• 2015 Golf Hall of Fame Nominations being accepted

    In 1996, the Long Beach Golf Hall of Fame was created to recognize those people "who had left their mark on golf in Long Beach". Past inductees include, PGA Tour winners, coaches, volunteers, club pros and accomplished amateurs. Read More
  • Trees, Trees, Trees!

    Throughout November, December and January, some significant work was completed relative to the trees on all of the City of Long Beach golf courses. Between American Golf and the City’s Golf Capital Improvement Fund, approximately $150,000 was spent during this time on tree trimming, removals and plantings. El Dorado GC Read More
  • Summary of 2014 Capital Improvement Projects on Long Beach Courses

    Since American Golf took over the operation of the City's golf course system in 1984, 10% of every green fee has been deposited into a Capital Improvement Fund for reinvestment into our courses. With the Municipal Bond-financed rebuild of Skylinks GC in 2004, there is approximately $500,000 that is available Read More
  • Eric Meichtry Wins 2014 Long Beach Open

    Murrietta's Eric Meichtry became the second person to win the Long Beach Open more than once, when he won his second title on July 27, 2014. Meichtry finished the 72-hole event at 21-under par, edging Ben Geyer of Arbuckle and Nick Sherwood of Albany, Oregon. Meichtry joined Utah's Todd Fischer Read More
  • Paul Goydos Records First Champions Tour Win

    Paul Goydos, a member of the Inaugural Class of the Long Beach Golf Hall of Fame, and two-time PGA Tour winner, recorded his first victory on the Champions Tour on September 21, 2014. Shooting rounds of 66-63-68 for a total of 19-under par, Paul edged Fred Funk and Scott Dunlap Read More
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Golfer Poll

Jordan Spieth has already won a Major Championship this year. Who will win the most majors in 2015?