Form Your Own Club
If you are part of a group of golfers who enjoy playing together, you can start your own club and take advantage of valuable SCGA benefits.
WHY START A CLUB?
Community - Golf groups that form an official SCGA club lay a foundation for more satisfying social experiences. You’ll enjoy more outings, activities and events together. And you'll play more golf!
Competition - Golf is fun. Measuring you improvement is even better. Get your competitive juices flowing and compete equitably against fellow club members with your SCGA/USGA Handicap Index (What’s this?)
SCGA Benefits -The SCGA provides the information and resources you need to manage your club. Each individual member can also take advantage of a multitude of year-round SCGA playing opportunities and benefits.
GET STARTED – IT’S EASY!
STEP 1 - Fill Out the Form Below - Fast track the process by scrolling down and providing us with some information about your group. It only takes a minute!
STEP 2 – Identify a Handicap Chair - The point person for all things Handicap. This individual must complete two online tests within six months of forming your club.(Learn more)
STEP 3 – Add 9 Friends to your Roster - To be an official SCGA club, you must have 10 golfers on your roster within six months of the start date of your golf club
RESPONSIBILITIES OF AN SCGA MEMBER CLUB
An SCGA golf club must agree to abide by all policies and procedures of the USGA Handicap System, including the club compliance checklist.
View the full responsibilities of an SCGA member club here
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STILL HAVE QUESTIONS? WE CAN HELP!
Contact us now – 818-980-3630 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello and Happy New Year. I renewed my membership to SCGA more than a month ago. But, I continue to receive notices to renew or sign up? Is this going to all who are associated with SCGA ? Just want to make sure I am a member in good standing.
Marilyn E. Sell