One of the better values in Southern California, El Prado Golf Course offers layouts that are playable, easily walkable and enjoyable. One of two 18-hole layouts at this popular public facility, the Chino Creek Course is probably the more challenging of the two. With three sets of tees starting at just over 5,500 yards, the par-72 course can be stretched to well over 6,800 yards for longer hitters. The course was designed by Harry and David Rainville and opened in 1976. Creeks and ponds come into play a couple of times on this parkland layout, which also features mature hardwood trees. The two par 5s on the back nine are just over 500 yards from the back tees and can be reached in two shots by longer hitters. The no. 1 handicap hole, however, the ninth, is more than 550 yards, and has a narrow, tree-lined fairway. The greens are small and many are protected by sand and thick Kikuyu rough.?The par-3 holes are all in the 170-180 yard range. The other course of the two layouts is the shorter Butterfield Stage Course, which plays around 6,500 yards from the tips. Greens on this course are also and there are plenty of bunkers on this "second shot" course, which opened in 1976 and was also designed by the Rainvilles. Besides 36 holes of golf, El Prado Golf Course also offers practice facilities that include a driving range, practice bunkers, chipping green and putting green. The clubhouse includes a golf shop as well as a restaurant for food and beverages. The clubhouse is also available for weddings and special events.