Situated in the rolling foothills of Santa Barbara, Glen Annie Golf Club offers a championship layout with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Channel Islands. Always maintained to the highest standards, the par-71 golf course, which was designed by Robert Muir Graves and Damon Pascuzzo, opened in 1997 to rave reviews. The course has four sets of tees, ranging from 5,005 yards to 6,417 yards. There's a nice variety of holes that wind between avocado groves and palm trees, with a good bit of elevation change. The short par-4 third, for example, plays downhill to a green fronted by a pond. The 14th is a par-5 with a sharp turn to the left that requires a bit of creativity and course management from the golfer. And the 18th is a short par 4 with a lake right of the fairway and another pond protecting the green short and right. Besides the course, Glen Annie Golf Club also has excellent practice facilities that include a driving range, short-game area, and practice putting green. Golf lessons are also available from the professional staff. There's a well-stocked golf shop, offering the latest in apparel, accessories and equipment in the clubhouse. Golfers and nongolfers will also enjoy the Frog Bar and Grill, one of Santa Barbara's most popular dining venues. It features spacious patios, fireplaces and an elegant dining room with great views of the golf course and surroundings. It's open for lunch every day and also available for banquets and special events.