About El Prado Golf Course:

The courses, designed by architects Harry and David Rainville are “Butterfield Stage” and “Chino Creek”. Both are 18- hole championship golf courses. Early in California statehood pioneers traveled to the wild-west. The stagecoach made the 2700 mile journey from St. Louis to San Francisco. The “Butterfield Stage” course was named after a stagecoach stop local to the golf course property, the “Chino Creek” course was named for the rivers and creeks the stagecoach crossed. The El Prado property carries an early California/Spanish theme with mission tile, arched openings, large roof overhangs and colorful patio areas. Both golf courses are enjoyable for all levels of players. With wide-open fairways, large mature trees and just enough bunkers and water holes to make your day memorable. El Prado Golf Course is said to be user friendly and easy to walk over the most gentle of rolling hills. Over the many years the courses have had rave reviews on the appearance and playability of the putting greens. While playing at El Prado it's not unusual to see Red Tail Hawks, migratory ducks, birds and Canadian geese. Stand still, take a panoramic look around. You might see a coyote scampering across the fairway in the early morning. El Prado’s mission is to provide an atmosphere that will guarantee your experience will be well remembered. So whether you are planning a golf outing, fundraiser, wedding reception or party, the professionals at El Prado are eager to help.

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