The SCGA relies on numerous volunteers to help administer various programs and activities, and assist with championships, course ratings and handicapping. Learn more about volunteer opportunities below, and contact the department directly for additional information.
Handicap Chair are responsible for administering the USGA Handicap System at their respective club. The position requires a substantial amount of time and all Chair must complete the SCGA Handicap Certification Class to be SCGA Certified. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The SCGA Foundation, located in Studio City, is looking for volunteers to assist the Foundation with administrative tasks such as mailings, organization, filing, and Youth on Course data entry and tracking. Volunteer hours and times are flexible and we will work with your schedule. There is not a minimum time commitment.
As you may know, the Foundation works diligently to use the community’s donations directly toward program initiatives such as Youth on Course, Grant Giving, Scholarships, educational golf materials, and G.A.M.E Days. Currently the Foundation donates 85% of all donations to programming and with your help we can continue to keep administrative costs down.
If you, or anyone you know, is interested and available to help us out, please click here or contact us at email@example.com.
Rules and Competitions volunteers provide assistance administering SCGA tournaments, assisting with pace of play, Rules interpretations, scoring and starting. Volunteers must have a strong interest in the Rules of Golf and tournament officiating.
Click here for the Rules and Competition Committee Application
The Course Rating team aids the SCGA with measuring and rating more than 400 SCGA member courses using the USGA Course Rating System. The majority of their time is spent measuring distances to various obstacles from specific landing areas based on shot parameters to create a course and slope rating for each set of tees. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Club Delegates serve as a liaison between the SCGA and its member clubs. Delegates are regularly updated on all SCGA activities to ensure member clubs receive the full benefits of their membership. The Delegate is asked to keep club members and officers up-to-date on any important information and serves an important role providing a line of communication between the SCGA and its members. For more information on how your golf club can participate in the SCGA Club Delegate program, please contact email@example.com
Board of Directors
The SCGA is governed by a volunteer-based board of directors. The directors represent all facets of the association’s membership including private, public and affiliate clubs which hail from the various regions the association services. The board works with the staff at the SCGA to guide the association in promoting and protecting the spirit of the game by offering a wide array of member services.
Additional Volunteer Opportunities in Southern California
San Diego Junior Golf Association
For over 50 years the SDJGA has relied heavily on dedicated volunteers who are committed to providing a safe and fun environment for our junior golfers. The SDJGA is always looking for individuals who are interested in assisting staff with tournament operations, rules, fundraising and event planning. We believe you will find your volunteer experience with the SDJGA to be a rewarding one. If you would like to learn more about our various volunteer opportunities, please contact
Megan Mahoney at (619) 280-8505 ext. 102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Junior Golf Association
The AJGA needs many volunteers to ensure that their Southern California events run smoothly. If you would like to volunteer at a tournament in your area, please take a look at their tournament schedule and call the AJGA at 877-373-2542, or e-mail Jason Ross, Vice President of Tournament Development, at email@example.com.