Grandfathers For Golf, based in San Jacinto, CA, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to teaching underprivileged children (and all others) how to play the game of golf, which promotes fellowship, health, discipline, and sportsmanship. We work with school districts to arrange busing to participating golf courses, primarily Golden Era Golf Course in San Jacinto, and Echo Hills Golf Course in Hemet. We also work with the Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) and its Youth on Course program.
GfG is looking forward to resuming it’s classes some time in May. It is our hope that as the pandemic restrictions are loosening we can start classes. It is our plan to reopen slowly for the first session. Limiting the first class size to approximately 20 students. Classes will likely be one day a week at Echo Hills Golf Course.
As soon as we know the opening dates it will be posted. Sign-ups are available now here on our website. Simply hit the “signup” prompt and fill out the application. You will be contacted as soon as we have the date.
GfG classes remain suspended and shall remain suspended for the immediate future. There is no possible way to determine when exactly we might reopen. We here at GfG will be looking for our first clue on reopening when both HUSD and SJSD return to the classroom. Donations are being accepted and can be facilitated clicking on the Donate button on this page or by calling 909-754-4148.