3,259 yards going out and 3,316 yards coming home to make 6,566 yards altogether.  Greens averaged 80 feet in diameter (most at the time in southern California averaged 60 feet) and were composed of oil and sand.  Fairways were dirt and tamped with oil and flattened like “the best of roads” with local cactus and shrubs dotting the rough alongside.   ALMA WHITAKER. Los Angeles Times (1886-Current File); Dec 24, 1911; ProQuest Historical Newspapers Los Angeles Times (1881 – 1986) pg. IV7