Women's Team Play Championship

June 27, 2021, Aviara GC

The Women’s Team Play Championship is the final match of the Team Play Playoffs.

Women’s Team Play is open to SCGA member clubs maintaining at least one 18-hole golf course of at least 3,000 yards in length. Participating clubs may enter up to two 12-person teams. Clubs are arranged into groups of four, and their respective 12-person teams play a series of six home and away matches within their assigned group. All competitions play four-ball net match play. Group winners then meet in single elimination play-offs, culminating in an 18-hole championship.

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2021 Women's Team Play Recap

After a long and challenging season with restrictions and postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Women’s Team Play season could have ended before it even started. But, with Los Angeles County opening to allow group play, it was full speed ahead.

The women’s team play season started with 24 teams and narrowed down to seven by the time of the playoffs. Sunset Hills dominated throughout the entire season, but due to unfortunate circumstances, had to withdraw from playoffs. The Antelope Valley and The Saticoy Club women’s teams played their way to the top and faced off in the 2021 Women’s Team Play Championship at Aviara Golf Club in Carlsbad, CA.

The competition was fierce at Aviara. Antelope Valley and The Saticoy Club ended the match with a tie of 6-6 but ultimately it was The Saticoy Club who won the tiebreaker and earned the title as the 2021 Women’s Team Play champions.

2021 Season Results2021 Bracket

Past Winners

Year Champion Location
2021 The Saticoy Club Aviara GC
2020 Stockdale CC
Stockdale CC
2019 MountainGate CC Sandpiper GC
2018 Braemar CC Oak Creek GC


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Handicap Index: 24.1
Wednesday, July 03, 2019

Such a pleasure to be an official for this tournament.  SCGA Staff provide the perfect information, guidance and venue!
The teams were very gracious.