El Prado Golf Course (Butterfield Stage)

6555 Pine Avenue
Chino, CA 91710 • (909) 597-1753




LOCAL WEATHER
Chino, CA (91710)
74°F
Fair
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 13%
Wind: CALM

Sunset: 7:04 pm
green Sunrise: 6:46 am

COURSE LINKS

1. roarksown1
Posted: 10/29/18 10:08a
Member Since: Jan 6, 2013
From: Playa del Rey
With an open Saturday this past weekend, I decided to finally return to one of the earliest 18-hole courses I ever played when I started playing golf about six years ago. I had never returned but sinc... Continue »
11 Likes.
Rated
4.5 Conditions
2. weber
Posted: 09/13/18 12:08p
Member Since: Dec 4, 2002
From: coto de caza
I actually had intended to play Chino Creek, but the last review indicated the greens on Butterfield were nice, so switched. Good decision as the greens were in fact very nice and rolled well. I e... Continue »
10 Likes.
Rated
5.6 Conditions
hermgolfs
Topic: Maintenance Alert!
Posted: Apr 15, 2016
I just spoke with Greg at El Prado, and he informed me that the Butterfield Stage Course had the greens aerated on Wednesday April 13, using a very narrow gage tyne. He said the procedure left the greens in good shape. I'll be out there this weekend, and will report back. In the meantime, it might b...
hermgolfs
Topic: Maintenance Alert!
Posted: Aug 18, 2015
As I stated in my review posted on 8/17, it is probably time to remove the maintenance alert. The greens are in fine shape on all 18 holes of Butterfield Stage just 2 weeks after being punched. And the Chino Creek course, at least according to the pro shop attendant, is in better shape, so it too ...
hermgolfs
Member Since: Sep 24, 2014
A good finishing hole, with ample risk/reward. From the tee, favor middle right, but avoid the 2 fairway bunkers that line the right side. Note that the left side has water that comes into play at 3 different points - stay center/right. A good drive leaves opportunity to reach green in 2 for longer hitters, otherwise it's a 3-shot hole. Green is guarded left and right by bunkers, leaving a narrow gap through which a good running shot could reach the green. Green slopes back to front.
Hole
18
hermgolfs
Member Since: Sep 24, 2014
Wind is usually in your face at the tee on this medium length par 4. From the tee, favor left side of fairway to avoid bunker, trees and OB on right side. But beware the water hazard on left side, which starts about 140 yards from green. Wind may require 1 club more for approach to green. Thick rough around green can make for tough play.
Hole
17

Playing Conditions
5.71
Good
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PRACTICE FACILITIES
- Driving Range (Grass)
- Practice Putting Green.