Resort Development


Clearview and its affiliates have owned and operated 5 golf courses. Most were developed as an amenity to a residential or resort land development project. The 36 hole Landmark Golf Club in Indio, California was developed to enhance its resort lifestyle real estate project, including a hotel site and clustered residential. This project hosted the nationally televised "Skins Game" for four years.

The 18 hole Oak Quarry golf course was developed as a high end daily fee course in Riverside, California. Both of these projects were designed by Schmidt-Curley and constructed in a partnership with the Landmark Golf Company.

Clearview, as general partner of a related entity, owned and operated the 18 hole Oak Valley Golf Club in Beaumont California.

Clearview also as general partner of a related entity owned and operated and redeveloped the 18 hole Angel Fire Resort golf course in Angel Fire New Mexico.