Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, Calif.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Pechanga Golfers looking to indulge in an exciting casino golf getaway have hit the jackpot with Pechanga Resort & Casino.
Boasting the largest casino in the entire Western United States, this outstanding resort oasis unfolds across the ancestral land of the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians – amid the vineyard-covered hills of Southern California’s charming wine country – to deliver the ultimate golf and gaming experience.
Raising the stakes by providing the utmost in excitement, extravagance and entertainment, Pechanga presents more than 200,000 square feet of thrilling gaming action complete with a 14,000-square-foot high-limit gaming area, 130 table games and more than 3,800 slot machines. Designed with player comfort in mind, the casino is equipped with a state-of-the-art air filtration system and offers extensive non-smoking areas. The AAA Four Diamond hotel perfectly complements the Four Diamond Great Oak Steakhouse and the eight other extraordinary restaurants. Unwind with relaxing treatments at Spa Pechanga and headlining acts at the acclaimed Pechanga Theater to further enhance the resort’s exhilarating experience.
However, the resort’s ace in the hole is Journey at Pechanga, an 18-hole championship course designed by award-winning golf course architects Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest. Embracing the Pechanga tribe’s deep reverence for the land, Journey follows the rise and fall of the rugged terrain as it snakes its way through the Temecula Valley’s native canyons and ravines. Ranked as one of Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play in California, this exceptional 7,219-yard track winds along a massive, boulder-strewn mountain, allowing golfers to fully experience Pechanga’s natural scenery, breathtaking panoramas and 300 feet of staggering elevation changes.
Numerous natural water features also abound on this impressive course, which add a touch of both challenge and beauty to this unique Southwestern layout.
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