California's Stevinson Ranch Golf Course to close on July 18
19 May 2015
by AmateurGolf.com Staff

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Stevinson Ranch, Hole No. 1
Stevinson Ranch, Hole No. 1

STEVINSON, Calif. (May 19, 2015) -- This is some news we hoped to never have to share. But sadly, the combination of California's severe drought and a reduction in rounds played have forced Stevinson Ranch to make the difficult decision to close later this Summer. 

The highly-acclaimed course, co-designed by John Harbottle and managing partner George Kelley, has been a favorite of California players since it opened for play in 1995. And it's the only course I've ever played that provides a tournament-quality course that stretches out to 7180 yards, while at the same time not taking itself too seriously. A "Constitution of Fun" is posted outside the clubhouse, and if you're not smiling when you get off the course the staff does an awesome job of fixing that within a few minutes of stepping foot into the 19th hole.

"It's been the goal of our great staff from day one to provide each customer with a truly memorable experience," said Kelley. "I regret that California is going to lose a course that has become so well-known and highly regarded.

We hope everyone will visit and play this gem one last time. Read full press release>

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