On Saturday, November 12th is the annual “Four Club” tournament.  As the tournament title states, you will only be allowed 4 clubs. So grab your best/favorite 4 sticks and leave the rest in the trunk of your car.  The format is an individual net stroke play event played from the white tees.  If you have ever had the desire to walk 18 holes this would be a great round to do so given your golf bag will be so light!!!

Sign up sheet will be out soon…….

Congratulations to the team of Mark Dawson and Walter Knack who were victorious as the 2022 Member/Member champs.  They shot a 2 day score of 208 which was enough for a 1 stroke victory.  The team of Kyle Cullum and Todd Knight finished in 2nd place with a score of 209.  Coming in 3rd place with a score of 210 was the team of Mike Neace and Tim Sweeny

When you have signed up for a Wednesday or Saturday Men’s Club golf tournament, here is a guideline for streamlining the process:

On arrival:

  • Please go to the tournament check-in table which is usually located inside the restaurant.  There you will pay for your entry fee and have the option of buying into the gross skins, net skins and Hole in One pots.  These are individual pots and they are optional.  At check in and if needed, they will have the tournament format sheet or notify you of any course conditions that you need to be aware of.  Please treat Reni, Sandi and Marci like queens, as they are an enormous help in making our tournaments so successful!
  • Next, head to the Pro Shop and pay for you green fees.  Also, check to make sure they are on time.
  • Plan to give yourself at least 30 minutes to take care of tournament check-in and green fees.
  • Driving range, you can pull in the range parking lot and hit balls before checking-in or grab a cart after your tournament check-in/green fees are paid and head over and hit  balls.  Either way, plan accordingly.

On the course:

  • It is extremely important that you keep pace with the group in FRONT of you and not behind you!!!  The course management is adament that 18 holes of play is accomplished in 4 1/2 hours or less.  So please play ready golf including moving on to the next tee box before entering scores on the scorecard.
  • Fill your divots and repair your ball marks on the greens.  It is our responsibility to help keep the course in good condition, so when you are filling in your divot or repairing your ball mark, don’t be shy about filling or repairing another one you see.

After the round:

  • Each foursome will have an offical scorecard.  In addition, another scorecard should also be keep, that way scores can be double checked within the group.  On the 10th tee box confirm the front nine scores match on both scorecard, this will speed up the process of totaling the final scores after play has been completed.  Also, if there is a game going on within the group, please do not use the offical scorecard for this.  Lastly, before dropping the offical scorecard off at the scoring table or scorecard box, make sure the scorecard is signed and attested.  Once this is done all scores on the offical card can not be changed.


  • Once you have signed up for a tournament, it is your responsibility to show up.  We understand that emergencies or plans change, and if that happens up to the day before the tournament, you need to contact the Tournament Director for the tournament that you signed up for.  This gives them the opportunity to modify the tee sheet and let the Pro Shop know of the changes.  If you need to cancel the morning of the tournament, you will need to contact the Pro Shop directly and let them know.  Failure to do so can result in suspension from future tournament play or being responsible for your green fees.
  • Wednesday Tournament Director, Terry Fiero   949-939-8608
  • Saturday Tournament Director, Garrett Szubielski   949-633-1494
  • San Juan Hills Pro Shop   949-493-1167 x1







Congratulations to the following Champions………….

2022 Club Champion, Taylor Casper.  TC shot scores of 66, 76 and 67 for a 3 day total of 209 which lead to a 2 shot victory.  This win was his 4th SJHMGC Club Championship victory in the last 8 years.  Taylor will represent the Men’s Club at the SCGA Tournament of Champions in December at Red Hill CC.  He is also a past winner of this event back in 2014!

Net Champion, Mike Haffty.  Mike pulled off a 1 stroke victory and will represent the Men’s Club at the SCGA Net Club Championship.

Senior Net Champion,Terry Fiero.  Terry might have pulled off the Championship hattrick with past victories as Club Champion and Net Club Champion to go along with his Senior title.  He will represent the Men’s Club next at the SCGA Net Club Championship.

Gentlemen, play well at the SCGA Championships, we know you will do a great job representing our Men’s Club!!!