Celebrating 50 Years
Dear Fellow members, friends and guests
The flyer will give you information about the 2024 Association Championship tournament.
Please click on the link for more information.
The information will be updated after the May 2023 Association Championship.
SCMAGA Vista Chapter offers a variety of membership options.
These options are based on the date you renew. So the earlier the better!
Renewal after Jan 1st
The level of membership at SCMAGA Vista Chapter provides membership benefits, access to events, and so much more. These members enjoy so many amazing aspects of our exclusive club — you’ll want to join them! Want to find out more about this membership and even more details? Get in touch with us today.
Join SCMAGA Vista Chapter with our Full-Access Annual Status and you’lll feel all the benefits of joining the club and finally understand what all of the talk was about. This membership gives you exclusive access to events, classes, and so much more that happens every day at SCMAGA Vista Chapter.
LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
Dear Fellow members, friends and guests,
David Dominguez - President
The Southern California Mexican-American Golf Association was started in the 1960's as the Southern section of a larger statewide organization. In 1975, the Southern section sought its own identity and was formally incorporated as a nonprofit organization as the Southern California Mexican-American Golf Association (SCMAGA).
While it was originally established to encourage and expand the participation of Mexican-American golfers in the game, membership is available to all golfers of good character regardless of color, creed, national origin or ethnicity. Among its stated purposes are the encouragement, promotion, creating interest in, and advancing the practice and enjoyment of golf in organized competitive events.
There are currently ten chapters located from Los Angeles to San Diego with approximately 800 total members. Each Chapter operates independently through its own elected and appointed officers in conducting its golf and social activities. The Association provides general guidance and direction through the Association by-laws and quarterly meetings of the Executive Committee and Chapter delegates. Members may participate in any other Chapter's tournaments by making arrangements with the respective tournament director. Membership in any of the individual Chapters includes the establishment of a handicap through either the Public Links Golf Association or the Southern California Golf Association, as determined by the Chapter.
While SCMAGA is primarily involved in golf and related social activities, the Association and its Chapters support numerous community-based and regional charities. Also, college scholarships are awarded to deserving students, through Association and Chapter fundraisers. The Association also encourages and supports Junior Golf Programs through the Chapters and at the annual Association Championship Tournament.