This year, Los Serranos Country Club is excited to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of the South Course – the same year President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

After becoming sole owner of the Los Serranos Country Club in 1961, Jack Kramer, one of the world’s best tennis players in history, began plans to build an additional 18 hole course to create an extensive 36-hole golf facility in Chino Hills.

In 1964, the brand-new South Course was added to the existing and remodeled North Course, to provide 36 holes for golfers at the public facility. Designed by Jack Kramer, Kevin Sullivan, and Zell Eaton, the course features include strategic bunkers and water hazards on rolling terrain.

Most notable, the South Course is home to the famous Jack’s Black Tees which make it the longest course in all of California. A par 74 course, players finish with the longest signature hole at 677 yards.

For over twenty years, qualifiers for the California State Amateur Championship were held at the South Course as well as the Los Angeles Open, now the Genesis Open.

Jack Kramer’s family continues to own and operate Los Serranos and welcomes you to come out and experience both the South Course and North Course.