Palos Verdes Golf Club in Los Angeles, recently completed a $1.3 million renovation, headed by Todd Eckenrode, ASGCA Associate and Origins Golf Design.

As reported by “Golf Course Architecture,” the project included bunkering, new chipping areas on each hole, and greens replaced and/or extended on specific holes.

“The views alone make playing this course a magnificent experience, and the updates to the bunkers, greens, tees and new chipping areas have our members buzzing with anticipation and excitement,” said Steve Hockett, general manager and chief operating officer at Palos Verdes. “Our superintendent Pat Gradoville and his expert staff, along with a world-class team of consultants including golf course architect Todd Eckenrode and his team at Origins Golf Design, who specialise in classic golf course design, and Oliphant Golf Course Construction, have all worked together to ensure that the end result is improved conditioning and playability, which stays true to the original treasured and historic design.”