The only "executive" course in the Sacramento area, Antelope Greens Golf Course is highly rated layout suitable for all levels of players. Opened in 1994 and designed by Don Reiners, the course has 14 par 3s and four par 4s. The par-58 course has three sets of tees, playing from 2,546 yards to 3,250 yards. The longest hole is the eighth, a 355-yard par 4, which is followed by another par 4. The signature hole might be the par-3 seventh, which features an island green. Another short par 3 plays downhill to a green surrounded by bunkers and a creek. The longest par 3 on the course is the 200-yard 17th hole, which is the no. 3 handicap hole. The no. 1 handicap hole is the 190-yard 14th hole. Antelope Greens Golf Course also offers an all-grass driving range. Inside the clubhouse is a golf shop and restaurant that offers typical golf course fare.