With a traditional parkland layout, small greens and plenty of trees, the 18-hole Alondra Park Golf Course is a good test of golf for players of all abilities. Also known as the North Course (the South is an 18-hole par 3), this public course opened for play in 1947. It was designed by William P. Bell and William H. Johnson. With four sets of tees, this par-7 layout can play from 4,188 yards to 6,615 yards. The course has bunkers both in the fairway and around its greens, but there are no lakes or ponds to navigate. The relatively flat course is also very walker friendly with tees and greens fairly close together. Alondra Park Golf Course also offers a 41-station lighted range with mats as well as a practice bunker, chipping and pitching green and practice putting green. The property also has a golf shop, snack shop and banquet facilities in the clubhouse.