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The Federation of Chinese Golf Clubs was formed to foster golf activities among the various Chinese Golf Clubs, primarily on the West Coast of the US. The list has been augmented by the addition of Vancouver, BC, Victoria, BC, and Tucson, AZ as well as Hawaii.
Each year the Federation supports several large tournaments that draw from the memberships of the various clubs. Next year's tournaments are listed to the right, along with information on entering, courses, etc.
If you are interested in participating in one of the member clubs, click on the CLUBS link and go to the website for the club in your area.
>> Reno Tournament - May 19-21 - Hosted by Sacramento Chinese Golf Club. Photos and results are online now in the Reno Blog linked here:
>> 2017 Intercity Tournament - Sept. 1-4 - Hosted by Portland Chinese Golf Club. Information is now online. Time to get signed up.
Big shout out to the team from the Dragons for winning the NCGA Four-Ball Net Championship this year. Chris Chong and Thomas Yee had great rounds at Poppy Hills and Quail Lodge to capture the top prize, one of the first Federation teams to win an NCGA championship. Nice going, guys! More details.
At the "Memorial Day" tournament hosted by the Sacramento Chinese Golf Club, Rocky Yee passed the gavel to Sheila Lee to become the next Federation President, our first woman President. Rocky has been leader for 4 years during which the Federation has set up rotations for the next few years, held tournaments in Tucson and Maui, and has been a very stable force championing golf among friends. We all thank Rocky for a terrific tenure.
New officers for the
Federation have been announced (with an asterisk):
President - Sheila Lee (Foon Hay)
Portland is hosting their
Labor Day weekend event on September 1 – 3, 2017. We will be
playing the Reserve Vineyards and the OGA. Click on this
link to join a great group of golf
enthusiasts in Portland for a fun tournament.
Sheila Lee assumes
her leadership position on June 1 and is looking
forward to learning the position as well as meeting
many of the Federation members in the coming months.
She's an avid golfer and is highly organized. So
expect great things in the coming two years.
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