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
Looking for a challenging round of golf near Corona, California? Look no further than Dos Lagos Golf Club. Located at 4507 Cabot Dr. just off Interstate 15 (Corona Freeway) is sure to be your new favorite golf course. If the golf doesn’t stimulate your senses – I’m not sure why it wouldn’t – the beautiful surroundings will: panoramic views of the Cleveland National forest and Inland Empire abound at every turn. And if great golf and spectacular views weren’t enough, Dos Lagos Golf Course offers a fully-stocked pro shop for all your golf needs. Need a break to refuel? The Dos Bar and Grill has you covered with some of Southern California’s best food including their famous half-pound Dos Lagos Dog dressed to your tastes. For golf, a good time, and much more, get to Dos Lagos Golf Course today.
The combination of homemade thin-crust dough, house-made sauce, and eclectic ingredients helped net Oggi’s Pizza & Brewing Co. a gig as the official pizza for the Anaheim Ducks. At the chain's more than 15 locations, much more than pizza is served: the extensive menu brims with crisp salads, pastas, burgers, sandwiches, and wings. Additionally, Oggi’s brews its own beer, serving libations as fresh as laps from the vat and winning the title of Champion Small Brewing Company at the World Beer Cup in 2004. In between swigs of beer, patrons can catch sports games or competitive news broadcasts on one of the eatery's flat-screen TVs.
The Golf Club at Glen Ivy in Corona, California offers picturesque views of the Cleveland National Forest. It’s amazing views are equal to the challenge of a par 72 course which ensures memories for all players that step on the course. Golf instruction is available for players of all caliber to attain that extra edge on the green while soaking up the California sunshine. The Golf Club at Glen Ivy doesn’t stop there, feel free to enjoy a cocktail and great food in the Canyon’s Grille. The Canyon’s Grille offers an extensive menu as creative as the scenery on the course. Have some fun on the course, then sit back, relax, and enjoy your friends and family at The Golf Club at Glen Ivy.
Comedians Bob Perkell and Jeff Capri met through an act of deceit. When Perkell was gearing up for one of his first productions on the other side of the curtain, Capri called him to get a booking for one of the comedians he said he managed: Jeff Capri. But the charade didn't last long: the show was a success, Capri revealed his real identity, and, eventually, the two channeled their teamwork into a comedy club of their own. During Surf City’s shows, guests can order from a list of sweet, wine-centric cocktails and two dozen beers, including taps of Fat Tire and Shock Top.
Situated in the Prado Basin, Raahauge's Shooting Enterprises is bordered on all sides by national forest, hills, and mountains. On its widely varied ranges, visitors take aim at targets ranging from stationary bull's-eyes to airborne clay pigeons and other clay targets during Raahauge's Golf with a Shotgun exercise. Costumed members of the Cowboy Action Shooting Club add color to the proceedings once a month, when they meet to test their marksmanship amidst the frontier façades of an Old-West-themed rifle range.