This facility offers two regulation eighteen hole courses named for former presidents of the U.S. These courses are located in Griffith Park, a 3,000-plus acre public park located at the eastern edge of the Hollywood Hills. The Wilson Course has tight fairways and small greens. The Harding Course is tree lined, and features ponds coming into play on at least two separate occasions. Even though this is the shorter of the two courses, it requires more accurate shotmaking abilities. Both courses are well maintained. William H. Johnson redesigned both courses in 1948. This is a great place for dad to play golf, while the family enjoys in the other facilities. The Los Angeles Zoo, Travel Town, Planetarium Observatory, and the Gene Autry Western Museum are also located in Griffith Park.