TraditionThe history of Mission Viejo Country Club is full of celebrated milestones for both the city of Mission Viejo and for the game of golf. Initially nicknamed “Mission Impossible”, the Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed championship golf course has hosted many PGA events and has also been the training ground for world-class champions such as Mark O’Meara.
Mission Viejo Company was formed in 1963 as a land development and home building firm and soon began planning the community of Mission Viejo. The city's name is a reference to Rancho Mission Viejo, a large Spanish land grant from which the community was founded. In April of 1967, Mission Viejo Country Club opened its 165 acre 18 hole golf course with much anticipation and applause. Framed by Southern California's natural beauty, Mission Viejo Country Club is a secluded retreat ideally situated between Saddleback Mountain and the pristine beaches of Laguna. Mission Viejo Country Club carries forth the old California tradition of privacy and elegance with its old world arches, Andalusian architecture and stunning vistas. Mission Viejo Country Club is truly a members' club in every sense of the word. Owned by its members and directed by a Board of Governors, MVCC members are the past, present and the future of our Club. The commitment of the membership has been the cornerstone of the Club's historic success.
Members enjoy a spectacular experience where lifetime friends are made and families share cherished memories. Our lasting impression begins as you enter our gates and experience the picturesque panorama of Mission's most treasured asset, the Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed championship golf course. Recently restored to its grand design of 1967, the course is truly a masterpiece. In addition to golf, our unparalleled expanse of recreational diversions is customized to suit every member of the family with facilities that are unsurpassed.
Our commitment, our mission, is to meet the changing needs of our membership while diligently maintaining the integrity, camaraderie and spirit of grand tradition exemplified by the Club for decades.