The privileges of a country club atmosphere we enjoy today stemmed from a mere notion amongst friends in old town Long Beach, California. The year was 1905, the same year the US Open of Golf celebrated its eleventh birthday, but it would take a few more years to establish a country club charter. If it were not for the vision and initiative of the likes of Colonel Charles R. Drake, the Bixby family and several other prominent local businessmen of the early 20th century, driving down Virginia Road to a sign that says, "Welcome to Virginia Country Club" might never have been made a reality.
To this day, we hold true to our heritage and at 415 members, we are among the most exclusive country clubs in all of Southern California. But despite this aura of exclusivity, the membership is humbled with a strong sense of "family" and a proud desire to always engender a warm welcoming atmosphere to all who pass through her gates. We represent 100+ years of Virginia Country Club golf, hospitality and camaraderie.
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