Eagle Glen Golf Club, in Corona, California – about an hour east of Los Angeles – boasts one of the finest golf courses in the region. It's known for its dramatic views and its test to all golfers, from the beginner up to the touring professional, with elevation changes of up to 400 feet and some of the most challenging greens in Southern California.
Renowned architect Gary Roger Baird designed the golf course, which winds through the Cleveland National Forest and parts of the Eagle Glen Community. From the 9th hole, there are views of the San Jacinto, San Bernardino and San Gregornio mountain ranges. The course, with four sets of tees, can range from 4,998 yards to 6,930 yards. It's home to many professional and amateur golf tournaments, including the USGA Mid-Am Qualifying, the Pepsi Tour, the Challenge Tour, the West Coast Ladies Golf Tour, The Gateway Tour, and local PGA Southern California section events.