The membership voted to restore the 1926 clubhouse rather than build a new one. It has been a rewarding process, recovering much of history and tradition in the process. The building is being considered for national historic registry status.
Among the pros that played in tournaments at Inglewood, Arnold Palmer was by far the favorite. He played every year in the GTE Seniors. The large galleries had the thrill of seeing Arnold birdie the last hole to shoot his age for the first time.
The Fred Couples Invitational was played as a replacement for the GTE and Ernst events that had been discontinued. Several top players including Phil Mickelson competed. The event was held again the next year.
The PNGA returned to Inglewood for their Centennial tournament. The course proved challenging. Mike Haack and Brian Flugstad member “favorite sons” with Mike as runner-up to Michael Beard, son of professional Frank Beard.
Renovation continued as an irrigation holding pond was added on #18 along with a new irrigation system and a maintenance building was added. A sanding program was started for better winter playing conditions and improved turf, the course is now in quality condition nearly every day.
Inglewood elected to continue its tournament tradition and sponsored a number of events for USGA competitions. Plans are being made for a national level USGA event for the club's centennial in 2019:
- 2004 - USGA Senior Amateur qualifying
- 2007 - US Senior Open Qualifying
- 2009 - USGA Women's Amateur Qualifying
- 2011 - USGA Senior Amateur Sectional Qualifying Results
- 2012 - LPGA Legends Tour Event – Nancy Scranton, Winner
- 2012 - Hudson Cup Match
The club largely completed the renovation of the physical plan with the replacement of the 1962 circular Pro Shop. The new building has the same red tile and stucco design as the clubhouse. The last step was refinishing the men’s locker room. A men’s lounge was also added in a wing of the locker area that was the original Pro Shop occupied by Walter Pursey.