Surrounded by rugged hills and grassy parkland in a rural Escondido setting, the new Reidy Creek Golf Course is a unique addition to San Diego County`s golf scene. The challenging, par-54 executive course measures 2,621 yards from the back tees, but golfers will quickly learn that these are not your typical par-three holes. The 18 holes play through a natural valley, providing the course with a rolling terrain that ensures no two holes are alike, something rarely found on an executive course. Fairways follow the naturally undulating landscape while the course`s greens are protected by water features and dramatically sculpted bunkers. The result is a distinctive course with an array of challenges requiring exact shot making for lower scores. Reidy Creek is owned by the City of Escondido and managed by JC Golf, known for providing golfers with dedicated personal service. The course was designed by Cal Olson Golf Architecture, designers of courses such as Coyote Hills in Fullerton, California, and Southridge in Yuba City, California, that present golfers with thoughtful, strategic challenges.