Foon Hay Seniors Golf Club 


Pacific Grove

Pacific Grove Golf Club
77 Asilomar Blvd.
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
(831) 648-5775


Road Trip 2017

California Coast


Seascape Golf Club
610 Clubhouse Dr.
Aptos, CA 95003
(831) 688-3214

Foon Hay is going on a road trip to the California Coast for a two-day outing at two really nice courses. You can play one day or two, your choice. Prizes awarded each day. Each day counts towards the 3-round minimum for the year.

If playing two days, it is recommended that you stay over at a hotel in or near Monterey, and that you make reservations in advance.

We are lining up a nice restaurant for dinner the first night in Monterey. Reasonable price, good food, convenient location. Details will go out via the email group.

Phyllis Gee is lining up activities for non-golfing spouses. Her plans will be announced in plenty of time to join in. We encourage everyone to get involved in this year's Roadtrip. Be sure to let us know if non-golfers will be joining us.

Tournament Specs:

Tuesday-Wednesday,  July 11-12


Pacific Grove Golf Club
Seascape Golf Club

First Tee Time:

Tuesday 11:30 pm
Wednesday 10:30 am


Individual Medal Play by Flight
Tees: TBA
Closest to Pin: TBA
Additional Prizes for 2-Day Total

Tournament Fees:

$70 - green fees, cart, prize fund for Pacific Grove
$50 - green fees, cart, prize fund for Seascape
$5 - to participate in Skins game each day

Entry Form


Tuesday, June 22

Entry Procedure:

1) Click here to send your email entry to the Tournament Chair <> ASAP! Francis Wong will be taking the entries for July.

2) Then click here to obtain the entry form. Print it out, fill it out, write your check, then send it to the tournament chairman before June 22.

3) Be sure to check the entry form if you would like to be included in having dinner after golf on Tuesday evening after playing Pacific Grove.


Pacific Grove:

Originally designed by Chandler Egan in 1932, the first nine holes take you through the forested areas of Pacific Grove. Egan's nine takes you through an inland terrain and reflects much of the charm of an English rural course done in the old style.

The back nine was designed by Jack Neville, the original designer of the Pebble Beach Links. It opened in 1960, and is laid out in true links design over dunesland that approaches the sea.

Over looking the course is the Point Pinos Lighthouse. Built in 1855, it is the longest continuously operating lighthouse in California. It is a historical sentinel and picturesque landmark of the golf course.

A scenic tour of the dramatic coastline provides views of Lover's Point, Point Pinos, Crespi Pond and the natural dunesland at Asilomar. You will be enchanted by the abundance of natural wonders such as the plentiful Pacific Blacktail Deer, seals, sea lions, sea otters, pelicans and gulls.


Seascape Golf Club, located in the city of Aptos, offers guests a spectacular day of golf and relaxation on its 6,034-yard 18-hole golf course, and continues to be one of Northern California’s most distinguished courses.

Originally, Rio Del Mar Country Club, Seascape Golf Club is a classic 18-hole layout perched on the coast highlands of the Monterey Peninsula. Opened in 1926, the course was actually shut down during World War II when it served as a "victory garden" to help grow crops for the nation's war effort. After the war, it came back with its new name, but old charm.

The golf course is just a half mile from the Pacific Ocean, but it's largely protected by Monterey Pines and Eucalyptus trees that surround it. Seascape Golf Club features well-maintained fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and small tricky greens.

Updated 3/08/17