Who are we?
We are a group of golfers who love to play golf in a
relaxed, low stress environment. Some of us are high handicappers and
some of us are pretty good. But all of us love our golf and strive
to make the Men's 9-Hole club a fun group to play with.
If you like to
play golf but are having trouble finding someone to play with join our
get great playing partners and a regular tee time.
Who can join?
Regular membership is open to LACC members in good standing.
Associate membership is open to non-LACC members who are sponsored by a
regular member and voted on by the membership.
How do I join?
Fill out the
membership form and send
it along with a check payable to "LACC Men's 9-hole Golf Club" to:
818 Lassen View Drive
Lake Almanor, CA 96137
When do we play?
We play nine holes on Thursday morning each week from May through September on LACC's challenging
Can I join both the LACC
Men's 18 hole and 9 hole clubs?
Yes, but you
will have to pay membership dues to both groups. As the 18 hole
group requires you to maintain a handicap, you will have to join the NCGA
but you can join through the Men's 9-hole club and your NCGA
membership will be valid in the 18 hole club. If you want to join
both clubs and belong to NCGA, you won't have to pay NCGA dues twice.
How do I sign up?
signup sheet is located at the back of the LACC club house near the pro
wishing to play should sign up no later than Tuesday morning of each week. Weekly pairings are
prepared and emailed to members no later than Wednesday morning and are
also posted outside the pro shop.
How much does it cost?
Yearly membership dues are only $10.
Yearly membership in the
Northern California Golf Association is
optional and is
currently $36. New or reinstated NCGA memberships are charged an
additional $10 by NCGA.
Do I need a handicap?
You do not need a handicap to
play in the Men's 9-hole club. But you do need a handicap to play in
most tournaments and to play in the popular Lovey Dovey. Handicaps
are generally established through the NCGA. 9-hole club members are encouraged to join NCGA.
Note to "snowbirds".
What if I don't have a cart?
Many members own their own
cart. Members who don't own a golf cart are paired with those who
do and pay the $4 trail fee.
Who will I be paired with?
A goal of the 9-hole club is to promote fellowship and
allow members to meet and get to know their fellow LACC property owners.
Pairings are done randomly with the goal of mixing players of varying abilities.
I have more questions.
How do I contact you?
President, NCGA: Dale Kiriaze: firstname.lastname@example.org,
NCGA, Bob Lambert:
Treasurer: Phil Parish: