SCGA Member Outing: Pauma Valley Country Club
November 20, 2017
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ENTRY DEADLINE: November 13, 2017 at 12:00 pm
ENTRY FEE: $120. (Includes: golf, cart, range balls & lunch buffet.
GUEST ROOMS: Available (on the 10th tee of the course): $75 per room, the pool and dining room will be available for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
GROUP ENTRY: If you would like to register more than one player at a time you may do so by printing out the group entry form and emailing, faxing or mailing it to the SCGA. The group entry form is online at: http://www.scga.org/pdfs/SCGAGroupForm.pdf
SCHEDULE: Tee Times beginning at 9:30 a.m. 8 minute intervals
Participant Registration will begin at 8:00 a.m.
CANCELLATIONS / REFUNDS: If participants wish to cancel they may do so by calling or emailing the SCGA Club Services Department at (818) 980-3630 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refund less $15.00 processing fee if requested prior to closing date. 50% refund after the closing date and 48 hours prior to the event. No refunds will be honored within 48 hours of the event.
The SCGA policy on non-member requests to participate in a Member Outing:
If SCGA Members would like to bring a non-SCGA Member, they will be permitted to do so only if there is room for the non-member after the entry closing date. If there is room in the event for the non-member they will be permitted to play at an additional $15 charge. If the site is at capacity, non-members will not be permitted.
Member Outings allow SCGA members to participate in SCGA organized non-competitive golf outings. Member Outings focus on increasing the exposure of the SCGA to more golfers, who may not necessarily participate in SCGA Championship events. The SCGA would like Member Outings to be an opportunity for golfers of all skill ranges to enjoy a fun-filled day of golf with friends at an SCGA member golf course that they may not normally have the chance to play.
Events are open to all members (men and women) of all skill levels, who want to participate in no-pressure golf at a premier course. No Handicap Index required. Bring a group of friends or join us as a single and we’ll pair you with some future friends.
Please note that the each Member Outing will have a dress code in effect that all participants must adhere to. This may include the prohibition of cargo shorts, cargo pants and denim. The dress code will be emailed to each participant with the pairings.
PLAYER CODE OF CONDUCT POLICY:
These include, but are not limited to the following:
1) Willful damage of the golf course or golf course property
2) Club throwing or unnecessary club tossing
3) Offensive or unbecoming language
4) Public criticism of golf course or verbal abuse of SCGA staff, officials, volunteers, host club staff or other contestants
5) Potential endangerment of others
6) Conduct deemed unbecoming
PAUMA VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB:
Framed by the Cleveland National Forest, Pauma Valley Country Club rest in a valley of the San Luis Rey River that is rich in history and today retains the best of Old California. The first residents along the river were small tribes of Indians, and one tribe, the Paumas, took their name from an Indian word which means "spring water." For thousands of years the tribe enjoyed Nature's bounty, with the river and valley providing all that they needed.
As new settlers arrived in the early-to-mid -1900's, they transformed the valley into the rich agricultural area that it is today. Over time, some of those early ranches became the special parcel of land that would be used to create the Pauma Valley Country Club. These early residents and visitors ranged from citrus farmers and cattle barons to Hollywood celebrities, including John Wayne. For many decades the John Wayne Ranch House stood next to what it is now, the 14th tee. Pauma Valley’s potential as the site for a superb golfing facility and residential community was first realized in the early 1950’s.
In 1957, a corporation was formed, and over the next two years the group purchased thousands of acres in the valley. Robert Trent Jones was brought in as a designer of the proposed 18-hole championship golf course. The John Wayne Ranch House served as the Club’s temporary Clubhouse. The golf course was opened for play on November 1, 1960 and within a few years special televised golf matches were held at the course, featuring such well-known golfers as Arnold Palmer and Gary Player.
In July, 1966, The Pauma Valley Country Club Corporation was formed and private memberships were offered. By 1967, the membership was growing, the first subdivision was finished, and construction began on private homes adjacent to the golf course.
The Pauma Valley Country Club continues to operate as a private golf and country club, one of America’s most exclusive hideaways that is dedicated to preserving the charm of Old California and the great game of golf.
15835 Pauma Valley Drive
Pauma Valley, CA 92061
Off Hwy 76, 32 miles east of intersection with I-15 in Oceanside and 14 miles east of intersection with I-15. Entrance directly across from market/restaurant/post office complex. Turn right onto Pauma Valley Dr. for 3/4 –miles to stop sign; right to club.