This is a list of luxury homes for sale surrounding the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades. They are sorted by newest listings first and is updated every day. The Riviera Country Club was established in 1926 and has played host to some of the world’s greatest golfers and most prestigious golf tournaments. Their history includes, the 1948 US Open, the 1983 and 1995 PGA Championships, the 1998 US Senior Open, and the 2017 US Amateur. They are currently home to the Genesis Invitational, the Tennis Classic and are preparing to become the official site of the 2028 Olympic Games golf event.
The course is a par 71, at a length of 7,013 yards (6,413 m) from the back tees (which has been lengthened to 7,322 yards (6,695 m) for Tour play), 6,531 yards (5,972 m) from the middle tees, and 5,907 yards (5,401 m) from the forward tees. The men’s slope ratings are 74.6/135 and 72.2/130 for the back and middle tees, respectively. The ladies’ slope rating is 74.3/142 for the forward tees.
The course record for competitive play is 61, ten under par, shot by Ted Tryba in 1999 in the third round of the Nissan Open, and included a bogey on 18. Tryba was the runner-up that year to Ernie Els. The course record for the lowest nine holes is 28 (seven under par on the front nine), shot by Andrew Magee in the opening round in 1991 (followed by a 38 on the back nine for a 66). He finished the tournament four strokes back, tied for eighth.
A video tour of every hole at the Riviera Country Club