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'For years I have been contending that in our generation no other golf course could possibly compete with the strategic problems, the thrills, the excitement, variety and lasting and increasing int...

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Situated at the southern end of California’s Monterey Peninsula, Pebble Beach was developed by business entrepreneur Samuel F.B. Morse, who first saw the property while acting as liquidator for a c...

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PG User Star Rating 7.6 (9)
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One of the most exclusive clubs in America, the San Francisco Golf Club was formed toward the end of the 19th century but did not begin golfing on its present A.W. Tillinghast layout until 1915. Lo...

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The Pasatiempo Golf Club was founded by Marion Hollins, one of the finest female athletes of the 1920s and a woman who had driven the development of the Cypress Point Club before making a fortune i...

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One of the state's most prestigious golfing institutions, the California Golf Club of San Francisco was originally designed by A.V. Macan in 1925, and rebunkered a couple of years later by the grea...

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PG User Star Rating 7.4 (7)
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Founded by members of the Los Angeles Athletic Club, the Riviera Country Club was designed by Golden Age icon George Thomas and built within a deep canyon north of Santa Monica. Thomas was initiall...

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Owners of the most valuable golf real estate in America, the Los Angeles Country Club is located in the heart of Beverly Hills and significant in golfing circles for its North Course, which was red...

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PG User Star Rating 6.9 (7)
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Situated within California’s arid Coachella Valley, the Quarry at La Quinta is a luxurious private club nestled into a rocky cove at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains. The course was opened in 1...

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Squeezed between the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Ynez Mountains, the Valley Club of Montecito was opened for play in 1929 and is located on the outskirts of the well-heeled Montecito community, eas...

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Home to a number of Hollywood A-listers, the Bel-Air Country Club was founded by a wealthy oil tycoon and designed by architect George Thomas, who along with his partner William Bell, built the cou...

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One of the state's most prestigious golfing institutions, the California Golf Club of San Francisco was originally designed by A.V. Macan in 1925, and rebunkered a couple of years later by the grea...

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'For years I have been contending that in our generation no other golf course could possibly compete with the strategic problems, the thrills, the excitement, variety and lasting and increasing int...

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Situated at the southern end of California’s Monterey Peninsula, Pebble Beach was developed by business entrepreneur Samuel F.B. Morse, who first saw the property while acting as liquidator for a c...

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