- California State Open
- Women's California State Open
- Oakley Southern California Open
- PGA TOUR Qualifiers
- Champions Tour Qualifiers
- Inland Empire Amateur Championship
The Southern California PGA owns and operates the California State Open. This event is truly “Open” to any amateur with a handicap index of 2.1 or better, any open professional, or any of our PGA Members. This Championship does require Qualifying or Exemptions.
July 19-22, 2016 | Bear Creek Golf Club
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The inaugural Women’s California State Open will be held in October 12-13, 2016 at Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon. The 36-hole Championship will feature a 133 player field of the top professionals and amateurs across the nation offering a nice purse payout.
The Southern California Open is the third oldest golf tourney played in the United States, with the first staged at the Los Angeles Country Club in 1900 and won by amateur Hugh May, who shot 371 for 72 holes. Today, the Southern California Open has a field of 168 players contested over three rounds, with the first and second rounds being played at Monarch Beach Golf Links and Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club. The final round will be held at Monarch Beach Golf Links with 60 & ties making cut. The Southern California Open is excited with the partnership of Oakley in helping to make the purse over $70,000.
The SCPGA operates Pre-Qualifying and Monday Qualifying for all Southern California PGA TOUR events.
2017 Northern Trust Open Pre-Qualifying Sites
Will be announced in December 2016.
2017 Farmers Insurance Open Pre-Qualifying Sites
Will be announced in December 2016.
The SCPGA operates Pre-Qualifying and Monday Qualifying for all Southern California Champions Tour events.
The three day Amateur Championship is contested over Labor Day weekend with a field of over 175 contestants open to amateurs with an index of 10.0 or below. The IE Amateur will showcase three of the finest courses in the Inland Empire, with the first two rounds held at Oak Valley Golf Club and Morongo Golf Club followed by a cut and the final round held at Goose Creek Golf Club. The Championship Flight is open to the first 108 players with a USGA certified index at 3.0 or below. The First Flight is open to players with an index of 3.1 to 6.5, and the Second Flight is open to players with an index of 6.6 to 10.0.
Last Updated: 7/13/2016 | SCPGA Match Play Championship | Last HIO: 1/1/2016
Amount awarded to first Hole-In-One recorded by a member/apprentice in a Section event
2016 SCPGA PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2015 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PGA MAJOR CHAMPIONS
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TEAMS
- Honors Matches
- California Cup Matches
- SCPGA/NCPGA Senior Cup Matches
- AAA North/South Cup Matches
- Southern California Women's Cup Matches
These matches are contested against the SCGA and take the Top 10 SCPGA Professionals based on points (50% of the off year and 100% of the Match year). The Matches are held every other year on the even years. All expenses related to the tournament are covered by the Southern California PGA.
The California Cup are a newly created biennial team matches featuring the SCPGA vs. NCPGA. The 8 player team will be made up of the top players in each Section with two days of competition. The first day will be four ball matches followed by singles on the final day. Team SoCal will be made up of the Section Champion and the top 7 players on PoY standings. These fun matches are to be held in December and rotate every two years.
The Top 24 Seniors from the Senior Player of the Year Points standings are selected to compete annually against the NCPGA. The Matches span two days in Santa Maria and are a treat every year. Player dinner is included.
The top 12 players from the AAA Player of the Year points are selected to compete against the Northern California PGA’s best Assistant’s and Apprentices over two days of Matches. The NCPGA and SCPGA alternate hosting with the SCPGA hosting in event years and NCPGA in odd years. Player expenses are covered by the Southern California PGA AAA Association.
These matches see the Southern California PGA’s top eight women from the Women’s Player of the Year standings play the Top 8 women amateurs from the Women’s Southern California Golf Council in an 18-hole match that includes 9-hole team and singles matches to determine the winners. Golf and food & beverage are covered by the SCPGA Women’s program.