The Bay Area Pinseekers Golf Club is one of the largest and most active associate clubs of the NCGA. We're unique in that we don't claim a home course. Our group of avid golfers prefers the flexibilty to play the wealth of amazing golf courses in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
We have 100+ active members and host handicapped tournaments during the week twice each month. We play a wide variety of courses througout the year, including the opportunity to play some of The Bay Area's marquee, private courses.
While we're always excited to hear from golfers interested in joining us, we've intentionally limited membership in the club to 110 golfers. This isn't an attempt to create "exclusivity". It's simply the number that allows us to most effectively manage our tournament schedule. If you'd like to be considered for membership as space becomes available, please fill out the application through the link below.
Welcome to the 2018 tournament season. Please use our newly redesigned website throughout the year to keep informed of club events, tournaments, and news. The website is designed to work best with the CHROME web browser. The website allows members to sign up for events directly through the site and more. The 2018 Tournament schedule posted on the site is a TENTATIVE , so please do not print it out and use it as gospel. Refer often to the website to get the latest updates.
WELCOME TO OUR NEWEST MEMBERS:
John Schmolke, Gillian Silva, David Cornell, Don Gates, Richard Myers, Evans Andropoulos, Sam Blake,
Martin Brady, Jon Mullin, Amado Pujol, Robert Thomas and Cary Wiese
Last year's runner-up came back to win the Club Championship, edging out both Gene Ho and Kathleen Nagle!!!
With 449 points, Jeff , in spite of a late season back injury, squeeked out the championship by just 4 points over last year's champ, Dean McCurry!!!
Roy and Paul played well and strong through out the entire competition to win a well deserved Memorial Cup trophy!!!
Metropolitan Golf Links is a Fred Bliss and Johnny Miller designed links course in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area. This Oakland, CA public play golf course features vistas of the Bay Bridge, the San Francisco skyline, the Oakland hills and the Peninsula.
The Richmond Country Club is a four-time PGA Tour stop. Ben Hogan played and competed here alongside Byron Nelson, Harold McSpaden, Ed Dudley, Tony Penna, and Craig Wood. Sam Snead won the 1945 Richmond Open with a 72-hole winning score of 283.
Bill Patterson: Low Gross: 86 & Don Orlando: Low Net: 88 net 71
Low Gross: John O'Shea 79 & Low Net: Mickey Griffin: 101 net 65