Please note: We are using the address that we have on file for your club. This may be the address of your home course, one of your club’s officers, or another address selected by your club.
If you are a type 2 or afilliate golf club we recommend:
The facility where your club plays most often
A central point in your region or county
How do I get my club’s events listed?
EMAIL US YOUR SCHEDULE.Events help people find when and where your club plays, leading to new members. Get them listed!
Please note: The SCGA developed a web portal (accessible through scga.org) where you can edit your club information, events and email your members. The platform will be available in June.
Should my members use the Club Finder to renew?
No, we recommend sending your members directly to your online join/renew portal (if applicable). They can also find your club information or renewal portal by going to scga.org/renew.
How do I get my club featured on the home page of Club Finder?
If you’d like to have a video of your club featured on the Club Finder homepage, email us your club story, why you think you should be featured, and date/time/location of the event you where you want the video captured.
If your club is not listed...
How do I get my club on Club Finder?
Add your club, which must be open to new members, in 2 easy steps:
Post quickly and easily at scga.org/handicap. Score posting is also available on the scga.org homepage.
2. Posting on the USGA's GHIN App
The GHIN app is a fast, easy and effective way to post your ESC scores. What’s ESC?
Equitable Stroke Control (ESC)
ESC is the downward adjustment of individual hole scores for handicap purposes, in order to make handicaps more representative of a player’s potential ability. ESC sets a maximum number that a player can post on any hole depending on the player’s Course Handicap. The Adjusted Gross Score/ESC score is the score that you post for handicap purposes. Use the chart below to determine the maximum score per hole that you should post:
9 or less
40 and above
3. Posting on the local course computer
Nearly all SoCal courses have a computer that SCGA members can use to post scores after your round. Use the touch screen monitor and follow the prompts to post your ESC score.
Handicap Related Resources
SCGA Partner Benefits
Partner benefits will be emailed — along with your SCGA Membership Card — to the email address you provide at signup. Members should allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
$20 off $75+ Purchase
Expiration Date: Check your membership email URL:worldwidegolfshops.com Restrictions/Special Instructions: To redeem your gift card, use the coupon code provided in your SCGA partner benefit email. It is valid for use at any Roger Dunn / The Golf Mart online or in store.
$50 OFF Fitting and $50 OFF Swing Evaluation!
Expiration Date: Check your membership email URL:golftec.com/scga Restrictions/Special Instructions: To redeem, bring your SCGA membership card to your nearest GolfTec location
$20 Cash Card
Expiration Date: Check your membership email URL:underpar.com Coupon Code: Check your membership email Restrictions/Special Instructions: To redeem, visit underpar.com and use the promo code printed on your coupon at checkout
$10 OFF Golfshot Pro!
URL:golfshotgps.com/scga Restrictions/Special Instructions: Golfshot Pro pricing of $19.99 is valid for a one-year of your membership from date of purchase. Your subscription will auto-renew after one-year unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
Monthly deals delivered straight to your inbox that highlight great SoCal Courses. Expect AMAZING deals. We're talking up to 60% off!
Here are some of the courses that we've offered in the past:
Ojai Valley Inn and Spa
Moorpark Country Club
The Grand Del Mar
Whether you go on the road with the SCGA or are just looking for a great golf vacation at a fantastic price, the SCGA has you covered. With our hosted travel opportunities, the SCGA sets the date and itinerary and a friendly SCGA staffer will join you and the group on the trip. Our self-hosted trips are flexible enough to work with your schedule and make the process of planning a trip a breeze.
FORE Magazine is delivered quarterly to you home! We report extensively on golf, travel, dining, philanthropy and human-interest stories that will both intrigue and impress readers, whether casual golf fans or passionate competitive players. Additionally, FORE reports on various governmental and legislative initiatives that impact our game. The magazine also strives to promote the SCGA’s presence in the Southern California golf landscape, advocating the association’s core values and expressing the SCGA brand.
The golf industry can at times be heavily male-dominated. Not to mention there are issues in the world, as well as in golf, that seem to matter more to women. The goal of FORE Her is to share stories for women, often by women and about women. We hope our female members will look forward to receiving this monthly newsletter. If not, feel free to unsubscribe! We certainly don’t want this to be another annoying junk email that clutters your inbox.
From time to time, you may get an email that looks like it is coming from and SCGA advertising partner. Rest assured. The SCGA ensures that each of these offers is exclusively for SCGA members and that you won't be able to find them elsewhere.
Your Membership Also Supports
The mission of the SCGA Junior Foundation is to engage under-served youth in the lifelong benefits of golf so that they can achieve their dreams and potential. Through its programs, SCGA Junior works to fulfill its mission by achieving the following goals:
Creating affordable access to golf for all youth
Teaching smart decision-making skills both on and off the course
Developing a culture of healthy lifestyles
The SCGA Junior Golf Foundation was founded in 1983 through a gift from the PGA Championship, which was played at Riviera Country Club. It is the charitable arm of the Southern California Golf Association, which is one of the nation’s oldest and largest amateur golf associations. The SCGA underwrites all administrative and development expenses, allowing every dollar raised to go directly to our youth serving programs.
General Golf Advocacy
The SCGA actively advocates on policy issues relevant to the organization by engaging responsibly with governmental officials, local and regional conservation groups and local and regional public commissions and committees.
To read more about issues pivotal to the health of the game we all love, click here.
Your Local Golf Community
Join your fellow club members!
To find out where and when your golf club is playing, contact your club’s handicap chair or club representative for details (you can find a list of club contacts HERE). It is also likely that your club’s schedule is posted online (just a google search away), or you can contact the SCGA to provide available information.
SCGA Member Outings
SCGA Member Outings offer members the opportunity to play in a non-competitive, championship-quality setting at some of the region’s finest private and public courses.
Events are open to all members of all skill levels who want to participate in no-pressure golf at a premier course. Bring a group of friends or join us as a single and we’ll pair you with some future friends.
It’s Golf+! Built for the social golfer, Summer Series events are held on nights and weekends, typically involve 19th hole activities and are played in fun, non-competitive formats. Watch the video of an event we had at The Loma Club and we hope to see at a Summer Series event in the future.
The SCGA One-Day Series is an affordable, competitive one-day tournament experience for players of all skill levels.
Compete in different formats: Individual Net, Four-Ball Net & 2-Person Scramble
Events are flighted based on format, field size, and playing ability
Play at premier golf courses throughout Southern California, often on weekends
2017 One-Day Series culminates with the SCGA One-Day Series Match Play Championship for the top 16 participants on the points list
SCGA Golf Leagues
Held all over SoCal, SCGA Golf Leagues are a great way to get out on the course, meet new people and get the competitive juices flowing. Think after-work softball league, but for those who prefer teeing it up to striking out. League champs also get a chance to play for the Tournament of League Champions.
Southern California is home to hundreds of golf tournaments every year that appeal to a wide range of skill levels. Whether you're a scratch golfer looking to qualify for the U.S. Open or SCGA Amateur Championship, or a mid-level handicap wanting to participate in one of the SCGA's individual or team events, there is an opportunity for you to play.
You can't always play golf...That why we created the Inside the Ropes program. Join us at local sporting events and enjoy a VIP experience. No matter your favorite team - Dodgers, Angels, Padres, Kings, Ducks - we've got something for you!