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2100 Terrebonne Ave
San Dimas, CA  91773-1349
United States
P: (909) 599-2313
F: (909) 592-2587
San Dimas Canyon Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,309 yards | 118 slope

70.3 rating | Other grass

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San Dimas Canyon Golf Course

The 18-hole "San Dimas Canyon" course at the San Dimas Canyon Golf Course facility in San Dimas, California features 6,309 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.3 and it has a slope rating of 118 on Other grass. Designed by Dan Murray, the San Dimas Canyon golf course opened in 1964. American Golf Corporation manages this facility, with Trip Stevens, PGA as the Golf Professional/General Manager.


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Reviewed May 31, 2017

Reviewed June 13, 2014

Reviewed October 21, 2011

Reviewed December 13, 2010

I've had great times and bad times. Luck of the draw. Staff try to do their best. You can see their efforts. Price should be a tad cheaper but then again, this place is full all the time. I guess there is no reason to lower prices!

Reviewed September 13, 2010

Reviewed September 11, 2010

Had a tee time booked for 8:44 on a Friday morning, show up at 8 and the pro shop had at least 20 people in it. At 8:40, they hadn't even called for our threesome to check-in. Finally asked the starter what was going on (there were 9 or 10 carts lined up at the first tee), he simply stated that were 6th inline to tee off. WTF. What's the point in getting tee time for 8:44 if you're not gonna tee off until 9:30? I had heard and read reviews about the slow pace at this place, but this is ridiculous. Anyway, decided to leave, drove 45 minutes to Beaumont and walked on to East Valley (much nicer course anyway) and finished our round in 4 hours. I'll never return to San Dimas...a waste or your time.

Reviewed May 25, 2009

Very well maintained Municipal course. Fairways are in good shape and well worth the money. Pace of play can sometimes be very slow and aggravating. I play this course quite often and keep coming back as it is challenging and kept in good shape. Driving range is poor as it is a netted area.

Reviewed June 23, 2008

A gem in the San Gabriel Valley. I must play this course at least once a week. The front nine is easier then the back nine. Whether it is the hills or the more chances to hit the ball OB on the back that make it harder. Overall this course for it's dollar is worth it.

Reviewed May 12, 2008

Well maintained and good value if you can get on. But the weekends are solid fivesomes (they'll combine a two with a three at every opportunity, making the round 5.5-6 hours) and the weekdays are often logjammed with tournaments. Almost impossible to find any time slot for a four-hour round, but a good course if you luck out and catch a quiet time. Very few sprinkler heads are marked, but the carts have GPS.

Reviewed March 04, 2008

The first nine seemed tight with narrow fairways. The second nine was more forgiving, but more hazards to deal with. Overall good course, good maintenance, and on the difficult side.

Reviewed February 19, 2008

Stayed away from this course for over 10 yrs but I forgot why. Played it after a rainy day. Greens were really soft, so I played lawn darts all day. Scored an 80 after having some idot slamming on the breaks off of the 16 hole into the tee box of the 17th hole in the middle of my swing causing me to go OB. I re-teed and had a short put for a what-would-have-been a birdie putt but ended with a par + 2 strokes for that idiot driver. I truly had a great day, great round but one bad experience with an idiot. A good course to tune up your game. I would not mind coming back but would not play it on a regular basis. Too many newer, nicer courses to play.

Reviewed December 11, 2007

best course for the money. this is one of my favorite courses for $60.

Reviewed September 29, 2007

with the color screen gps this is a must play

Reviewed June 11, 2007

Avid Golfer

Greens are excellent ... fast. The course forces you to choose clubs wisely - Elevated tees and greens, some fairways are tree lined, shorter par fives that can give you the thrill of "on in two!", but can also be bear traps if you don't position your tee shot well. It's a great course for a tournament!

Reviewed April 17, 2007


one of the best courses in the area. the prices is not to high for what kind of course it is.

Reviewed August 29, 2006


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Michael K. 24 55 31 02/28/09
2 Steven T. 11 42 31 03/13/10
3 Tom C. 8 41 33 06/22/08
4 A E. 20 70 50 06/27/16
5 David R. N/A 53 53 11/17/07
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
4 A E. 21 103 82 09/15/17
4 A E. 20 70 50 06/27/16
4 A E. 21 101 80 06/17/16

Golf Course Information

About San Dimas Canyon

San Dimas Canyon Golf Course

Golf Only facility

Managed by American Golf Corporation

12 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at San Dimas Canyon

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Tournaments of San Dimas Canyon

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Course Staff

Trip Stevens, PGA, Golf Professional/General Manager
Joe Lerme, Superintendent