Eastlake Country Club

Relax, play, and enjoy a golf vacation at Eastlake Country Club. This tranquil golf course blends with the beauty that surrounds Mt. Miguel, providing a picture perfect backdrop. It is a favorite choice of guests looking for a perfect course to hold a professional golf tournament or a fun golf outing. Its breathtaking scenery makes it an ideal place for a golf recreation.

Eastlake Country Club was designed by renowned architect Ted Robinson. It features 6,606 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Having a golf vacation here will give players of different abilities an exciting challenge and fun with 1,800 trees, 6 lakes, waterfalls, and 72 bunkers that border the course. This is a challenging test of skills for experienced players from the tips. Conversely, from the shorter white tee boxes, this is a fun and forgiving course for players who just want to enjoy the game. It has no parallel fairways, making the golfers feel like they are the only players on the course. With a course rating of 70.1 and a slope rating of 116, the players will really enjoy their golf experience here.

Since its debut in 1991, Eastlake Country Club has been the favorite golf vacation destination of local and visiting golfers because of its ‘user-friendly’ layout and electronic yardage system on each cart. What makes it more favorable especially to novices are the practice areas that include natural grass tees, various distance markers, a practice sand trap, two chipping greens, two putting greens, and a PGA instructor. Playing this course will give a relaxed and fun round of golf to every player – beginning and expert alike.

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