Founded by Manuel (Lito) Vallejo and group of friends in 1988, Superior Golf Club International is a private and nonprofit 501C exempt status membership golf club. The business and affairs of the Club is managed by an elected five members of the Board of Directors with the collective authority to provide oversight to all Club activities that is administered by appointed qualified executive and staff led by the President in accordance with its constitutional by-laws. The By-Laws and its Amendments serve as the governing document of the structure of the Club.
SGCI started with small group of Filipino-American friends whose primary objective is to get together, play golf for fun and have a great time during and after the game each month on golf courses within the Southern California area. Today the Club has about 80 active members of diverse group in all racial ethnicity that brings a unique perspective to everything we do. We are a group of serious golfers in all skill levels that consists of Doctors, Engineers, IT’s, Business Owners in the field of Health Care Providers, Realtors, Dentists, Accountants, parents and hardworking individuals. Our overall goal is one where members enjoy an environment of friendship blended with the spirit of competitive golf.
Membership with SGCI has its own privileges. Members are given an opportunity to compete through the Club’s organized and very competitive monthly tournaments mostly in shotgun format, which include the following competition;
The format of this competition consists of the Regular and Playoff in all categories for Nicklaus, Palmers and Player Divisions. Superior Cup Points is awarded to each player from monthly tournaments in all categories in accordance with individual rankings for point distributions. The points earned are double during Major tournaments. The winners for Nicklaus, Palmers and Player will receive prizes including the opportunity to represent SGCI to the prestigious Tournament of Club Champions hosted by SCGA in Palm Springs usually held during the month of December.
Prizes for Medal Winners
The lowest Net and Gross winners for each monthly tournament on all Divisions will receive trophies including the closest to the Pin contests.
Additionally SGCI has embraced the philosophy of charitable giving through golf fund raising events. As an organization that works to promote philanthropic activities, one of SGCI’s mission statements as specified in our Constitutional By-Laws is to host golf fundraising events. For some time now, SGCI has been actively involved in fundraising activities in an effort to raise funds for our less privileged kababayan in the Philippines and locally. We also have extended our commitment to help other organizations set up, organize and administer their own fundraising golf tournaments through our bonafide members.