Golf in Corona

Up to 60% Off Golf Lessons at The Links at Summerly Golf Course

The Links at Summerly Golf Course

Multiple Locations

$75 $35

Lessons from PGA Class A professional Scott Marson on a Scottish-style course nestled between Lake Elsinore and the Ortega Mountains

Up to 58% Off Private Golf Lessons

Just Golf Lessons

Jurupa

$68 $30

Golf instructors use advanced data in real-time to breakdown mechanics and develop consistent, reliable swings

Up to 67% Off Private Golf Lessons

Southern California Golf Schools

Jurupa Hills Country Club

$100 $39

Experienced instructor helps golfers perfect their swing during 60-minute lessons

Up to 47% Off Golf for Two or Four

El Prado Golf Course

Chino

$112 $59

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Two 18-hole, par-72 courses designed by Harry and David Rainville strike a balance between wide open fairways and forested stretches

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Royal Vista Golf Club

Multiple Locations

$160 $99

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Rounds of golf with cart on a pair of picturesque courses marked by rolling fairways and majestic mountain backdrops

42% Off at Empire Lakes Golf Course

Empire Lakes Golf Course

Rancho Cucamonga

$172 $99

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Play a sprawling 18-hole course designed by Arnold Palmer and replete with his emphasis on shot-shaping, then hit balls on a lighted range

Up to 51% Off at Golf Studio

Golf Studio

Pomona

$50 $25

Simulator lets golfers hit shots across the virtual greens of 83 different courses; USTGF-certified instructors hone skills during lessons

Up to 74% Off Private Golf Instruction

Golf Equation Swing Academy

Lake Forest

$375 $97

PGA teaching professional helps golfers improve their swings and hit balls more accurately

Up to 46% Off Golf with Range Balls at Colton Golf Club

Colton Golf Club

Rialto

$63.50 $35

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Illuminated 3,108-yard course hosts daytime and evening rounds on a beginner-friendly layout with 15 par-threes and 3 par-fours

Up to 55% Off at Gold Coast Golf Academy

Gold Coast Golf Academy

Oak Creek Golf Club

$120 $59

PGA-certified pro with collegiate and tour experience helps golfers improve their games with the help of video swing analysis

Half Off One or Three 30-Minute Golf Lessons at Jay Lim Golf Academy

Jay Lim Golf Academy

Fullerton

$40 $20

Golf lessons from expert Jay Lim include before and after pictures, video swing analysis, demonstrations, and customized tips

53% Off Golf-Swing Analysis

Golf Swing Prescription

Mission Viejo

$125 $59

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Class-A PGA golf instructors help perfect swings with computerized analytics, cameras, and simulators

Up to 57% Off Golf Lessons from John Lepak

John Lepak Golf Lessons

Multiple Locations

$80 $39

Instructor, who appeared on Golf Channel’s Big Break, oversees academy with 6,000-square-foot putting green and 16 tee boxes

Up to 50% Off at North Golf Course

North Golf Course

Sun City

$78 $39

Relatively short course features 11 par 3s and 7 par 4s, allowing golfers to hone their accuracy and short-game skills

Up to 53% Off at David L. Baker Memorial Golf Center

David L. Baker Memorial Golf Center

Fountain Valley

$80.50 $39

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Executive course makes up for shorter distance with water on 10 holes; overhead lights allow for nighttime play

Up to 50% Off Golf Lessons from Mark Boselo, PGA

Mark Boselo, PGA

Costa Mesa

$130 $65

PGA-certified professional Mark Boselo imparts golf tips with the help of video swing analysis

54% Off Kids’ Golf Lessons at Tiny Tees Golf

Tiny Tees Golf

Multiple Locations

$129 $59

In four weekly group lessons, youngsters learn golf basics and foster overall coordination in a fun environment

Meadowlark Golf Club – Up to 47% Off

Meadowlark Golf Club

Huntington Beach

$82 $50

5,568 yards of contoured fairways and water hazards have challenged golfers since 1922

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A 200-foot downhill tee shot opens Champions Club at the Retreat, rendering the 485-yard, par 5 first hole reachable in two strokes. Such elevational considerations color play throughout the 18-hole course, cradled as it is within the Temescal Valley's undulating canyons adjacent to the Cleveland National Forest. Bermuda grass fairways slink through the rocky outcroppings and low-lying brush, corralling foursomes onto smooth greens of bent grass. Yet despite its imposing appearance, a major renovation in 2011 tempered the course's difficulty a tad, eliminating some of the more punishing aspects of the course such as 16 bunkers.

Anchoring every round is the 25,000-square-foot clubhouse. Done up in a Tuscan theme and accessorized with trickling fountains and golden sunshine, the structure immerses visitors in creature comforts before they tee up. Players can stop for post-round drinks or fuel up for a round with pub-style eats on the grand patio, which overlooks the 9th and 18th greens.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course
  • Total length of 6,765 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 73.9 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 145 from the back tees
  • Four sets of tees per hole
  • Scorecard
8007 Softwinds Drive
Corona,
CA
US

The beautifully manicured golf course at Hidden Valley carefully incorporates the existing flora, streambeds, and outcropped rocks into its 6,860 yards of dimpled ball habitat, making players of every skill level feel as if they're teeing off in an unspoiled national park. A GPS-enabled cart will keep you from accidentally driving onto the Autobahn as you journey through a pleasantly challenging round of recreational golf (up to a $67 value, cart included). To warm up wrists before the game, guests can flick through a large bucket of balls on the practice green ($10), and once the 18th green has been conquered and purged of its mini-dragon guardians, it's off to the Villa Amalfi Ristorante to refuel. Sip on coffee, tea, or soda, and choose one food item from the breakfast or lunch menu, which includes tasty breakfast burritos ($6.95), mushroom-swiss burgers ($7.95), fried-chicken salad ($10.95), and more (up to $17.95 value). Customers also get their choice of either a hat ($20) or a golf shirt ($65), giving them a change of clothes when their astronaut suit is being dry-cleaned.

10 Clubhouse Dr
Norco,
CA
US

For more than 30 years, Southern California Golf Schools' professional golfers and teachers have been passing their club-swinging tutelage on to golfers of all ages. The director of the golf school's operations, Steve Bean, started his teaching career in the early 80s and went on to teach alongside such golf luminaries as Derek Hardy and Hank Haney, who was Tiger Woods' swing coach and shadow-puppet partner. Bean has been a golf pro for several country clubs, has worked as a custom fitter for Titleist, and has owned multiple golf schools in San Diego and Las Vegas since 2011. In 2010, he was named the teacher of the year by the Professional Golf Teachers & Coaches Association of America.

6161 Moraga Ave
Riverside,
CA
US

El Prado Golf Course is actually a pair of 18-hole golf courses, Chino Creek and Butterfield Stage. Though remarkably similar in the way they balance wide open fairways and forested stretches, they differ slightly in length and age—just like their architects, father-and-son team Harry and David Rainville. Rather than place fruit baskets around their course as their first names would imply, the Rainville design team drew up layouts that let newer golfers enjoy the game while their more skilled counterparts lean on touch and control to avoid frequent sand and water hazards. Located just east of Chino Hills National Park, the courses also frequently host visitors such as coyotes, Red Tail Hawks, and Canadian geese that wander onto the property.

Chino Creek Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-72 course
  • Total length of 6,850 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 124 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 72 from the back tees
  • Three sets of tees per hole

Butterfield Stage Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-72 course
  • Total length of 6,568 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 121 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 70.9 from the back tees
  • Three sets of tees per hole
6555 Pine Ave.
Chino,
CA
US

Nestled just south of Mount Baldy and national forests sits the 18-hole championship course at Upland Hills Country Club, designed by David A. Rainville. Players putt and drive around water hazards and palm trees that have been providing coconut golf balls at the course for nearly 30 years. The course’s 6th and 13th holes sprawl over 539 and 475 yards, respectively, earning them each a par 5. After swinging through the course, golfers can drop in at the restaurant and bar for refreshments, schedule a lesson, or visit the pro shop to replace the golf glove they ruined by bedazzling it for a Michael Jackson impersonation. Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-70 course
  • Length of 5,902 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 68.6 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 121 from the farthest tees
1231 E 16th St
Upland,
CA
US

Fountains whisper to themselves amid low emerald hillocks. Groups of golfers confer over tees at the ninth hole, where the fairway drops off to the left, into the cool mirror of a small lake. Architect Ted Robinson, who has designed more than 170 courses, draws heavily on the many uses of water in his creations. With mountains spearing the horizon in the distance, golfers cut beneath swaying palm trees. The scents of grilling burgers drift down from the clubhouse, and during Sunday-morning brunches, champagne glasses clink occasionally like a shy xylophonist.

16600 Clubhouse Dr
Fontana,
CA
US