28095 John F. Kennedy Drive
Moreno Valley, CA 92555
Opening in October 1988, the 240-acre Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Club was in its day considered one of Southern California’s premier public golf facilities with 27-holes of championship golf course designed by world famous golf course designer Pete Dye. Before being closed in the summer of 2015, the Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Club was impacted by the changing economics of the U.S. golf course industry compounded by the Great Recession. Many golf courses closed or were downsized and the industry is still recovering from that difficult time.
At its peak, Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Club encompassed a spacious, Mediterranean inspired clubhouse and a 14-acre, lighted grass driving range. The course itself included three 9-hole courses -- Lake Course, Mountain Course, and Valley Course. Each course had its own distinct characteristic, giving the golfer a truly unique experience along each fairway and on each green. Two inoperative wells that are dedicated to the golf course are being restored and placed in service by Bridge to once again irrigate the golf course along with recycled water.
The courses featured island greens and Pete Dye’s trademark railroad ties. Multiple tee placements at each hole challenged the finest players in the world and yet gave a thoroughly playable and enjoyable time to the average golfer. Bridge Investment Group Holdings is committed to selling the Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Club to an experienced 3rd party owner/operator who is equally committed to restoring a quality course beginning with regulation 18 holes. Then, when economically feasible, the remaining nine holes will be open to public play. Until that time, those nine holes and the land associated with them will be maintained by the new golf course owner.