TEMECULA, Calif. – (October 2, 2018) – A favorite golf course for many links enthusiasts, Journey at Pechanga, will be celebrating its 10th anniversary November 1-4. To commemorate the 10-year mark, Journey hosts a four-day celebration including a hole-in-one contest open to all golfers. An ace in the hole scores a lucky golfer the $50,000 prize. Journey at Pechanga also offers golfers and guests an unforgettable weekend filled with reduced rate golf rounds, delectable food and drink specials and commemorative memorabilia.

Thursday, November 1, and Friday, November 2, guests can hit the course for $79 any time of day. Saturday, November 3, and Sunday, November, 4, the daily rate is $99 per person. The four-day event will also feature a hole-in-one contest with an opportunity to win $50,000 each day. Golfers who want to take in more of Pechanga can stay through the weekend with the Journey Fore You hotel package. It offers AAA Four Diamond accommodations, practice facility privileges, a Journey welcome amenity and a golf view room. Rates start at $309 during the November 1 through 4 timeframe.

Golfers are bound to get hungry during their round so Journey’s End, the acclaimed restaurant inside the golf course club house, will be offering two dining specials to satisfy their appetites. A continental breakfast is available for those golfing November 1-3 for $14.99 and a Sunday brunch buffet is available to those golfing November 4 for $29.99. Sunday brunch includes choices of seafood, assorted breakfast pastries, seasonal fruit, an omelet station, traditional breakfast and lunch entrees, a carving station, and desserts. In addition to food specials, Journey’s End shakes up their cocktail scene with two new 10th anniversary golf cocktails. First, the Azalea Cocktail, the signature cocktail of the Masters golf tournament, features a light and refreshing blend of citrus, pineapple juice, gin, and grenadine. Second, the John Daly, a recognizable classic adding vodka into the sweet and refreshing blend of lemon and iced tea. Signature cocktails will be served at Journey’s End throughout the month of November for $7. One dollar from every signature cocktail purchased will be donated to Make-A-Wish® Orange County and the Inland Empire.

Journey was one of only three golf courses in the country to open in 2008, the height of the Great Recession. Ten years later, Journey is one of the top golf facilities in all of California serving tens of thousands of golf rounds annually and dispensing 1,635,200 range balls each year. The par 72, 7,219-yard Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest-designed championship facility allows for soaring drives and maneuverable approach shots to the greens, though players need to use strategy as much as skill to avoid trouble that comes in the form of majestic water features, venerable oak trees that shape the fairways and natural habitat for indigenous wildlife. Part of the mission at Journey at Pechanga is to protect the native plants and wildlife to honor ancestors and preserve them for future generations to enjoy.

Although opened in 2008, Journey is actually considered 10,000 years in the making by the Luiseño people. The name comes from the Luiseño word “pomniv,” meaning “the path that was once traveled.” Each hole bears a Luiseño name that speaks to landmarks, animals or terrain features found in that particular area of the course.

To book a tee time at Journey or book a stay at Pechanga please visit www.pechanga.com, or call (877) 711-2946.