16600 Clubhouse Dr
Fontana, CA  92336-5138
United States
P: (909) 350-2500
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Sierra Lakes Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,805 yards | 125 slope

73.0 rating | Bermuda grass

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The 18-hole "Sierra Lakes" course at the Sierra Lakes Golf Club facility in Fontana, California features 6,805 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.0 and it has a slope rating of 125 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Ted Robinson, ASGCA, the Sierra Lakes golf course opened in 2000. Donovan Bros. Golf, LLC manages this facility, with Rick Danruther, PGA as the General Manager, Instructor.

Sierra Lakes Golf Course Scorecard

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Reviewed April 14, 2013

I've played this course five or six times now. Pace of play has been bad only twice (I play only on weekdays), and one of those times it was an @$!*% in my own group, who refused either the marshal's or his playing partners' directions to either pick up the pace or let others play through, so not much you can do there. It's true that some fairways are wide, but others are narrow, and if you miss, you're dead, embedded in the hills that come down from the houses. The first time I played, the greens were extremely fast, but they've seemed normal since then so maybe that day was a fluke. Even so, if you don't get to the correct portion of the green, two-putting can be difficult. The staff have been polite to me. Sometimes it can get VERY windy, in which case prepare for a battle. Decent value overall, and better maintained than many lower-end courses.

Reviewed May 14, 2011

Sierra Lakes is a very challenging course.I have to disagree with the person that said 50percent of the homes are empty or abandoned. There are empty homes but no more or less than any other community. Absolutely great condition and difficult to play. They do have a tendency to stack up the players.I have yet to finish a round that started at 3 pm due to the player log jam .

Reviewed March 31, 2011

Too expensive and badly managed.The course is nice but the dopes in management/pro shop don't care about you, or your time. 4 groups on the first tee, backups everywhere. My dog could run this place better.Never had a good experience here. Stay away.

Reviewed December 13, 2010

Great place to build confidence. Grip it and rip it! Fairly open and yet still challenging! One of the course you should play in the IE. I would place Oak Quarry top on my list, Empire Lakes second on my list and Sierra Lakes third on my list for courses in this area....but you should play all three of them!

Reviewed April 27, 2010

Course was in great shape, greens were very consistent, soft and med-fast. Staff was very nice,attentive and helpful. Price was outstanding and well worth the value of for the round played here. Course has nice mountain views nestled in between nice homes. Great mix of challenging holes with lengthh and water and holes that you can go low on. Great fun course...thumbs up! They even cleaned my clubs when I finished my round...when was the last time that happened, other than at a private or resort course?

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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 James H. 40 104 64 10/01/09
2 Jerry G. 28 94 66 12/05/08
3 Nathan K. 11 78 67 12/08/10
5 Brandon S. 9 78 69 07/14/09
6 Dennis L. 31 100 69 11/25/10
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
0 Pablo G. 15 93 77 01/22/23
4 Pablo G. 15 86 69 05/16/21
62 Randy R. N/A 94 80 04/29/21
82 Rogelio M. N/A 90 90 02/08/21

Golf Course Information

About Sierra Lakes

Sierra Lakes Golf Club

Community facility

Managed by Donovan Bros. Golf, LLC

30 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Sierra Lakes

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Course Staff

Rick Danruther, PGA, General Manager, Instructor
Ben Smith, Director of Golf/Golf Professional
Hector Barajas, Superintendent