Who We Are And What We Do
In 1934 senior age members at Columbia-Edgewater Country Club, Riverside Golf and Country Club and Portland Golf Club banded together to form an organization known as the Oregon Senior Golfers Association. In 1955 the Junior-Senior Golfers Association of Oregon was formed and was patterned after the older senior association. Clubs welcomed these new associations because of the cash flow they represented and the good will and fellowship they brought with them. Today, the three organizing Country Clubs are joined by the following Country Clubs: Arrowhead, Astoria, Corvallis, Illahe Hills, Juniper, Lost Tracks, Michelbook, Oswego Lake, Pumpkin Ridge, Rock Creek, Royal Oaks, The Reserve, Tualatin, Waverley and Willamette Valley.
Our members enjoy some great golf, fellowship, good food and always a good time.
There are two Divisions defined by Tee preference and age – Hood division which consists of the Blue Tee players and white tee players that were born in 1952 and prior. The Bachelor Division consists of the SR Tee players and those white tee players born in 1953 and after.
The groups will play seven (7) one day events at our member clubs and one Division will have the Central Oregon swing as part of the schedule playing Lost Tracks and Juniper GC.
All of the events are rotated among the clubs to facilitate rotation throughout the 18 participating clubs.
The top 4 Gross and Net players in each flight in the two Divisions , about 80 players, participate in a championship playoff followed by an awards luncheon.
The price for membership is $350 which covers each of the 7 rounds of golf, a Continental breakfast and lunch at each event.
Total membership is limited to 400 members.