A popular training ground for PGA Tour players and a regular tournament host course on The Golden State Tour, The Golf Club at Rancho California's 18-hole course is a worthy challenge for golf's elite talents. Originally designed in 1970 by famed architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr., the course incorporates the rolling hills of Temecula Valley—a feature that golfers encounter throughout the course, especially as they approach the third tee, which is perched 100 feet above the fairway. Water hazards imperil ill-struck golf balls on eight holes, including a treacherous stretch in the middle of the round where golfers encounter water on six of seven consecutive holes. Despite its sterling reputation, the Club continues to make improvements on the course. Management recently lengthened the par 72 to stretch more than 7,200 yards to compensate for the longer drives created by new technology and the diminishing force of gravity associated with Earth's perpetual shrinking.
While the back tees may be enough to give Tour pros a challenge, the course offers five tee options to accommodate players of all abilities. A practice green and driving range let golfers get acquainted with the course's Bermuda grass surface and the earthworms that emerge to compliment a well-struck drive.
After 20 years of event planning, Amy Brewen decided to take her show on the road—literally. With a map of Inland Empire's best venues, event spaces, and wineries already in her mind, she connected them all together into packaged experiences with the aid of a little creativity and a classic 32-passenger trolley. The antique vehicle, which maintains all its quaint charm from the wooden seats to the brass bells, was put to work running daily tours through Temecula wine country. As the fleet grew, Brewen added more tours to her repertoire. Today, she conducts excursions to local wineries, microbreweries, and eateries; holiday events; and transportation for tourists or wedding guests.
The aviation experts at SunCountry Flight Services impart their winged know-how to greenhorn pilots and aspiring aerialists alike. An introductory flight class begins on the most familiar ground of all, the ground, with a 40-minute land lesson focusing on the physical basics of flight and airplane maintenance. Afterward, students take a luxurious Cirrus aircraft skyward for a 30-minute aeronautical journey, during which they'll get to watch as their newfound knowledge of lift and covert bird mimicry are put into thrillingly buoyant effect. This course is designed as a tantalizing first taste before sky-swabbies move on to more advanced courses, which SunCountry Flight Services also offers.
Final Bell is a Kickboxing and total fitness Gym targeting the beginner to moderate range athlete. We focus on cardio Kickboxing classes teaching basic skills and overall fitness. We have the revolutionary NEW TRX system (www.trxtraining.com) with a TRX certified trainer. Our level 2 class features a 2 time world champion.
It’s simple enough to run three miles around your neighborhood, but why do that when a Healthy Races run could potentially involve a giant inflatable killer whale, mud-soaked ballerinas, or a mischievous leprechaun? Healthy Races injects each of its events with a crucial ingredient that is sadly all-to-often missing from exercise: fun. Though the company's events change based on the season, it has previously held mud runs, glow stick highlighter runs, Oktoberfest beer runs, and St. Patrick's Day-themed 5Ks.
Murrieta Tennis Club fosters improvement in tennis players of all types with league play, private and group lessons, and junior tennis camps. On any given day, the club's nine lighted outdoor tennis courts may play host to a casual match between members, a USTA league match or junior tournament, or a lesson being conducted by a USTA-certified instructor. The club also offers a ball machine for those hoping to put in some practice on their own time.