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Eagle Glen Golf Club

Eagle Glen Golf Club is located in the City of Corona and has quickly become a favorite of the Inland Empire, as well as all of Southern California.  Eagle Glen Golf Club was designed by world renowned architect Gary Roger Baird and is managed by Troon Golf, the leader in upscale golf course management.  Eagle Glen Golf Club is designed to be the gem of the Eagle Glen Community and has become a favorite spot for homeowners and guests to sit back and enjoy a wonderful dining experience while overlooking the Cleveland National Forest and with dramatic elevation changes of up to 400 feet the layout at Eagle Glen Golf Club will be sure to provide golfers of every skill level a challenging yet memorable golfing experience.

Rate Information Sheet

TEE TIME RESERVATIONS 0 TO 14 DAYS IN ADVANCE - Call (951) 272-4653 for reservations!
*  12 or less, tee times may be made through the golf shop
*  All reservations must be gauranteed with a Visa or MasterCard.
*  Cancellations must be made 24 hours prior to play.
*  Credit Cards accepted for payment:  Visa, MasterCard
   American Express, and Discover Card
   
POSTED GREEN FEES MONDAY ~ THURSDAY

$80

FRIDAY ~ SUNDAY & HOLIDAYS

$105

*  All fees include green fees, cart fees and practice fees
*  Green Fees are the same price whether Cart or Walk & Carry
*  Replay Rate: same day, no advanced reservations.  $40 any day.
*  Dress Code:  Collar shirts required, No Denim
*  Spectator Fee is $25 per person
*  Rental Clubs $55.00        Rental Shoes $10.00
PREMIUM RESERVATIONS
*  All tee times booked 15 to 60 days in advance will be charged
   an additional $15.00 per player.
*  Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance
DISCOUNTED RATES AVAILABLE

Noon Rate

Twilight Rate

Monday ~ Thursday

$60

$40

Friday ~ Sunday & Holidays

$80

$55

Monday - Thursday

Friday - Sunday

Junior Discount

$45

$55

Senior Discount

$55

$55 after 12:00

Police, Clergy and Fire

$40

$52.50

*  Seniors must be 50 years or older; Juniors must be 17 years or under
*  Police, Clergy and Fire Discount valid for Active Service with a valid ID
PRACTICE FACILITY $15 per day - unlimited use of Practice Balls and Facility use.
Practice fees included with all green fees.

Hours of Operation

Monday and Thursday 6:30 am till 5:00 pm
Tuesday and Friday 8 am till Sundown
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 6:30 am till Sundown
TOURNAMENT INFORMATION *  Steven Gray, Tournament Sales Director (951) 278-2842 ext. 211
*  12 players or more are considered a tournament or group outing
*  Rates vary based on size of group, date and time of play, method of start
*  Signed contract and deposit required

 

Tournament * Banquets * Weddings * The Grille

 

Call (951) 272-GOLF and ask them to make your tee time at one of Southern California's Best.

 

  • Senior Discount-Seniors can play Eagle Glen Golf Club at a discount on Monday through Thursday anytime and after 12 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays at a $55.00 rate per person.  Seniors must be at least 50 years of age and will need to show proper identification to receive this discount (No other Offers, Discounts, Promotions, Contracted Groups and or Advertisements may be used with this discount).

All Noon, Twilight and advertised specials are Discounted Rates and may not be used in conjunction with any other offer, promotion or discounted rates.  All discounts apply to our regular rates.


 

Private Lessons:

  • With Director of Instruction Mel Blasberg - Call for Rates
  • With Head Golf Professional Tom Borba - Call for Rates
  • With Assistant Golf Professional John Betham - Call for Rates

Junior Golf Clinic at Eagle Glen:

 

Junior programs at Eagle Glen run for four (4) consecutive weeks, beginning the first Saturday of each month.  The Saturday sessions will consist of one (1) hour of instruction from Mel Blasberg, Director of Instruction, and John Betham, Assistant Golf Professional.  The Junior program is designed to assist your golfers in developing and honing their golf skills, as well as creating an environment in which they can learn and be challenged.  The four week program runs $75 per junior, and ages range from 7 to 17 years of age.  Call the Golf Shop today at (951) 272-GOLF to get your junior golfer in the swing of things at the Eagle Glen Junior Golf Program!

For more information, please contact John Betham at (951) 272-GOLF.

Instructor Bios:

Mel Blasberg - Director of Instruction:  Lifetime golfer for 42 years. Many Amateur accomplishments, including:  High School and College experiences. Began Professional teaching career, in 1990. Owned and operated Golf practice and teaching center, in Corona, Ca. Mentored under Derek Hardy ( Top 50 Teachers-Golf Digest). Father and coach of Erica Blasberg (Polo All American; 1999-2002 and NCAA top ranked Woman). Coach of Corona High School golf team, undefeated league champions 2001-2002. Coach for many excellent Junior golfers with AJGA and college aspirations. Guest golf analyst for Fox Sports radio-Jim Daniels show.

Tom Borba - Head Golf Professional:  Tom Borba is a PGA Apprentice who joined Eagle Glen in April of 2002.  With over nineteen years of competition and instruction, Tom has studied under some of the best players and teachers of the game including PGA Professional Jodie Mudd and Golf Digest Top 100 Instructor Carl Lohren.

Tom has had the opportunity to assist in the instruction of San Diego State golf classes at Singing Hills GC and Resort.  While at Ventana Canyon in Tucson, AZ, he was actively involved in junior clinics, 1-day to 3-day golf schools, and a variety of individual and group clinics for both members and guests of the facility.      

Tom is a certified clubfitter of Callaway, PING, and Titliest.

John Betham - Assistant Golf Professional:  John Betham is a registered apprentice in the P.G.A. of America.  John passed his Players Ability Test in October of 2002, and turned professional immediately following.  As an amateur, John competed locally at Corona High School and Riverside Community College, where he was part of the Orange Empire Championship Team.

Mark A. Williams, PGA Class A - Assistant Golf Professional:  Mark A. Williams is a member of the P.G.A. and joined the Eagle Glen teamin April of 2004.  Upon completion of his career with the United States Air Force, Mark entered the San Diego Academy of Golf and completed his degree in Golf Operations Management with a minor in Advanced Methods of Teaching.  Mark's teaching philosophy centers around the fact that golf can be enjoyed by everyone.  Improvement comes from dedication to practice and a realistic understanding of ones capabilities.  Knowing, teaching, and coaching the student to reach their own level of success is the key to making the experience rewarding and relaxing to both of us.

Mark is a certified club fitter for Titleist and Ping Golf Clubs.

 Group Beginner Lessons and Junior Clinics

  • Call the Eagle Glen Golf Club at (951) 272-GOLF and ask them when the next group/junior series starts.  We will be beginning new classes each month.

The Troon Golf Institute at Eagle Glen Monthly Lesson Tip

  • July's Tip

Everyone Can Putt Better at Eagle Glen.


All golfers want to Putt better! Who doesn't know that?
Certainly, new putters, more practice and lesson's will help to make you a better putter. However, Eagle Glen has some special suggestions that will help you make more Putts.

Eagle Glen has been magnificently created to fit into a combination of a hilly and valley terrain. We have elevation al changes that exceed over 400 feet. Where our course designer Roger Baird has brilliantly minimized the changes from Tee to Fairway to Green, our Greens tend to mirror how nature intended the land.  To interpret how the ball will roll on the Green is easier to understand, if you see how the Green fits into the topography. Look at the big picture, that is, if the green was not there, would it be on a down slope, up-slope, valley, plateau or peak. If you look at how the Green fits into the lay of the land and you're not sure, think of how a flow of water would act moving through the area, including on the green. Chances are real good that the ball will tend to roll as the water would flow. A good example would be Hole# 7

Eagle Glen's Greens are comprised of Bent grass. Bent grass is the best surface to putt on, since it has little grain and can tolerate very low cutting heights, which can produce very fast speeds. This allows the player to stroke the ball (as we see on the PGA Tour) rather than hitting it, as often happens in many public courses. However, like any other plant it grows, as much as a ¼ inch a day. Knowing where West is, will help your putting. Here's how! When putting toward the west, especially as the day goes on, the ball will lose speed more quickly. Simply adjust your thinking to add a little more power going West and little less going East,  your distance control will certainly improve and that should help you make a few more Birdies and less 3 Jabs. Hole# 1 is a perfect example.

My last "secret" is about getting closer to the hole on your approach or chip shots. Who doesn't try? Just remember, Eagle Glen believes the truest surface to putt on, is firm. This allows the ball to roll without a lot of bouncing or deflection. Where this is wonderful for putting, it tends to make the ball bounce harder when hit to the Green. Simply allow for this dynamic, by playing more roll on your shot's or chips to the Green. Make this simple adjustment and you'll find the ball will roll a lot closer to the hole. Hole# 5 illustrates this technique as well as any hole on the course.

If you need some help with your stroke or any other part of your Golf game please call me or out teaching staff at our Troon Institute, at Eagle Glen.

This article has been submitted by Mel Blasberg, the Director of Instruction at Eagle Glen Golf Club.  To reach Mr. Blasberg, or to schedule a lesson, please call (951) 272-GOLF

 

The Grille At Eagle Glen

The Grille seats up to 100 and is available for individual meals and features a full bar and several additional amenities. With 5 televisions, including a 52" big screen, The Grille is a great spot to take in a your favorite sporting event.  The Grille provides each diner with a spectacular yet reasonably priced cuisine from chef Christian Hunter, as well as incredible views of the golf course and the Cleveland National Forest. Seating is also available on the veranda.  Check out the view!!!

 

Pinnacle Room

Banquet Seating for up to 120 guests

The Pinnacle Room has breathtaking views of the golf course and the Cleveland National Forest thru full view windows.  European Style designs offer a unique and memorable event for groups as small as 20 and as large as 120. State of the art sound system, high-speed internet and the professional staff provide an excellent venue for meetings, golf banquets, dinner & dancing and small wedding(s).

 

Monument Room

Banquet Seating for up to 200 guests

The Monument room is a great facility for large groups, meetings, wedding(s) and other formal and informal ocassions. The room features a dance floor with groups of up to 200 for meals. The room is a well designed banquet facility that is recognized as one of the finest in all of Southern California Golf. The club is host for many golf tournaments and the monument room is a very professional enviornment.
Eagle Glen Ballroom
Banquet Seating for up to 400 plus guests
The Ballroom is the jewel of the facility with its large 6,000 foot dining area and the same spectacular views of the golf course and the Cleveland National Forest. 
Groups up to 400 can easily be handled by the professional staff.

Eagle Glen Golf Club
1800 Eagle Glen Parkway
Corona, CA 92883
(909) 272-GOLF
(909) 278-1558 fax

From Ontario / Rancho Cucamonga / High Desert:

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20-25 minutes from the Ontario Mills Mall & the Ontario Airport

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Take the 15 Fwy South and exit Cajalco (4 miles south of 91 Fwy / 15 Fwy interchange).

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Turn right on Cajalco.  Cajalco becomes Eagle Glen Parkway.

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Follow Eagle Glen Parkway until it ends at Eagle Glen Golf Club (Approx. 1 1/2 miles).
From Orange County:

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Take the 91 Fwy East to 15 Fwy South.

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Exit Cajalco (Approx. 4 miles from the 91 Fwy / 15 Fwy interchange).

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Turn right on Cajalco.  Cajalco becomes Eagle Glen Parkway.

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Follow Eagle Glen Parkway until it ends at Eagle Glen Golf Club (Approx. 1 1/2 miles).
From Riverside / San Bernardino / Palm Springs:

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Take the 91 Fwy West to 15 Fwy South.

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Exit Cajalco (Approx. 4 miles from the 91 Fwy / 15 Fwy interchange).

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Turn right on Cajalco.  Cajalco becomes Eagle Glen Parkway.

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Follow Eagle Glen Parkway until it ends at Eagle Glen Golf Club (Approx. 1 1/2 miles).
From Los Angeles:

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Take 10 Fwy or 60 Fwy to the 71 Fwy South.

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Follow the 71 Fwy South to the 91 Fwy East

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Take the 91 Fwy East approx. 5 miles to the 15 Fwy South

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Exit Cajalco (Approx. 4 miles from the 91 Fwy / 15 Fwy interchange).

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Turn right on Cajalco.  Cajalco becomes Eagle Glen Parkway.

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Follow Eagle Glen Parkway until it ends at Eagle Glen Golf Club (Approx. 1 1/2 miles).
From San Diego / Temecula:

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Take 15 Fwy North

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Exit Cajalco (Approx. 32 mile north of Temecula)

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Turn Left on Cajalco.  Cajalco becomes Eagle Glen Parkway.

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Follow Eagle Glen Parkway until it ends at Eagle Glen Golf Club (Approx. 1 1/2 miles)