If you're looking for a fun course and classic design that won't beat you up, Alhambra Golf Course is a great choice. This William F. Bell designed par-71 layout is only 5,478 yards from the back tees, so you don't have to be a long hitter to have success here. Three other sets of the tees on the course, which opened in 1956, mean it's friendly for seniors, juniors and shorter hitters as well. If you're a good player, you might be thinking, "How low can I go?" But this course is certainly not without its challenges. You still have to play solid golf and make good decisions, but there are many opportunities to score with the par 5s being fairly reachable in two for longer hitters and some shorter par 4s that can set players up for birdies. There are plenty of trees on this parkland layout as well as a couple of lakes that come into play, and a few green side bunkers. There are also five par 3s on the course, ranging from 134 yards to 192 yards. In addition to the golf course, Alhambra also offers a lighted driving practice facility that includes a driving range, short-game area, and practice putting green. The award-winning golf shop has all the latest apparel, accessories and equipment, and it even offers on-the-spot regrouping service. And finally, the Almansor Grill in the clubhouse serves classic American fare for breakfast and lunch, including omelettes, French toast, club sandwiches, tuna melts and more.