The award-winning Dos Lagos Golf Course is a must-play in the Inland Empire. Designed by the late Matt Dye of the famous Dye family of architects, the course is set alongside the Temescal Valley River in the shadows of the Cleveland National Forest. Located 45 minutes from Los Angeles in South Corona, the 2019 Touchstone Golf Course of the Year plays 6,544 yards from the back tees. The par-70 layout, however, has three other sets, starting at 4,656 yards, making it playable by all levels of golfers. The golf course features elevated tees as well as elevated greens. There are a couple of lakes to navigate ("Dos Lagos" is Spanish for "Two Lakes") strategically placed bunkers, and large, undulating greens. The front nine is a par-34 with just one par 5, the 540-yard fourth, but it is the course's no. 1 handicap hole. There are also three par 3s on the front nine, including the fifth, which plays around 200 yards from the back tee. The par-36 back nine is probably the tougher half of Dos Lagos with a challenging finishing stretch that plays around the second lake on the course. Besides the golf course, Dos Lagos offers a driving range, short-game area and practice putting green. The facility got a beautiful Spanish-style clubhouse in 2015, where you will find a well-stocked golf shop with the latest in apparel, accessories and equipment. It's also where you'll find the magnificent Arroyo Room for special events as well as Dos Lagos' Bar & Grille, open every day.