"The Giff" On-Campus Practice Facility

Jack and Rhodine Gifford have been generous supporters of UCLA Athletics, particularly to the golf programs. Their lead donation made possible UCLA's on-campus practice facility, known as "The Giff." In addition, the Gifford Foundation has sponsored the Gifford Collegiate tournament, a staple on the men's golf schedule. The late Mr. Gifford was a 1960-61 UCLA baseball letterman. The views of the facility show the team room and tee boxes to the west, as players hit south toward Pauley Pavilion. The shrubbery in front of the facility spells out UCLA GOLF.

Bel-Air Country Club

The Bel-Air Country Club, site of the 1976 U.S. Amateur Championship and 2004 U.S. Senior Amateur Championship, has served as UCLA's home course for more than 40 years. Located five minutes from campus, Bel-Air's original architecture was done by George C. Thomas, Jack Neville and Billy Bell Sr., with most recent changes by Robert Trent Jones. The Bruins play here frequently and enjoy privileges to use the new driving range.

Bel-Air Country Club

Brentwood Country Club

The Brentwood Country Club is located just 10 minutes from the UCLA campus. The course, which measures 6,782 yards and carries a 72.9 rating, puts emphasis on accuracy and is often subject to strong breezes off the nearby Pacific Ocean. Brentwood and UCLA also hosted the 1994 Pac-10 Conference Women's Championship.

Brentwood Country Club

Hillcrest Country Club

Located 10 minutes from campus, Hillcrest is one of the area's oldest layouts. Opened in 1922, it was the site of the 1929 PGA Championship and the 1932 and 1942 Los Angeles Opens. Hillcrest carries a 73.1 rating over 6,684 yards. With rolling fairways, numerous bunkers and large undulating greens, some of the best views of the L.A. skyline make this an enjoyable test of golf.

Hillcrest Country Club

TPC Valencia

The TPC Valencia, designed by Chris Gray and two-time major winner Mark O'Meara, is a big golf course requiring both length off the tee, precise iron play and bold putting. Running through oak canyons, river valleys and foothills, the course challenges players of every skill level. The course measures more than 7,200 yards from the tournament tees and plays to a par of 72.

TPC Valencia

Wilshire Country Club

A medium length course that boasts the best greens in the city. A barranca runs through the course and comes into play on almost every hole. Carries a course rating of 71.8 at 6,506 yards and a slope of 132.

Wilshire Country Club

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