Open fairways with a sparse tree line characterize this semi-private course's front nine, while the back features more hills and elevation changes. Difficulty on the course comes at the greens. Surrounded by bunkers, undulating greens are extremely difficult to read. Careful club selection prevents approach shots from ending up on the wrong side of the hole.
With deep canyons interspersed throughout, this famous country club course offers breathtaking views. The course is rather hilly and challenges golfers of all abilities, and its exclusive nature is evident with some of the course's high-profile members. Note that golfers who choose to walk must use a caddie.
Located in Beverly Hills, this course is renowned for its very difficult par-3's. The five par-3's average over 196 yards from the tips, making accuracy with the long irons a must. With length being the primary challenge, this course does not have any water hazards that come into play.
This outstanding, classic course requires a lot from golfers. While good shots are rewarded, miscues off the tee can cause serious problems. Thanks to a number of doglegs, the course demands well-placed tee shots to prevent being blocked out for the approach. Errant approaches find extremely difficult bunkers and make for a long day on the beautiful course.
With trees dating back to the 15th century lining immaculate fairways, this course has a beauty all its own. Picturesque hazards present obstacles that are appealing to the eye but that pose serious concerns for golfers. One of the most noted holes is the finishing 18th, which features an approach over a winding stream to a green that sits adjacent to the clubhouse.