• 2017 Capital Project Recap

    2017 Capital Project Recap

    Full Gallery BelowTen percent of every green fee on each of the City of Long Beach golf courses goes into a Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Fund to allow continual reinvestment into our municipal golf courses, which are a true asset of the City. In 2017, just a little under $1,100,000 Read More
  • Veteran's Day

    Veteran's Day

    Once again, the City of Long Beach Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine and American Golf Corporation will honor active or retired military members who possess proper identification, by offering ½ off of the green fee rate they would normally be charged on Veteran’s Day, November 11th. Holiday rates will be Read More
  • Parks Recreation and Marine Golf Advisory Committee

    Parks Recreation and Marine Golf Advisory Committee

    In May of 2012, the Long Beach City Council approved the formation of a Golf Advisory Committee that reports to the Director of the City’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine in order to afford public input and comment on the City’s Golf Operation and act as a sounding board Read More
  • 2017 Long Beach Golf Festival Recap

    2017 Long Beach Golf Festival Recap

    The 2017 Long Beach Golf Festival came to a successful conclusion on Sunday, July 30, when Bryan Martin of Thousand Oaks (who has teed it up in many past LBGF events including not just the Open but Men’s City and Match Play) cruised to a 5-shot victory with a total Read More
  • 2017 Long Beach Golf Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

    2017 Long Beach Golf Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

    The Long Beach Golf Hall of Fame, created in 1996 to recognize those individuals who “left their mark on Golf in Long Beach”, will be welcoming two new members in 2017. The two new members are Larry Grant and Mike McMonegal. Larry Grant – Larry was born in Long Beach and Read More
  • Footgolf Comes to Little Rec

    Footgolf Comes to Little Rec

    At a celebratory “Kickoff Ceremony” on Saturday, March 12, the City of Long Beach began a 6-month trial of FootGolf at Recreation South GC, commonly referred to as “Little Rec”. Combining golf and soccer, FootGolf players kick a #5 soccer ball from a tee box into a 2 ½ foot Read More
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Popular Bruckner Captures 2015 Long Beach Open

The 2015 edition of the Long Beach Golf Festival – created in 1989 to provide a top-quality competitive golfing experience for every level and type of golfer – came to a close when former PGA Tour and current Champions Tour member Greg Bruckner calmly two-putted the 18th hole at El Dorado Park GC to cap a 20-under par winning performance in the Long Beach Open. Returning on the Monday of the Long Beach Open after making the cut in the British Senior Open in England, Bruckner teed off early on Thursday at Skylinks and coasted to an opening round of 9-under par 63, and backed that up with a 6-under par 66 at El Dorado. Bruckner played steady 5-under par golf on the weekend to edge Cory Gard and Martin Trainer by one shot for the win.

Low amateur honors went to Daniel Chian of Long Beach State, who shot an 8-under par score of 280. After the conclusion of the Long Beach Open, the Long Beach Golf Hall of Fame recognized 7 people who were inducted into a 20th year Emeritus Class (designed to recognize people who had worthy careers, accomplishments or contributions but who had passed away or been overlooked over the years), and the 2015 Induction Class. For results of all of this year’s Golf Festival events, please visit the Festival website at www.lbgolffestival.com. For more information on the Long Beach Golf Hall of Fame>>

 

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