Setting on a knoll overlooking the San Gabriel Valley with an exquisite front row view of the Sierra Mountains, South Hills Country Club is located on one of the original Mexican Mission land grants—the Rancho Santa Anita. Through its natural heritage which was created for the gathering place of families and friends, the South Hills Country Club fosters the friendships of the days when California was the land of the Dons.
The golf course at South Hills was designed by William P. Bell (also known as Billy Bell) and his son William F. Bell. One of the most conspicuous features of many Bell courses are the bunkers. Rustic with lacy edges, his bunkers blend seamlessly into the natural landscape and backdrop.
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