An extensive renovation project is set to get underway at the Diamond Bar Golf Course sometime in September as part of a joint effort among the County of Los Angeles, the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments and Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
The planned renovations will ensure that the facility remains a full-size 18-hole golf course while accommodating the street widening improvements currently underway in the vicinity of Grand Avenue and Golden Springs Drive as part of the 57/60 Confluence Project.
Work will include the realignment and reconfiguration of nine of the holes, reconstruction of greens and tees, renovation of bunkers and reshaping of fairways, as well as the removal of existing netting adjacent to SR-57/SR-60 and installation of new protective netting and the planting of trees.
Upon completion of this project, which is estimated to take approximately 18 months, the golf course will remain a par-72 layout but its overall length will increase by approximately 47 yards to 6,848 yards.
Built in the 1960s, the 175-acre Diamond Bar Golf Course located at 22751 Golden Springs Drive, is owned and operated by the County of Los Angeles. To sign up for project updates ,visit www.sgvcog.org/5760project or text 5760project to 22828.