In addition to our regular $10.00 tournament entry fee, the Club collects $1.00 from every player. This money goes into a “Hole-in-One Pot.” When a member shoots a hole-in-one in a tournament, he gets all the money in the pot. A new pot will then start accumulating.
Who Are We?
The Santa Barbara Men's Golf Club plays tournaments every third Sunday and the previous Monday at the beautiful Santa Barbara Golf Club.
To see the SBGC's web site, CLICK HERE.
Our Club also offers special events including:
Membership privileges include:
Tournament entry fees are typically $10.
Our Policy is to have 40% of the players place "in the money".
The Club's Board of Directors meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 5:30 pm in Mulligan's Cafe. The meetings are open to all members.
Grossman Most Improved Member For 2016
Michael Grossman worked hard in 2016 to drop his handicap from 30.1 to 16.3 and thereby became the most improved player in the Club for the past year. Jeffrey Sturdivan, Chong Kim, Dick Messier and Steve Elliott rounded out the top five most improved players.
To see a list of the top 30, and how the SCGA calculates improvement, CLICK HERE.
2017 Starts Off With a Fun Event
How well could you play 18 holes with just four clubs? Any four you want to select, but only four? Would you take a putter on the course as one of your four? A driver? What would be your chice as your best short-game club?
Face questions like these when you join us for our first tournaments of the year. January is "4 - Klubs" month. All players will be limited to taking only four clubs onto the course for this fun event. Scores won't be posted - of course - but the competition will be keen. Register by clicking on the blue text on the right===>
January Rules Quiz
While playing in a Men’s Club Sunday tournament, Big Billy hit his drive on #12 into the bushes and trees on the left of the fairway. While walking to his ball, the heavens opened. All the players on the course took shelter for 10 minutes until the squall passed. When Big Billy returned to his ball to resume play, he found it resting near a branch of a bush. In making a practice swing, he caused some water on a branch of the bush to be shaken off. He then hit his ball forward and with his third swing he put the ball on the green. He then took two putts to finish.
What should Big Billy tell Little Tommy, who was keeping his score, to put down for him on the hole?
1. Put down a 5
2. Put down a 6
3. Put down a 7
4. Put down a D for “Disqualified”
For the answer, CLICK HERE
For both Mondays and Sundays; Players must register by the preceding Wednesday before 5:00 pm
NOTE: Non-registered players will be allowed to enter IF space is available. Contact the Pro Shop at 687-7087 ext. 1 to inquire about late registration possibilities
Download Full Schedule:
To download a file with the full 2017 schedule CLICK HERE.
Scheduled Events for 2017