Edison and SoCal Gas for their continued support as this exciting new project moves forward with its promise for economic growth and shared prosperity for the entire community.

The venture is expected to create 300 to 500 permanent new jobs at the casino/resort, as well as drive economic development for the entire San Jacinto Valley, which includes the work of thousands of local contractors working on this project for the next 18-plus months. In conjunction with the casino replacement project, Soboba is planning to develop a fire station, office building and cultural center on the south side of Lake Park Drive, as well as a new home for the Soboba Indian Health Clinic currently located on the Ramona Expressway, west of the San Jacinto River.

Soboba has retained the internationally renowned Friedmutter Group to serve as the architects and engineers for the project's design. Friedmutter specializes exclusively in hospitality, gaming and entertainment projects of all sizes around the world. The general contractor for the project is C.W. Driver Companies, the oldest active licensed builder headquartered in Southern California.

For the latest information, visit the News/Press page on Soboba's website, Casino Replacement Facility Information Center