The vision of Albert L. Swift to develop a country club that was not only for golfers but their families as well became a reality in 1921 when George C. Thomas, Jr., one of the most acclaimed golf course architects of the time, designed a course worthy of comparison to any. He was able to transform a sparsely settled area largely devoted to growing citrus into one of the fine courses in southern California. Red Hill is the older brother to his other great courses in the area, Los Angeles, Bel Air, and Riviera Country Club. As we move through time Mr. Swift’s vision remains and Red Hill continues to be among the finest clubs in southern California


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