Colton Golf Club

1901 W Valley Blvd
Colton, CA 92324-1811
(909) 877-1712
www.golflink.com/golf-courses/course.aspx?course=110545

THE COURSE

Colton Golf Club is an 18 hole course located in Colton, California. It is an executive length golf course with a par of 57. The course covers around 3,108 yards. The greens are beautiful, and the fairways are lined with trees. There are a few lakes that add to the beauty of the course as well as being water hazards that can make your game challenging, but it is also a great course for beginners as well. Players of all levels will enjoy this beautiful golf course, at rates that cannot be beat. The course has a rating of 54.2 and a slope rating of 82. The course has fifteen par 3 holes and three par 4 holes.

You can visit the golflink.com website or https://www.facebook.com/pages/Colton-Golf-Club/199601976751992 to view more information about the course. You can find up to date information on current rates and discounts as well as special events that take place throughout the year. The friendly staff will help you with all of your golfing needs during your visit. The facebook page also has some pictures that you can view of the course to see what it looks like. You can also find the scorecard online so you know what to expect from each of the 18 holes.

GREEN FEES

You can book your tee times today by calling the club or on the internet. You can purchase your green fees by going to http://www.click4teetimes.com/Colton-Golf-Club today. You will receive a discount for signing up on the website, up to 50% off. Rental carts are included in the fees. Discount prices are given up to seven days in advance, and you can also find out about special offers by visiting the course’s facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Colton-Golf-Club/199601976751992

  • Weekdays — $18.00
  • Weekends — $18.00

AMENITIES

Colton Golf Club has a driving range where you can go to practice anytime you like. The course is lighted, and it is open until 7:00 PM. You can come practice during a short lunch break or after a long day at the office. If you like to golf, but don’t want to take a long time to play a round of golf, you can use the 20 tee driving range to relax, whether you live in the area or if you are visiting. The driving range is also the perfect place to warm up before stepping onto the greens for your round of golf.

You will be able to relax and enjoy golfing at Colton Golf Club without getting too tired because there are rental carts available. No golf course is complete without the availability of golf carts. The last thing that you want to worry about is getting tired from carrying your clubs around with you on the course. The rental carts are included in the green fees, so you can enjoy this luxury without needing to pay anything additional. The course has paths that will take you to each hole. You will be able to save your energy for the course by not wasting your energy walking to hole from hole.

TOURNAMENTS AND SPECIALS

You can find special prices for green fees throughout the year on the course’s Facebook page. They offer discounts for morning rates, special weekends, and combo deals for use on the driving range and the 18 hole golf course.

There are a few tournaments throughout the year that the club hosts. You can find out when there will be a tournament by keeping an eye on their facebook page. The course also has special events where you can meet PGA Players that have won special tournaments.

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