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2657 Everett Freeman Way
Corning, CA  96021-9000
United States
P: (530) 528-4600
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Sevillano Links Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,813 yards

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Sevillano Links Golf Course

The 18-hole "Sevillano Links" course at the The Links At Rolling Hills Casino & Resort facility in Corning, California features 7,813 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by John Daly/Clive Clark/Michael Stark, the Sevillano Links golf course opened in 2007. Lori LaGrande manages the course as the General Manager.


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Reviewed July 09, 2015

This was my first time playing this course with a couple buddies who have been here before (course knowledge REALLY helps!). The greens were in great shape, the course overall was in great shape and beautiful. This is a links course in the middle of farm land (orchards and rice fields). There aren't a lot of trees or shade, much less a backdrop to allow you to track your ball. Again, links course. There are a lot of blind tee shots (this is where course knowledge helps) so you may lose a few of balls as I did. This course was quite challenging for my ability, but I enjoyed the challenged and found the course pretty fun. The course is pricey for what I usually play. So I would wait until there is a deal to play again.

Reviewed September 28, 2010

I live in the area and play this course often. It is easily the nicest course north of Sacremento. Be warned though this is a links style course with no trees and little water that comes in to play. It is also not in the most beautiful part of northern California. This is an area of rice fields and olive trees. Most of the previous reviews are from when the course first opened. Upkeep and staff have gotten better. I always find that the maintenance staff will stop mowing and move out of the way when they see you coming. Pro shop staff is very friendly. There are many blind tee shots on this course so sometimes what seems like a good tee shot is never found. This is a course knowledge needed course. I find that it takes most people a few rounds to like the course if they are use to the more traditional parkland course. This is a fun course but don't expect to tear it up the first time unless you play from the challenge, (6200 yard) tees. Wind can also be an issue in this area. There are no trees to block the wind, typically the wind is worse in the afternoon. I have friends that have driven up from Sacramento and the Bay area several times to play this course, all have found it more enjoyable each time. This though is not a forgiving course where you can miss all the fairways and still shoot a low score.

Reviewed October 24, 2008

well I got a chance to play this course,after reading all the negative reviews about it,so i was not expecting much when i got there.its much nicer then people make it sound on here,its link style if you don't like links style then don't play here!i do like link style courses so i was happy. I live in Oregon so it was a bit of a drive,so we got a stay and play package. we got one night stay and 2 rounds of golf for a very good price! So for as far as the course goes it was very tough to play for 1 it was blowing about 30 mph both days,there are lots of blind shots,fairways are very tight,greens were big,but few flat areas! overall I thought the course was tough,if you could play it a dozen times it would get much easier,i think the wind made it almost impossible for anyone else our group to enjoy themselves,i managed to put together a solid round of 82 on day i know 82 doesnt sound great,but in those conditions it was,all three of my playing partners struggled to keep it under 110! so to finish up, in my opinion this course is for people who have a 12 handicap or better!any higher and your asking for it!!customer service was great by the way!!

Reviewed September 28, 2008

One of the ugliest courses I have ever played. I went to their website and saw some nice pictures of the course. I expected to see some beautiful holes but basically found that I was standing in a pasture with a golf course plunked down inside of it. There wasn't a single tree to be found anywhere and a little shade would have been nice since it was so blasted hot that day. Fairly tough course. If you are not accurate with your driver (and you will be using your driver a lot) you will be shooting in pretty high. Greens were very hard and would not hold unless I was hitting a wedge. Many approach shots hit the green but ended up over the back edge.

Reviewed August 28, 2008

Played the course about a week ago. The driving range was nice but I felt the course did not meet my expectations. A lot of very wet areas as well as a lot of dry areas. The greens were ok at best. Very sparse surroundings. If you have any problems keeping the ball straight, you will probably lose a lot of balls because the scrub brush is pretty close to the fairway with not a lot of rough. Was it worth the 2+ hour drive and greens fee cost? Not really.

Reviewed August 05, 2008

mr.holman how is that orbit gum working on your dirty mouth?

Reviewed July 31, 2008

I played Sevillano today for the first time. I was anticipating quite a challenge since it is a very long course with not much rough on the sides to save my wayward shots (a lot of native plants to hide the ball instead). My experience at the course was both good as well as bad.

First thing is the practice area. I would consider it first rate. Driving range, practice green and putting green were all in excellent shape. The cart was very nice with GPS (with a very small, hard to read, screen) to help you. You might want to buy the yardage book (but the book does not give any hints on how to play the hole, just disances only).

The course overall is excellent. The tee boxes were in great shape as well as the fairways. There was a lot of mushy areas from overwatering. The greens look almost like carpet. The sand bunkers were poor at best. Very wet and hard with not much sand. I usually play sand well but all my sand shots took off as my SW bounced off the hard sand instead of going through it.

The course looks just like the links style courses from the British Open. No trees, no shade, just lots of scrub brush surrounding the fairways. Overall not the prettiest golf course I have been to.

I played the Tournament tees and found them to be the correct length for me (eventhough the starter tried in vain to convince us to play the shorter Challenge tees). My only grumbling I had about the tee length is that on the back 9, all of the par 3's were virtually the same length (168, 172, 172). I would have liked to see some more variety.

There are a lot of huge doglegs and blind shots. So watch out on a busy day, I can forsee it being a little dangerous as golfers try to cut those corners and might be be shooting right into you.

My biggest complaint about this course was the lack of care and consideration by the staff. I teed off at 6:50 am (prime time). Starting at the 2nd green, a maintenance worker was mowing the outside strip of the green. Even as we were putting, he kept the mower running on the side of the green. As we left the green to go to the next, we saw this same worker do the same thing at the 3rd green. He would start mowing the outside strip for the greens everytime we approached. This happened on the 4th, 5th, 6th greens. I finally called the proshop on the 7th green to ask them to stop the mowing. A little peace and quiet is what I expect at a golf course, not the constant sound of lawn mowers right next to the green. When I went to the proshop to tell them of my experience with the lawn mowers and noise, they apologized but did not seem too concerned. In fact, one employee asked me "Well, when should we mow the grass anyways?". That discussion left a very bad taste in my mouth.

Sevillano is overall a great course. I probably will never return since it takes 2 hours to get there from Sacramento and it is staffed by employees who really are not concerned about their customer's enjoyment or experience.

Reviewed December 06, 2007

This course proviedes a complete challenge to all levels of the game. What it lacks in scenery it makes up for in sevice and quality. Be warned, there are numerous blind spots on most holes and the 18th hole is a six hundred yard par 5 from almost all five of the tees.
The sand traps are a little to shallow and thus provide a very unpredictable lie. On the upside the greans are very large and the course is well mantained.
Bring several sleeves of balls and be prepared to lose them all, your bag may be lighter and your ego brused but by the next weakend you'll be wanting to play it again.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Nickie P. N/A 68 68 06/09/13
2 Jeff D. 12 83 71 07/11/08
3 Rolland H. 24 98 74 07/25/08
4 jim S. 17 92 75 01/01/16
5 shawn D. 7 84 77 10/12/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
4 jim S. 17 92 75 01/01/16

Golf Course Information

About The Links At Rolling Hills Casino & Resort, Sevillano Links

The Links At Rolling Hills Casino & Resort

Resort facility

6 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Lori LaGrande, General Manager
Ron Kuwata, Golf Professional
Zach Barrington, Superintendent