Annandale is a refuge – a place where members enjoy the golf, tennis, dining and social activities, free from the pressures and restraints of their everyday lives.
Annandale’s golf and tennis facilities, relaxed yet refined clubhouse, warm and friendly staff and exemplary service create an atmosphere that encourages members to enjoy these activities while providing in a warm and gracious social setting.
Annandale Golf Club was established in 1906 by several prominent members of the Pasadena community, including Henry Huntington, the famed railroad magnate and philanthropist, and George S. Patton Sr., father of the famous U.S. Army General. Over the years Annandale has counted among its members the Gamble, Kellogg and Weyerhaeuser families who sought the mild climate of Southern California as a retreat from the winters of the Midwest and the Northeast. Paul Runyan, two-time winner of the PGA Championship and member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, was the club golf pro in the 1950s, and a club member at the time of his death in 2000.
The heart of Annandale – the panoramic view, the beautiful grounds, the warmly incomparable clubhouse, the friendly and impeccable service—has remained a vibrant Pasadena jewel and a much-loved family-friendly home away from home for members, their families and their guests.