California Golf Club Reopens in Style

As one of the Bay Area’s oldest and most respected private clubs, California Golf Club of San Francisco reopened to its members this summer in grand fashion. The first event at the newly renovated course was highlighted with a 6-hole exhibition by PGA Tour player Arron Oberholser and former U.S. Open Champion Ken Venturi hitting the ceremonial first ball.

Kyle Phillips Golf Course Design renovated and restored the course using 1927 as a benchmark when Dr. Alister Mackenzie re-bunkered the course. The original course, designed by A. Vernon Macan, had been compromised in the 1960’s when San Bruno Creek gave way to the existing Westborough Road, leaving only 13 of the original holes intact.


No comments yet.

Leave a Reply