Laid out among the rolling hills of San Bernardino, Shandin Hills Golf Club is a solid daily fee facility known for its playable golf course and quality amenities. The par 72 course, which opened in 1985 and was designed by Cary Bickler, has three sets of tees, ranging from 5,592 yards to 6,517 yards. It features a variety of holes with greens that are well guarded by bunkers. Water also comes into play, most notably on the 380-yard ninth where there's a pond along the right side of the green and on the 165-yard par-3 15th, which is mostly carry over water. Shandin Hills also offers an expansive practice facility that includes a full range, large putting green and chipping green that includes a practice bunker. Inside the clubhouse, guests can enjoy panoramic views of the golf course and surrounding mountains while they dine on regional specialties prepared by the culinary team.