Golf at Brookside

Designed by famed golf architect William P. Bell, the Brookside Golf Club boasts a 95-year golf tradition. The 36-hole complex is the oldest golf course in Los Angeles County and situated in the golden foothills of Pasadena next to the famed Rose Bowl. Brookside served as home to the Los Angeles Open in 1968, which was won by Billy Casper and hosted the LPGA in 1971, and the National Publinks Championship. Owned by the city of Pasadena, Brookside Golf Club features two 18-hole tracks: the C.W. Koiner Course, a par 72 measuring 7,104 yards, and the E.O. Nay Course, a par 70 measuring 6,025 yards. To hone your game, the facilities also include: two practice putting greens, a chipping area, a practice bunker and a driving range providing everything you need for an exceptional golf experience.

C.W. KoinerGolf Course

C.W. Koiner
Golf Course

Come play on the C.W. Koiner Golf Course.

E.O. NayGolf Course

E.O. Nay
Golf Course

Come play on the E.O. Nay Golf Course.