Perimeter Landscape work has begun!


Purpose of TLQMC and BOD


Section 2. PURPOSE OF ORGANIZATION (Section 2) - The purpose of the Club is to promote interaction and good fellowship among members, and encourage active participation of the members in the game of golf in accordance with the rules of the United States Golf Association (USGA) and the Southern California Golf Association (SCGA), except as modified by local rules.


Info on New Local Rule for Ball and Marker Movement on Greens click here

2018 Calendar has been posted under "Event Calendar and Definitions"
Standing Rules Document has been updated on January 1, 2017. This reflects the new local rule for accidental movement of ball or marker on green, change of tee boxes and Sportsmanship policy.
Added a section For Rules Questions and Answers. We will post the questions and answers of recent rules inquiries handled by the Rules Staff.
The TLQMC Roster is now a PDF and includes Spouse names. The Roster portion of the website is now password protected.
October 15, 2017 Handicaps and have been posted on the website.
If you have any Rules Questions, send an email to This will forward your question to our Rules Staff. They will confer and get back to you with an answer. Please limit your questions to those related to the rules of golf. The will not offer relationship advice nor winning lottery numbers. Thank You.
The next TLQMC General Meeting is the Annual Membership meeting scheduled for November 27, 2017.
The Minutes from BOD and General Meetings have been posted under Board Communications.
Monthly President's Letter posted below.


                 October President’s Newsletter 2017


Now we’re talkin! You wake up in the morning, throw open the doors and windows and let that cool air flow in…it’s still a little toasty in the afternoons but perfect weather for golf. But wait, the golf course and all the surrounding golf courses are closed or closing for reseeding. What good is all this fantastic weather when all you’re doing is shopping with the wife? Ok, it does give us a chance to round out our lives while we wait for the courses to reopen, hopefully the first week of November, and the return of all our seasonal friends.


In light of that, Tournament Chair Ed Warman will soon be sending out the information and application for our Welcome Back Memorial Tournament.  Previously this tournament was called the Welcome Back/Wright Memorial. Bill Wright was one of the original members of TLQMC and when he passed away in 2009, this tournament was dedicated to him. Each time one of our fellow members passes it is suggested by some that we rename the tournament to reflect the loss of that member; most recently after the loss of the great Army Levy. This board and previous boards have discussed this issue and indeed the tournament is listed in our Standing Rules as the Welcome Back Memorial Tournament. Given that we are all playing the back nine there will be an increasing number of members who will be joining Army’s foursome. Your board  has decided to retire the current trophy (which is full ) and have a new trophy made that does not reference any individual. Members who have passed will be honored at the awards ceremony held at the conclusion of the tournament. This tournament and its trophy will now represent the renewal of the friendship with our returning members and the remembrance of our members who have passed on. This year it will be held on Monday November 20th and as before will be a blind draw 2 man best ball event. We will have a get together on Sunday evening November 19th to have cocktails, appetizers and of course, a little wagering.


They say seeing is believing and it looks like consistent progress is taking place at Tom Brown’s Bistro and the new grille/sports bar. In a recent “update” sent to Charter Members Brown predicts an October opening for the sports bar and a November opening for the Bistro. We’ll see if these chickens do hatch.  Also there has been a persistent rumor from more than one source that some real work may be done on the bunkers. I know it sounds crazy but you never know.


Green fees for this year’s shoulder season and 2018 will be as follows:


            Rack Rate:                      $139: includes lunch


Resident/homeowner:       $90 w/lunch


            Men’s Club event:         $90 w/lunch


            Lunch for annuals and charters: $12


           Charters & Guests:        $70


            Platinum & Guests:       $60


            Lifetime Guests:           $70


           Charter Annual Single   $5950


Charter Annual Couple $6950


These fees represent only a one dollar increase for Residents and Men’s Club rates, five dollar decrease in Charter rates and $250 and $300 decrease respectively for Charter Single and Couple annual rates.




Now, news regarding the HOA and its Perimeter Landscaping project, hmmm, there is no new news. At the recent HOA Board meeting held on Thursday the 28th a large crowd of homeowners was told there was still no signed contract. We were informed that the contractor had proposed some issues that were unacceptable to the Board. Of course we were not told what these issues were. The reaction by the assembled members was one of disbelief and frustration. The consensus view is that although the current Board leadership may be working hard it is time for results. After six months “coming soon” and a “change of direction” are ringing quite hollow. The only direction we need is forward and we need it now. If you have any questions or comments please contact the HOA Board President Frank Marra at







 Last Updated: Oct. 15, 2017


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