Fullerton Golf Course in the San Fernando Valley, the California resort town of Bodega Bay and the nearby city of Long Beach are all located on the same golf course.

The two golf courses have been designated as a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Department of the Interior.

The parks service, in conjunction with the California Department of Water Resources (DWR), announced the designation in June.

The designation is based on environmental impact, scenic value and aesthetic value, the agency said in a news release.

It’s the latest in a series of changes to the National Historic Places that have resulted in the designation of hundreds of parks and other historical landmarks around the U:The Bodegon Bay Golf Course has a history dating back to the early 20th century, according to the DWR.

It was constructed in 1919 and is considered one of the oldest golf courses in the state.

The San Fernando Hills Golf Course, a scenic historic landmark, was established in 1906 and was designed by architect John Henry Oakes.

It is the oldest in the Bodegoland district.

In addition to the two golf course sites, DWR also designated three other scenic historic sites as National Historic Sites.

The sites include the historic homes of George and Mary Mabry in Orange County, California; the family home of Charles Mabrey in Santa Ana, California, and the Mabrys’ farmhouse on the Mabel Mabery Ranch in Los Angeles County.

The Buell Golf Course is located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in the county’s Central Valley.

It features an 18-hole course and a 1,100-acre (6,200-hectare) lake that was created to support the golf course during the 1906 floods.

In June, the U and BCAF signed an agreement to improve the security of the two courses, DFW reported.

The golf courses will be designated as National Heritage sites for the next 10 years, and restoration will be completed in the 2021-22 fiscal year, DWF said.