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 2017 tournament season and our new website. Our goal for the site has been four-fold.
We wanted to give the site a modern look and feel, including a mobile-friendly layout.
We looked to improve the functionality - Giving our members the ability to sign up for events directly through the site and more.
WELCOME TO OUR NEWEST MEMBERS: Tom DeRoza, Steve Fajardo, Lee Ginn, Cary Goldberg, Phil Kagel, Louis Kroll, Tom Lovely,
John O'Shea, Randy Ritter, Craig Stevens, and Tim Wallace
Wynn Smith has won the Club Championship, edging out Bill Patterson on the 18th hole.
With a whopping 519 points, Dean easily secured the 2016 Tourney Points championship.
Karen Treat & Bob Harley came from behind to force a 1 hole playoff over Cannady & Brunetti.
The course is characterized by rolling fairways that are lined with mature indigeneous trees. At this par-72 layout, the putting surfaces are maintained impeccably and require close observation to down grain break towards "the river".
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.
Low Net - Flight A: Dean McCurry - Gross 83/Net 67
Low Net - Flight B: Tom Boersig - Gross 90/Net 68
Low Net - Flight A: Kenny Langston - Gross 83/Net 67
Low Net - Flight B: Meg Andrews - Gross104/Net 71
Low Net - Flight A: Jim Breazeale - Gross 84/Net 64
Low Net - Flight B: Dave Wallace - Gross 95/Net 70