The Country Club Soboba Springs

1020 Soboba Road
San Jacinto, CA 92583 • (951) 654-9354

San Jacinto, CA (92583)
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 11%
Wind: N at 1mph

Sunset: 7:04 pm
green Sunrise: 6:46 am


ALERT: Aeration
Will be aerating the greens and overseeding 10/23 - 11/17, reopening 11/18.
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1. DukeOfChinoHills
Posted: 10/01/17 10:28p
Member Since: Nov 2, 2015
From: Fullerton, CA
My group and I made our annual trip out to San Jacinto earlier today to play Soboba Springs and we were pretty disappointed. Three of us drive 50+ miles, and I drive 68 miles to play there. When I m... Continue »
4.5 Conditions
2. sd3bs
Posted: 05/28/17 9:07p
Member Since: Jul 21, 2005
From: Temecula, CA
Early morning four hour round with a couple of real characters - brought my wife along for the cart ride. She wouldn't have believed me unless she saw them for herself - really nice guys though. The... Continue »
8.0 Conditions
Topic: The Country Club at Soboba Springs Review: 1-2007
Posted: Mar 2, 2009
Hi Everyone, As you know GK as gone through many changes over the years. One of those changes has been the elimination of Surveyor Reports to a more user generated content system. Instead of letting these older reviews disappear, I’ve decided to add them as permanent fixtures on ...
Topic: The Country Club at Soboba Springs Review: 1-2007
Posted: Mar 2, 2009
Recently renovated, the Country Club at Soboba Springs offers a newly lengthened golf course to go along with their newly lengthened name. While I never played the course in it's pre-renovation state, there are a few points worth making with regard to the changes. First of all, the nines have been...
Member Since: Nov 25, 2012
Fairly sharp dogleg left, plays longer than the card says because left 1/3 of the fairway isn’t really usable, slopes pretty hard towards the lake. If you can carry your driver far enough you can aim at the left edge of the left fairway bunker – smart play is down the right side or between the bunkers and accept the longer approach shot. Fairway wood off the tee isn’t that much of a distance penalty on the approach due to the dogleg. Water along left side of green, don’t go pin hunting over there! Bunker short right is well short of green, back/right bunker leaves a difficult “up & down”. Best miss is short or short/right, green slopes back to front and right to left.
Member Since: Nov 25, 2012
Another par 3 featuring water, runs from middle front around the right side, no margin for error there. Plays more difficult than you’d expect for the yardage. Wind can affect club choice, normally from behind and left – HOWEVER, you often don’t get as much help as you anticipate so make sure you’ve got enough club. I disagree with the “low cut” advice, too many ways that can go wrong (get it up in the air and the wind shoves it into the lake, too much cut same thing, not enough and you’re in the bunker, too low and it can skip through the green). Middle/back of the green is wider than it appears, if you play a draw aim at the middle, if you play a fade aim left edge.

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- Driving Range (grass)
- Practice Chipping (yes)
- Practice Putting (yes)