Shandin Hills Golf Course

3380 Little Mountain Drive
San Bernardino, CA 92405 • (909) 886-0669




LOCAL WEATHER
San Bernardino, CA (92405)
72°F
Sunny
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 12%
Wind: CALM

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

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1. JSpin
Posted: 03/10/18 6:36a
Member Since: Jan 1, 2009
From: Redlands, Ca
Played here on a weekday morning $31 special that includes range balls, breakfast and lunch on a restricted menu. A good deal overall, but it seems the price popped up recently, perhaps due to the rec... Continue »
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Rated
2.9 Conditions
2. putt4dough
Posted: 09/18/17 4:02p
Member Since: Dec 28, 2003
From: Walnut
Played here Sunday with my tournament club. We asked our group officer to confirm that the course was in good condition, because we had seen on GK that they had gone through MAJOR maintenance. The tou... Continue »
10 Likes.
Rated
1.6 Conditions
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dancaban
Member Since: Dec 29, 2005
(Sorry! I accidentally posted this for #1.) Par 4. Tee Shot: Aim left of the bunker line again. Bunker on the right is reachable. Shots blocked right end up in trees and sometimes muddy lies. Shots pulled left will end up in trees up against the boundary fence. Shots hooked will end up OB or bouncing off the trees. An ideal drive will draw between the 150 pole and the bunker and catch the downslope, leaving a wedge or short iron into the green. Approach: Have enough club to clear the front bunker. Three bunkers guard this green: front, left, and back right. This green and greens on #s 3-6 should be played with the mountains in mind. Putts tend to roll towards the left side of the front bunker (looking from the fairway).
Hole
2
dancaban
Member Since: Dec 29, 2005
Par 4. Tee Shot: Aim left of the bunker line again. Bunker on the right is reachable. Shots blocked right end up in trees and sometimes muddy lies. Shots pulled left will end up in trees up against the boundary fence. Shots hooked will end up OB or bouncing off the trees. An ideal drive will draw between the 150 pole and the bunker and catch the downslope, leaving a wedge or short iron into the green. Approach: Have enough club to clear the front bunker. Three bunkers guard this green: front, left, and back right. This green and greens on #s 3-6 should be played with the mountains in mind. Putts tend to roll towards the left side of the front bunker (looking from the fairway).
Hole
1

Playing Conditions
2.90
Poor
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- Practice Putting Green