Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club is one of the storied courses in California. Designed by Max Behr, and opened for play in 1929, the classic layout has played host to the golfing greats from every era. The club served as the original host course for the first six Bing Crosby Pro-Am tournaments, known as “The Clambake”, and more recently, the 2006 USGA Junior Amateur Championship and 2011 California State Amateur Championship. Today the course retains that undeniable “feel” of history, its fairways framed by towering 90-year old eucalyptus trees. Behr’s philosophy of designing a course that blends in with the natural contours of the land, with holes that wind up and down, crossing and re-crossing a long barranca, have made for a great test of golf. Players of every skill level will find the course playable, challenging and memorable.