La Cumbre Country Club’s casually-elegant clubhouse overlooks our world class golf course & provides a family-friendly retreat for Members & their guests.
Yesterday: The 1929 clubhouse was designed by famous architect George Washington Smith. It serves as the foundation for today’s modern yet classic clubhouse.
Yesterday: In the early 1930s, a golfer tees off from the old 9th tee at LCCC as his fellow players and their caddies look on.
Yesterday: Walter Hagen’s opponent tees off from the old 3rd tee (today’s 13th) during a couples exhibition match in the 1931-1932 time frame.
Today: The elegant oak tree and lush lawn outside the clubhouse terrace make a memorable setting for weddings throughout the year.
Today: La Cumbre’s par 3 13th hole, with a picturesque island green, is one of four holes that wind around scenic Laguna Blanca Lake.
Today: The new tennis & fitness facility further enhances the amenities available to all La Cumbre Country Club members with its full range of modern exercise equipment and fitness classes.
Tomorrow: Children and grandchildren of today’s Members practice their putting skills in the Club’s Junior Golf Program.
Tomorrow: Future tennis stars learn the game from La Cumbre County Club's tennis professional John Kinsella
Tomorrow: Family Members learn social skills on the terrace dance floor at LCCC's annual Father-Daughter dance.


Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

La Cumbre is, indeed, a peak experience. For members, it is a warm and welcome home away from home. For guests, it is an experience to cherish. Truly an oasis of serenity and satisfaction apart from the pressures of modern living, the Club combines a rich tradition with a dedicated vision of the future, assuring an incomparable balance of privilege and pleasure.