Accomplishments

Oak Valley, Riverside County
a comprehensive master planned community

Oak Valley, a master planned community, envisioned, designed and operated by Landmark in the cities of Beaumont and Calimesa, is located on 6,725 acres and includes mixed-uses of residential, commercial, business park/industrial, golf course, public and open spaces. Thousands of developable acres out of the overall Oak Valley master plan have been sold to national merchant builders such as Pulte/Del Web, Pardee Construction and Sun-Cal. Three championship golf courses are open for public play. Oak Valley Golf Club was designed and built by Landmark Golf Design and the two golf courses by Schmidt-Curley Design, Inc. are owned and operated by the Southern California Section of the PGA of America with its Section Headquarters on site with the PGA of Southern California Golf Club at Oak Valley.

The Plantation Golf Club, Indio
a unique equity-owned golf club

The Plantation is a private, member-financed, equity-owned golf club situated on what was once a productive date and citrus ranch. Landmark Golf provided the club concept and developed the membership through innovative marketing strategies, the in-house design team who worked in collaboration with PGA Tour Professional Fred Couples to create the visually striking championship golf course and the construction management. Today, The Plantation’s golf course is recognized for thousands of mature trees planted on a grid pattern, excellent playing conditions, its test of golf and the membership’s commitment to the tradition of the Game of Golf.

Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Club, Moreno Valley
a master planned primary residence community

Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Club, a 1,847 acre primary home golf community is located in one of California’s fastest growing areas and is an hour away from San Diego and Los Angeles. The golf fairways of the Pete Dye designed 27 hole championship golf course weave through many of the planned areas accommodating 4,102 residential units. The plan also includes a 300 room resort hotel, a 5,000 square foot conference center and a 57,930 square foot commercial village; set aside are 33 acres for schools and 8 acres for public parks.