This facility offers two regulation eighteen hole courses. The Number One Course has large greens that are elevated and well bunkered. The rough bordering the fairways is thick and heavy. Furthermore, four ponds or a barranca come into play on ten holes. The Number Two Course is shorter, more well bunkered and tighter than the Number One Course. The terrain is flat, but the greens and tee boxes are slightly elevated. Numerous sand bunkers have been well positioned around the greens and fairways. There is a cement ditch or a lake coming into play on nine holes. Desmond Muirhead redesigned the Number Two Course in 1966. The facility hosted the 1969 LA Open. This course is adjacent to the Rose Bowl.