• Riviera Country Club

    Riviera Country Club


    Golf Courses, Tennis & Country Clubs

    About Us

    The Riviera Country Club was founded in 1926 by the members of the Los Angeles Athletic Club.

    Their vision was to build the premier golf course and outdoor facility in Southern California. The serene escape they imagined became a reality in 1927 when the golf course opened to critical acclaim. The main clubhouse, built in a Spanish revival style, followed in 1928.

    The club called upon famed Golden Age-architect George C. Thomas to design a course that would challenge the world’s best. After 18 months and 15 iterations of his design, his masterpiece and crowning achievement opened for play. Thomas’ work has withstood the test of time. The Riviera Country Club is consistently ranked as a top 50 golf course in the world and among the top 25 courses in the United States. True to its founders’ intentions, it welcomes the world’s greatest golfers each year for the PGA Tour’s Genesis Open and over its history has been the venue for major events such as the U.S. Open, PGA Championship, U.S. Amateur, U.S. Senior Open and the NCAA Championships. In 2028, it will host the men’s and women’s golf competitions when the Olympic Games come to Los Angeles.

    Renowned in its own right, The Riviera Tennis Club features 24 courts and provides tennis programming for all ages and abilities. Home to one of the largest teaching programs in the United States, the club’s 10 professionals and three hitters are available exclusively to members and their families.

    As Riviera nears its centennial, it is as vibrant and extraordinary as ever. In the words of the club’s owner, Mr. Noboru Watanabe, “It is


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