Morongo Golf Club Tukwet Canyon (Champions)

36211 Champions Drive
Beaumont, CA 92320 • (951) 845-0014




LOCAL WEATHER
Calimesa, CA (92320)
71°F
Fair
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 11%
Wind: N at 1mph

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

COURSE LINKS

ALERT: Aeration
Will be aerating the greens on the Champions Course 5/9 & 5/10 and then likely on the Legends Course 5/22 & 5/23 - more info to come regarding the Legends Course.
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1. lingerphish
Posted: 04/22/17 3:18a
Member Since: Nov 5, 2012
From: Huntington Beach
Played Friday April 21, teed off at 10 am, and played both the legend and champion courses. Greens are in exceptional shape. Fairways are much better than the last time I played here. Pace of play ... Continue »
8 Likes.
Rated
8.9 Conditions
2. sparky14
Posted: 04/17/17 7:22p
Member Since: Mar 26, 2003
From: San Clemente
Played both courses at Morongo on 4/17/17 - this review covers both courses.

Still one of my favorite layouts in SoCal, but conditions are a bit worse than I've seen it in a while - but not bad by... Continue »
12 Likes.
Rated
6.4 Conditions
Green2T
Topic: Waste Areas
Posted: Nov 5, 2013
Until we have the opportunity to recondition the fairway bunkers, they are played as waste areas. You will be able to identify them by a blue stake inside the area. We appreciate your patience.
addictedtugolf
Topic: Magnificent Improvement
Posted: Jul 21, 2012
Cover story in www.GolfGuide.org Copy & paste the following link: http://golfguide.org/cover_story/page/2 [img:http://golfguide.org/cover_story/wp-content/uploads/2012/14-3/MorongoCover.jpg] [[Edited by addictedtugolf on Saturday July 21, 2012 1:36 PM]]
drewmiller
Member Since: Apr 18, 2009
Hit 3 wood of the tee as the water plays much closer than the yardage says. a good drive leave you a short iron second shot into a tiered green.
Hole
18
marcbrdtrts
Member Since: May 28, 2005
this is a short par four that doglegs at a forty five degree angle to the left. It is not important to hit a long drive, especially because you can overshoot the fairway and give yourself a bad angle to the green. Just to the right of the teeing area you can check out where the pin is located. The more to the front of the green and to the right, the more you should consider a 3 or four iron off the tee. Everything kicks left and away on this green when the second shot lands. Usually you are still left with a short wedge after hitting an iron off the tee. Only the suckers hit driver as there is a hazard to the left and several deep bunkers to contend with. This is a very fun and sporty hole. More birdies for those that use their heads.
Hole
3

Playing Conditions
6.81
Good
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PRACTICE FACILITIES
- Driving Range (Grass)
- Practice Chipping & Sand Areas
- Practice Putting Green