AKA: Annandale Golf Club, Pasadena, CA

Structure Type: built works - recreation areas and structures - country clubs; built works - recreation complexes

Designers: Hunt, Sumner P., Architect (firm); Neptune and Thomas, Architects, AIA (firm); Watson, William, Golf Course Designer (firm); Sumner P. Hunt (architect); Donald E. Neptune (architect); Joseph Fleshman Thomas (architect); William Watson (golf course designer)

Dates: constructed 1907

2 stories

1 North San Rafael Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105-1247

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Henry Huntington assembled a 320-acre parcel of the former Campbell-Johnson Ranch in San Raphael Highlands and built Los Angeles's first golf course sub-division; creation of the Annandale sub-division was hastened by Huntington's expansion of the Pacific Electric Railway into the Arroyo Seco area in 1905;

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Rebuiilt in 1909 and 1919 by Willam Watson; the 1909 version of the course included "beehive" hazards, conical mounds that were arrayed in staggered double rows. In 1953, Neptune and Thomas, Architects, of Pasadena, CA, designed a new building for the Annandale Country and Golf Club.

PCAD id: 388