Opened in 1999, Dragonfly is a links-style course designed by internationally renowned golf course architect, Gary Roger Baird and is the former host site of the Save Mart Shootout. From the back tees, Dragonfly is the 4th longest course in California.
About the Course
Situated on the banks of the San Joaquin River, Dragonfly features giant oak trees, generously sized rolling hybrid Bermuda fairways, large undulating bent grass greens, eight water hazards, and over 80 sand bunkers. With no houses, no traffic noise, no parallel fairways, and all this complemented by panoramic views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Dragonfly is an unimaginably serene setting just 10 minutes from Fresno.
At 7,798 yards from the back tees and boasting a 76.9 course rating with a 140 slope, Dragonfly is one of the longest and highest rated courses in California. Dragonfly also offers six additional tee-box locations that begin as short as 3,690 yards. The white tees that are positioned at a comfortable 6,202 yards.
From 2016- 2019, Dragonfly was voted as the #1 rated course in the Fresno area by the Fresno Business Journal and in 2016 was voted as the 5th best public course in the Central California Valley by California Golf and Travel Magazine.