The Duke at Rancho El Dorado

Originally opened in 2003, the Duke at Rancho El Dorado features 7,011 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.4 and has a 120 slope rating on Rye grass. The Duke, designed by David Druzinsky, is fashioned for the golfer with a sense of discovery. This makes every guest’s golf vacation an adventurous trip.

The Duke at Rancho El Dorado resembles a desert-filled area splashed with green and gold highlighted by broad fairways – undulating and usually hard to read greens where the Santa Rosa Wash snakes through the layout. The impressive mountain views as well as the open field can make one reminisce the Old West. The club recently opened the doors to its new ranch-style clubhouse. Consistent with the Western theme, the 6,000 square foot clubhouse gives the taste of an Arizona territorial lodge which instills a warm and comfortable ambiance. Up to 60 days of reservation, corporate outings, receptions, group events, and other celebrations now serve as its specialty. A comprehensive practice facility with PGA instructional programs is on site as well as a fully stocked pro shop. Providing a great golf trip at very reasonable rates, Duke golf club provides guests the extraordinary round of golf.

From its fascinating environment which covers the epic mountains to its open-air true desert area, the Duke at Rancho El Dorado is a must visit place for golf enthusiasts. It’s a player-friendly golf club which brings the sporting spirit alive. As the centerpiece to the master planned community of Rancho El Dorado, a golf vacation at Duke is a best retreat for families and friends who seek for a sporting recreation.

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