Victoria Club is located within the Tequesquite Arroyo and rests on approximately 130 acres of land. While the club was incorporated in October of 1903, it was actually the result of the members of the Riverside Polo and Golf Club (1896) wanting a premier country club at which to play. The club is therefore considered a founding member of the Southern California Golf Association (1899). Charles Maud, the first president of the SCGA, laid out the original nine holes. Walter Fovarque was the course architect when a full eighteen holes was opened in 1920, and Max Behr re-designed the course in 1923. Behr's effort was lauded by golf course architect George Thomas in his book, Golf Architecture in America. Behr's design today is complimented by a picturesque setting amidst large Italian Stone Pines, California Peppers and large Oak trees.

In 2005 the members added many new improvements to the course's infrastructure. The Victoria Lakes were built between holes 12 and 17 to hold a seven million gallon irrigation reservoir and a new state of the art Toro irrigation system was installed to supply water to the course. Looking to improve Victoria's water source, a new well was drilled and a new pump installed which can deliver up to 1.5 million gallons of water to Victoria Lakes over a 24-hour period. The creek running through the golf course was stablized by installing fourteen check dams with gabion bank structures to prevent erosion and maintain the beautiful eco-system existing within the Arroyo. New cart paths compliment these improvements.

The course has hosted such premier events as U.S. Open qualifying, U.S. Amateur, Mid-Amateur and Senior Amateur qualifying, Southern California Amateur and Mid-Amateur qualifying. In 2007, Victoria Club will host the Southern California Amateur Championship.


The Greens primarily consist of 85-90% Poa-Annua and 10-15% Bent Grass (120,000 SF).

The tees are a multi-stand consisting of Hybrid Bermuda/Overseeded with Ryegrass in the winter (3 acres).

The Fairways are also a multi-stand consisting of Hybrid Tiffway II Bermuda and common varieties known as Santa Anna, Mid-Iron and Arizona Common (25 acres).

Roughs, Green Surrounds, Tee Surrounds, Practice Range, these areas are made up of mostly Common Bermuda, Poa-Anna under trees and Ryegrass sprinkled throughout shaded areas of the course (102 acres).

Bunkers - the course has 50 Greenside Bunkers and 5 Fairway Bunkers.

Trees - the course has approximately 1,400 trees and over 60 varieties.

Our normal overseeding schedule is completed by late summer/early fall (September/October) All areas except Fairways are seeded (102 acres).

Course Details

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