Spotlight on the hill – Kidding’s over Rolling Hills Country Club reopens

After being closed for two years, Rolling Hills Country Club celebrated the opening of its new,
David Kidd-designed golf course and new, 75,000 square foot clubhouse with music and a barbecue on Saturday, January 13. The $75 million, 160 acre project also includes a pool, tennis courts, bocce ball courts, a gym and a day spa. The club was designed for families and is now offering non golfing, social memberships.

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