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 flexibility to play the wealth of amazing golf courses in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. We have reached our maximum at 110 active members and host handicapped tournaments during the week twice each month. We play a wide variety of courses through out the year, including the opportunity to play some of The Bay Area's marquee, private courses. We currently have a wait list for new membership.
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. WE CURRENTLY HAVE A WAIT LIST.
Please use our WEBSITE throughout the year to keep informed of club events, tournaments, and news. The website allows members to sign up for events directly through the site and more. The Tournament schedule posted on the site is subject to change, so please refer to the website often to get most current information. The website is designed to work best with the CHROME web browser. CLICK the Circular ARROW on TOP LEFT CORNER OF YOUR BROWSER or CtL + R TO REFRESH YOUR BROWSER to ENSURE YOU HAVE CURRENT VERSION. WELCOME TO OUR NEWEST MEMBERS: Richard Reed, Zach Thigpen, Steve McDonough, Dennis Byerley, Vincent, Partusch, Rich & Lonita Villalobos, Dave McLaughlin, Michael Peeler, Ramon Valasco, Bill McGourty, Doug Patterson, Mark Miller, Rocky Wolf, Lynette Fitzgerald, Jay Felch, and John McNelis
Tom Natividad is our 2022 Match Play Champion. Bravo!!!
Congratulations to Dean McCurry, our back to back Champion, who edged Cesar Ramil by 32 points to capture the Trophy for the 2nd year in a row!!!
Bob Wolf and Tom Boersig edged Don Carlson and Mario Rollolazo to take this year’s CUP in a tightly contested final match at Metropolitan GC / 2 and 1!
January 21, 2023
Payment Deadline: January 23, 2023
The 18-hole 72-par Dollar Ranch course designed by Robert Muir Graves has moderate elevation changes & five sets of NCGA rated tees. The back tees at 6,075 yards has a course rating of 69.5 with a slope of 124. The white tees at 5,763 has a course rating of 68.3/121 for men and 73.0/131 for women. There is also a Combo of white and red tees that plays to 5,428 yards with a rating of 66.8/116. The red tees are 5,333 yards with a rating of 66.3/115 for men and 70.2/126 for women. The forward gold tees are 4,707 yards and are rated at 63.7/108 for men and 66.6/116 for women.
February 5, 2023
Payment Deadline: February 10, 2023
This 18-hole, par 69 golf course was artfully designed by Ted Robinson. The course features tees and greens that gently roll beneath beautiful vistas of Mount Diablo. The lakes and a myriad of bunkers on this San Ramon Valley golf course place an emphasis on accurate play.
February 23, 2023
Payment Deadline: March 1, 2023
The Course at Wente Vineyards opened in July 1998. Designed by golfing great Greg Norman, the 18-hole championship course is a picturesque 7,181-yard, par-72, upscale, daily-fee golf course tucked away in the scenic Livermore Valley.
March 4, 2022
Payment Deadline: March 7, 2023
We created a flowing sequence of unique and memorable holes that add up to an unforgettable golfing experience. Hole #18 stands out as one of the most strategic and dramatic closing holes in the Bay Area. Happy Valley Creek meanders across the Par 5 no less than three times to set up the hole. Nestled in the valley floor with large oak trees framing the vista, players will need to navigate the hole with three accurate shots to avoid the creek and the strategically placed bunkers to reach the large rolling green. This hole along with #17 can prove to be round killers. A great track though.
January 24, 2023
Low Gross went to Mark Miller with an 83. Low net in the "A" flight went to Phil Kagel, 88 net 73. Low net in the "B" flight went to Dave Wallace, 98 net 69.