Jul 20, 2023

Los Angeles to host both Men’s and Women’s USA Sevens in reimagined era of HSBC SVNS

Situated in between some of the most famous landmarks in Los Angeles sits perhaps the city’s most well-hidden gem.

Los Angeles Country Club, home to one of the city’s oldest and most prestigious golf courses, has long been shrouded in mystery to the general public. The 320-acre property includes two 18-hole courses, the North and South, with the highly regarded North playing host to the U.S. Open this week.

It’s the first time the course will host a tournament of such consequence, marking a significant shift in philosophy for the usually publicity-shy club.

Millions of tourists flood to Hollywood and Beverly Hills every year, but it’d be easy for most to cruise down Santa Monica Boulevard without realizing they’re driving right by a world class golf course, ranked 10th in the world in this year’s Golf.com top 100.

Known for its brutally long par 3s, rustic layout and unique views of the L.A. skyline, the course sits in a crowded area of West L.A. It’s about a mile east of the UCLA campus, a few miles west of Hollywood and the Sunset Strip and flanked by houses with 8-figure price tags.

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