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.
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