Once the site of the PGA Tour's Los Angeles Open, Rancho Park is a par-71 championship course open to the public. Designed by William Johnson and William P. Bell, the coursed made its debut with the 1949 U.S. Public Links Champions, then later played host to 18 L.A. Opens as well as LPGA and Champions Tour events between 1978 and 1994. While the course isn't long by today standards – it's 6,839 yards from the back tees – it's still difficult with its small greens, variety of holes and lies and exacting corridors. The municipal course, which has five sets of tees, also has its share of bunkers, but there are openings so golfers can run the ball up to the greens. Rancho Park Golf Course also offers a driving range and putting green as well as lessons. The clubhouse includes a golf shop, snack bar, banquet facilities and locker rooms.