Dos Lagos Golf Club
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4507 Cabot Dr
Corona, CA 92883-4620, United States
Matthew E. Dye (of the famed Dye family of golf architects) designed this 18-hole daily-fee course, which is located in a residential development in northwestern Riverside County, outside Los Angeles. Although it has a pronounced parkland fee, plenty of mounds, hills, and restored waterways keep things interesting here.
Rates vary by season and are posted on the club's web site.
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Sergioj - 3/9/17
No Driving Range, so warm up at Eagle Glen across the freeway or another nearby course before you get there. The course was dangerously designed, meaning lots of blind layup & approach shots & with the fairways stacked next to each other a slice or a pull often ends up on other fairways or tee boxes & since you can't see them there's no way of warning other players (not that I hit any slices, I'm just saying). Play at your own risk. Only play if you get a great deal otherwise not worth it.
Duke of Hazards - 4/7/13
paid $25 w/ a coupon. like others said, the facilities are a bit meager, no practice areas. the course layout is actually really interesting, with the exposed and windy back 9 playing much different than the front. almost every hole is memorable. great course design. conditions were good. pace was okay until we stuck behind a slow foursome on back 9.
eltoro22 - 8/2/12
If you play earlier enough during the week you can get some great deals on green fees. You have to see their $5 hotdog to believe it. Early tee times means an under 5 hour round at this course.
parrman - 3/27/12
ok course but for 29.00 a great course
Kesone Sanasinh - 11/2/11
nice female cashier
Mattbdxl - 10/27/09
They need to fire the starter. Being a resident of this course I have been hearing some bad things about the staff. I didn't believe it tell last week! Maybe I will just go and play Trilogy and Eagle Glen from now on. Sad.
AZHalvy - 2/22/09
Honestly, I was disappointed. Green fees were $59.00 and the faciities are terrible. The starter is in a trailer, all the restrooms are porta-a-potties. No clubhouse. The grass was brown but the greens were in good shape. Overall, for the money it was not worth it. Many other courses I would rather play for the money. Oh, and it too almost 6 hours to play 18.
elukeano - 1/6/08
A bit too pricey for a course that has not fully developed. Scenery is great, course design is challenging, and greens are great. Only drawback; no driving or putting range and fairways aren't even throughout the course.
GripItandRipIt - 10/23/15
ALGERNON - 5/28/13
Best Score: 68