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6555 Pine Ave
Chino, CA  91708-9163
United States
P: (909) 597-1751
F: (909) 393-5061
Chino Creek Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,671 yards | 119 slope

71.5 rating | Bermuda grass

Chino Creek Golf Course

The 18-hole "Chino Creek" course at the El Prado Golf Course facility in Chino, California features 6,671 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72.The course rating is 71.5 and it has a slope rating of 119 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Harry Rainville, the Chino Creek golf course opened in 1976. Kevin Knutson manages the course as the General Manager.

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Reviewed June 19, 2018

Beverages Available Challenging Food Available Friendly Staff Good For Beginners Great Deal Pro Shop Putting Green Quick Pace Scenic Spikes Ok
Reviewed May 20, 2012

Yesterday my 4 friends and I had a tee time for 7:09am. When we paid they told us that they no longer let 5some play, stating that they play too slow . Now this is the golf course that will allow 20 handicaps play from the blues. They have no Marshall on the course to speed things up. Now I understand that the purest of golf say you must walk the course to truly enjoy the game. But on Saturday morning you have 4 walkers, average age 62, with 18 handicaps ( they were playing from the whites, thank god ). After nine holes they were two, yes two, holes behind, literaly not a person in site in front of them. Oh yea did I mention we, the five of us, are a 11 or lower. Let me just say if you want to speed things up, really speed things up, pay attention to what's going on around you. Limit you walkers or let them go off after 10 . Do not just stand behind a counter and bark makes you look uninformed and bullish. So my advice to the serious group of golfers, find another course to play.

Reviewed July 10, 2011

Reviewed August 02, 2008

Make sure to wear sunglasses or some eye protection cause the gnats are crazy!

Reviewed July 29, 2008

The reviewer who complains about smell and flies has not played at Prado for a long time. The dairies that used to surround the course have all left, and now Prado is in the midst of both residential and commercial development. This course still has among the best green conditions in the area. It is a great value course.

Reviewed February 20, 2008

Are we talking about the same golf course guys? Stuck in cow land with the great smell. Are you guys kidding me? How could this make it to the Top 100 courses? Please...let's be honest. Too many flies!!! Never again will I play here.

Reviewed August 26, 2007

This is a fairly well put together course with good variation on the types of holes played. Some holes have major water hazards(lakes)and others have meandering streams. There are some very short par 3's as well as some lengthy par 4's and some tricky par 5's. There is also a good balance of uphill and downhill holes. Very few holes are flat tee to green.I played this course at twilight fees ($19.00 walking or $26.00 with a cart). Twilight rates start at 3:00pm during the summer which is plenty of time to get around all 18 holes as long as you aren't stuck behind a slow group. Overall, I haven't played too many courses in the area yet but this is about the best I've played in the Inland Empire to date.

Reviewed June 04, 2007

Decent course for the money

Good practice area. Pitching area is about 60 yards long. you can hit all day there. Numerous putting greens. Grass driving range. Course condition is adequate. Fairways are in good shape. Rough has lots of gopher holes. Greens are in great condition. Very receptive and rolls pretty true, a bit on the slow side though. Some bunkers are hard dirt. There's no blasting out of these it more like chipping. Overall a decent value. Not terribly hard or easy. I'm a 16 handicap that play consistantly to my handicap.

Reviewed March 29, 2007

First time ever

Well today was my first time ever on the greens, so i guess i dont know to much about different courses but i liked this one very well. I shot a 120 which i guess isnt bad for a first timer.

Reviewed December 02, 2006


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  • Overall
  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 jeffrey D. N/A 19 19 04/18/08
2 Seth H. N/A 52 52 01/03/09
3 mike M. 15 81 66 04/02/09
4 Seth H. N/A 68 68 01/03/09
5 K S. 22 92 70 08/02/09
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
16 A E. 23 98 74 06/18/18
50 Scott T. 8 96 88 05/21/14
43 Scott T. 8 91 83 05/20/14
38 Cal P. 3 83 80 03/07/14
53 Jeff C. N/A 89 89 02/13/14

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About El Prado, Chino Creek

El Prado Golf Course

Golf Only facility

40 tees driving range

36 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Kevin Knutson, General Manager
Rick Hunter, PGA, Golf Professional
Nick Koning, Superintendent
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