Greg Sullivan is the General Manager at Rolling Hills Country Club. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1988, and then worked for La Quinta and for La Canada-Flintridge Country Club before coming to Rolling Hills CC in 1994.

The Rolling Hills Country Club golf course closed in 2015 for a major remodeling project. The club’s lease with Chandler Sand & Gravel was expiring and the gravel pit with its heavy truck traffic had closed. Major earthmoving (6 million yds³) was required for contouring the hills and deep holes. A developer is building 114 houses on 1/3-acre lots on the edge of the property, and additional land was obtained from Torrance requiring a complicated border exchange with Rolling Hills Estates.

Planning for a new golf course and facilities for family activities started in 2002, but was stopped by the 2007 stock market crash. Planning resumed again several years ago with the improving economy. There is a 7000 ft² clubhouse plus family amenities such as swimming pools and exercise facilities on 220 acres, with a view of city lights. The expectation is to appeal to many more families in the broader South Bay area.

There will be an Open House around October 2017 (delayed somewhat by recent rains). In the meantime, the 465 active members have had exchange privileges at other area golf clubs. There are 100 new employees (some of whom were laid off 2 years ago). The current building (where our Rotary Club meets) will be sold and probably torn down. The 6th and 7th holes of the course will be on this side of Narbonne, and the other holes and clubhouse are on the other side through the golf cart tunnel.