The Links at Summerly Golf Schedule
Monday-Friday 7:00 am – 6:00 pm, Weekends and Holidays 6:30am – 6:00pm. October through April
Monday-Friday 7:00 am – Dusk , Weekends and Holidays 6:30 am – Dusk. May through September
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Golf shop- 951-674-3900
Events- 951-674-3900 ext 207
Nestled between Southern California’s largest natural lake, Lake Elsinore, the Ortega Mountains and the Cleveland National Forest, the Links at Summerly’s stunning par-72, nearly 6,800-yard layout was designed by renowned golf course architect Cal Olson to fit seamlessly into the landscape – incorporating natural mounding, pristine rolling terrain and three miles of Scottish-style burns to provide the look and feel of traditional links-style courses of the British Isles. Kidney-shaped bunkers abound, while numerous twists and turns will challenge golfers of all skill levels to use every club in their bag in order to navigate this breathtaking masterpiece.
“Golfers will need to use their imagination, be creative and improvise,” says Olson. “Every hole has been designed to provide golfers with a variety of playing strategies, as well as offer an authentic, traditional Scottish-style golf experience in a serene, natural setting. From the traditional design of the course to the array of outstanding amenities, the Links at Summerly will offer Southern California golfers a truly unique experience.”
Adding to the uniqueness of the Links at Summerly, golfers will have the opportunity to walk the course – a novelty at daily fee courses. We believe walking has been neglected as part of the golf experience during the past decade. Walking brings out the true essence of the game, allowing golfers to not only enjoy the extraordinary natural setting, but also gain a better understanding and appreciation for the many course design nuances that make the layout so unique. These are things that can only be experienced by walking the course the way golfers did when the game was first introduced.