We make it easy to meet new friends! You can join our men’s or lady’s clubs or one of leagues for some FUN competition.
Get together with your friends and form a team or come alone and we’ll find you a team. We’re forming leagues of five teams that will play with a team of 4 golfers in a scramble or best-ball format.
The first week you will play with your three team mates in a scramble format. Your score will be against another team that night and every week. You’ll have a chance to play each team in the league once and the best two records will face off the sixth week for the championship.
Since many of us take a vacation during the Summer it is a good idea to have a sub ready to go when one of your team mates can’t make a match.
Our League Programs
What you need to know:
- New leagues begin Tuesday, September 2 at 10:00 AM also Wednesday, September 3 at 5:30 PM
- For who? For anyone who wants to play
- Where? To be played on our new par-three Mif golf course
- Cost? The green fee and we include a small bucket of balls
- We need players to register a week before at either the driving range shop or online below:
Please contact Kris Moe at email@example.com or 510-747-7827 for more information.
Alameda Men’s Golf Club
The Alameda Golf Club was founded at the Chuck Corica Golf Complex in 1928 and is one of the
oldest clubs in the bay area. It is open to 400 active male members. The club provides its members
with membership in the NCGA and handicap maintenance. In addition, club members can compete
in 15 club tournaments (open to all handicap levels) as well as putting tournaments each year. No
entry fee is charged for these tournaments and prizes are awarded in all flights. Members only pay
a resident green fee for tournament rounds. The club also holds an annual Christmas Party for its
members. The annual fee to join is $120 for men who are current GHIN members and $130 for those
who are not. The Alameda Golf Club has a few openings and there is currently no waiting list to join.
Membership application forms can be picked up at the golf course or found on the club’s website at
Alameda Women’s Golf Club (18 hole PWGA club)
Now accepting membership applications.
We are friendly and social with weekly play and major tournaments. There are 80 members in our club, over 50 of them active players. We play on Thursdays, starting at 8:30. To be a member you should be able to play to an Alameda course handicap of 33. That would be a score around 105 on either of these courses. If you are not handicapped we will assist you in obtaining one. The cost to join our Club in 2014 is $105 including PWGA dues and initiation fee.
Alameda Women’s 9-Hole Golf Club
The Alameda Women’s 9-Hole Golf Club is a 9-hole club that meets Mondays at the Chuck Corica Golf Course in Alameda. Tee off is at 8:00 am, however, check in time is 30 minutes before players’ tee times. Dues are $58 a year plus $5 initiation fees payable after approval for membership. Green fees are $19 for walking. Weekly tournament fees are $3 after becoming a member and having a 9-hole handicap established. There is a screening process for new members. If you are interested in joining our club or have any questions please contact Membership Chairman, Marietta Brown, at (510) 393-6029 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alameda Seniors Club
The Chuck Corica Senior Golf Club plays on Tuesday mornings, with starting times beginning at 8:00 am. The Senior Club also hosts one shotgun tournament per month, generally on the last Thursday with an 8:30 am shotgun time. Joining the club is a great way to enjoy the wonderful game of golf with other senior players!
Click Here to download the membership application
The Alameda Commuters Golf Tournament is the oldest golf tournament in Alameda’s history. Now in its 86th year at the Chuck Corica Golf Complex, it is referred to as Northern California’s Premier Amateur Golf Event. The event is played at 72 hole stroke play format. A field of 208 golfers whom are some of the best amateurs from around the west coast are assembled for a 36 holes qualifier with 18 played on the Earl Fry North and Jack Clark South. After 36 holes the field is cut to low 50 and ties with the final 36 holes being played on the Earl Fry North Course. Any amateur with an Index of 5.2 or less, is welcome to enter the “Commuters”.
Click Here to view more information about the Alameda Commuters Golf Tournament.
If you can’t find a club or league that suits your needs, give us a call and we’ll see if we have enough folks like you to put something together!
If you need to work on your before the season check our Get Golf Ready sessions.