Brookside Golf Club
Brookside Golf Club is a 36-hole complex designed by William P. Bell and the oldest golf course in Los Angeles County. Enjoy swinging among golden foothills of Pasadena, next to the iconic Rose Bowl Stadium in The Arroyo Seco. Recognized as some of the best kept municipal golf courses in California, the course serves double duty as car parks for football games and concerts and as festival grounds for summer music festivals.
The golf course hosted the PGA Tour's former Pasadena Open from 1929 to 1938 and Los Angeles Open in 1968, the LPGA Tour in 1971, the USGA Public Links Championship in 1974, and numerous SCGA amateur events. The Pasadena City Championship tournament continues today, separate from the PGA, and benefits First Tee Greater Pasadena to serve the youth.
Golf Courses & Facilities
C. W. Koiner Golf Course (Number 1)
Known as Number 1 at Brookside, the C. W. Koiner is a fun and challenging par 72 course that runs 7,104 yards. The lake is in play on holes 6 and 9.
E. O. Nay Golf Course (Number 2)
Known as Number 2 at Brookside, the E. O. Nay is a breezy par 70 course that runs 6,025 yards. The lake is in play on hole 4.
The facilities include a pro shop, two practice greens, a chipping area, a practice bunker, a driving range, and Brookside Restaurant.
Private Events and Weddings
Brookside specializes in one-of-a-kind weddings and special events of all sizes and types that reflect your personal style and create memories to last a lifetime.
- Mediterranean Ballroom & Patio (seated: 250, reception: 300)
- Dining Room (seated: 125, reception: 150)
- Arroyo Room (seated: 60, reception: 80)
- Dining Patio (seated: 70, reception: 90)
- Rose Room (seated: 30, reception: 60)
- Madrid Room (seated: 30, reception: 50)
- Exclusive to Pasadena
- Outdoor Dining
- Outdoor Venue
- Private Dining