Hollywood Celebrities and Their Private Golf Clubs
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Here's a look at Hollywood golfers and the clubs they belong to.Adam Sandler, Riviera Country Club, Los AngelesSandler in action at the 2004 Sony Open pro-am.
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Andy Garcia, Lakeside Golf Club, BurbankGarcia at the 2008 Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
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Clint Eastwood, Tehama Golf Club, CarmelEastwood talks with Tiger Woods at the 1998 Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
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Dennis Quaid, Bel-Air Country Club, Los AngelesQuaid at the 2004 Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews.
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George Lopez, Lakeside Golf Club, BurbankLopez at the 2007 Travelers Championship.
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Jack Nicholson, Bel-Air Country Club, Los AngelesNicholson watches Jack Nicklaus on the first tee during the third round of the 1997 Masters.
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Jack Wagner, Bel-Air Country Club, Los AngelesWagner at the 2010 American Century Celebrity Golf Championships.
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James Woods, Bel-Air Country Club, Los AngelesWoods, left, and singer Glen Campbell, right, after winning the 2003 celebrity shootout at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
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Luke Wilson, Bel-Air Country Club, Los AngelesWilson watches the 2008 Travelers Championship.
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Mark Wahlberg, Wilshire Country Club, Los AngelesWahlberg at the 2006 Bob Hope Classic.
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Ray Romano, Lakeside Golf Club, BurbankRomano at the 2012 Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
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Will Ferrell, LA-area munis and public-access coursesActor and man of the people Will Farrell told Golf Magazine in 2010 that he’s a public-course guy: “Totally. In college [at USC], we used to play a course near a mental institution. You could hear the screams of the patients during the round.” Read the full article here
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Will Smith, Sherwood Country Club, Thousand OaksSmith during the 2006 Sony Open pro-am.
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