Join the Trojan Golf Club as they compete it this three format event. This is an exciting tournament with three different formats. Four-ball (net best-ball), Pinehurst, (partners each drive and then play their second shot with the other’s ball, after the second shot, they choose which ball to use to complete the hole hitting alternate shots) and Trojan Scramble. First place team awarded $100 certificates.
The per person/double occupancy entry fee includes welcome pairing party, Unlimited golf (Fri noon til Sunday sundown, 2 Early morning Tee times, cart, tournament gift, awards and two nights’ accommodations (Friday 8/30 and Saturday 8/31) at the La Quinta Resort. Participants may play extra rounds Sat or Sunday free on their own.
Spots are still available but not for long, this is a popular weekend so sign up now- Rate good 3 days before and 3 days after for people wanting to extend trip with holiday weekend - Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like additional nights. All courses open. Stadium has $50 surcharge and is 11 days after punching greens
The USC Trojan Golf Club hosts a National Collegiate Golf Championship Local Qualifier. Area Colleges and Universities are invited to play in this two person scramble tournament where the winning team in three divisions goes to the National Championship in Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas package includes Travel Stipend, 2 nights hotel, pairing parties, championship tournament and an outstanding prize package.
Three different divisions and all abilities compete against other schools; Students, Fac/Staff and Alumni/community. All Participants receive a year subscription to Golf World, $10 Golf Smith Certificate, and a great prize package.
Top Overall Team in Student and Non-Student divisions wins paid entry to the National Championship in Las Vegas. Top three teams in each division qualify for nationals. Additional National Entries and Travel awarded based on participation.Visit the NCGC website for complete details on the 2013 NCGC Program.
The competitive branch of the Trojan Golf Club will give top golfers the opportunity to compete against other collegiate golf teams. These competitive events will mirror the template used in team play at the high school and NCAA level. Players who elect to participate in the competitive branch will essentially be on a team, competing against other programs in southern California. Please contact Jonathan Waxman (email@example.com) if you are interested in playing on the competitive team.
Welcome to the 2013 golf season with the USC Trojan Golf Club. There is already a terrific schedule of events planned for the semester and the Club is ready for you to become an active member.
In McDonalds Swim Stadium over by the scoreboard there is a practice putting green to make even the smallest break in class a great time to work on your short game. Look forward to putting contests for prizes and other new and exciting events.
Also be sure to check out our TGC Course Guide, we welcome any comments you may have about the guide.
The golf club now offers secure online payment for all events, merchandise, and lessons through Paypal.
New to the Club?
If you are new to USC, or not yet a member of the Club, we invite you to take a look around the site to see what we are all about. If you have any questions about something on the site, or you'd like even more information regarding what being a member of the Club is all about, feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, if you are ready to join the club, you can fill out this application online and you'll be ready to play in some great events, get terrific discounts, and become a member of the #1 club at USC.
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