Maps of Popular Southern California Golf Facilities Special Calendar of Events

DALLAS – Meadowlark Golf Club – a historic fee-paying facility a few miles from the Pacific Ocean in the heart of Huntington Beach, Calif. – kicks off its centennial celebration in July with a full lineup of golf, culinary and musical events centered on the community .

Founded in 1922, owned by the City of Huntington Beach and managed by Arcis Golf, the centerpiece of Meadowlark is a classic golf course designed by William P. Bell, who also designed or co-designed Riviera, Bel-Air, l Stanford University and many others. Other courses in the Western United States The Club also offers top-of-the-line amenities and exceptional customer service, earning it regular recognition as one of Southern California’s favorite daily pay-to-play establishments.

The 5,609-yard par 70 course is an excellent example of old-school architecture in which the course is left completely natural. Large stands of mature trees frame gently rolling fairways and undulating greens, scenic waterholes, strategically placed bunkers, and native flora and fauna.

The club also has an expansive golf driving range open to the public with a 35-station night-lit driving range and short game area. A young Tiger Woods, who grew up in the area, practiced at Meadowlark during his youth.

“Meadowlark Golf Club is dedicated to serving its community and providing golf and experiences that are accessible to all,” said Blake Walker, Founder and CEO of Arcis Golf, who took over the club eight years ago. year. “It has a rich history, an exceptional course design pedigree and has long been a popular gathering and training ground for golfers in the area.”

The Centennial Celebration Shotgun kicks off July 1 with a tournament sponsored by Srixon Golf, featuring Riip Beer Company, Dueling Ducks Brewing Company, Chapman Crafted and other local breweries, on-course competitions, a robust tournament package (cooler , golf balls, bottle of water, tees and towel) and over $1,500 in prizes. A portion of every registration fee will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Huntington Valley.

“This is an important milestone for Meadowlark,” said general manager Derek Uyesaka. “My team is committed to making this memorable for all of our guests and we look forward to continuing the celebration throughout 2022.” Uyesaka noted that the launch event and all others throughout the celebratory year will include charitable elements to support deserving local causes, an ethos that aligns with Arcis Golf’s core philanthropic values.

Executive Chef Rachelle Le, whose signature dishes and signature cocktails are featured daily at the Club’s Lark Ness Café, planned the menu for the full lineup of events, which also includes a Friday night concert series, 100 Beers of Orange County Beerfest (August 27), Cien Años de Meadowlark, in association with sponsor Nosotros Tequila in September, and a Roaring Twenties-themed Halloween event in October. Further details and prices can be found on the club’s website at

Meadowlark Golf Club is one of six Southern California golf properties owned and/or managed by Arcis Golf: Los Robles Greens fee-paying facilities in Thousand Oaks, David L. Baker Golf Course in Fountain Valley and the Tierra Rejada Golf Club at Moorpark, plus the private Valencia Country Club and The Oaks at Valencia in the northern part of Los Angeles County.

For more information, access the website at www.meadowlarkgc.comand to learn more about Arcis Golf, visit

About Arcis Golf

Based in Dallas, Arcis Golf is the premier operator of approximately 70 public and private golf clubs in the United States and an industry leader, providing dynamic leadership through unparalleled golf and lifestyle amenities. The innovative, best-in-class management team is reimagining the modern club experience and committed to improving service levels, amenities and programming to broaden guest appeal across all of its properties. Phone: (214) 722-6000. Website:

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