Cresta Verde Golf Course was originally founded in 1927 as Parkridge Country Club by Randolph Scott, one of Hollywood 's greatest and most popular "spaghetti" western stars. Actors such as Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Burt Lancaster and Clark Gable were known to frequent Cresta Verde Golf Course, turning Cresta Verde into a getaway for the Hollywood elite. Celebrating our 80th Anniversary in 2007, Cresta Verde Golf Course is listed as one of America 's 500 oldest courses. With the tremendous growth of the Inland Empire , it now sits right in the middle of the "hustle and bustle", at the intersection of the 91 and 15 freeways. Cresta Verde is well known as one of Southern California 's best valued courses, and is frequented today by golfers of all ages and various skill levels. This par 70 course has its share of challenging holes from moderate elevation changes to its 6,065 yard length from the back tees. The course rating is 69.0 and the slope rating stands at 123. Our golf club is designed for every player with six relatively easy holes, six fun holes, and six holes that are world class tough!