Golf at San Dimas
Opened in 1964 and designed by course architect Dan Murray to integrate each hole into the natural terrain and seclusion of the surrounding landscape, the San Dimas Canyon Golf Course offers a challenge to players of all skill levels. At 6,400 yards from the tips, the course consists of five par 3’s (three of which play over 200 yards) and five par 5’s that are reachable in two shots, but don’t let this fool you—there is a large amount of risk/reward associated with these holes. Our tree-lined, kikuyu grass fairways require a well-placed drive to have a shot at the green, which is where the real challenge lies. The poanna greens are gently undulated, and the hillside slopes greatly influence the roll of the ball. Our signature sixteenth hole is a 178-yard par 3 that plays downhill to a green protected by water in the front and three bunkers. Our facilities offer full amenities including a driving range, two putting greens, and GPS-equipped golf carts.