The Wilshire Country Club is a private, member-owned, 18-hole golf course and clubhouse located in the prestigious Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The clubhouse–containing locker rooms, a suana and massage rooms–also features pool tables, a barber shop, the pro shop, a gym, and a bar, as well as formal dining rooms upstairs.
For nearly a century, the Wilshire Country Club has played an integral part in the development of the surrounding Hancock Park historic neighborhood ever since the club was founded in 1919. What was once a sprawling oil field is now one of the most desireable communities in the country with beautiful historic home architecture designed by the likes of such renowned architects as Paul Williams and Wallace Neff.
The club itself was designed by architect, Norman Macbeth, and sits on over 100 acres in the heart of Hancock Park and is bisected by Beverly Boulevard. A stream, which runs through the center of the course, adds to the beauty of the greens.
Over the years, the Wilshire Country Club has played host to numerous golf tournaments including the LA Open, the Senior PGA and the LPGA.
The Wilshire Country Club is located at 301 N Rossmore Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90004 in historic Hancock Park.