Fullerton Golf Course, the world’s oldest golf course on the west coast, has announced plans to host a children’s charity event for the first time.
The Gugendorgen will celebrate its 75th anniversary on September 1, 2018, with the first of its four new courses being completed.
The new courses are being built at Fullerton, Yolanda Golf Course and Rockridge Golf Course in Orange County.
The event will feature a children-only event and be hosted at the first new golf course in Orange county since the park was opened in the 1950s.
“It’s going to be the largest outdoor event for children’s charities in Orange counties history,” said Fullerton’s Mark Stedman, who is a member of the park’s board.
“There will be a great opportunity for kids to see the park, learn about the history and the history of the city of Fullerton and see what it means to the community,” he said.
“And it’s a wonderful opportunity to show what the GUG is all about.”
Guggenheiser has been working on the golf course since 2013.
“The idea was born in 2015 and it has taken us a long time to get it built,” he told ABC News.
But the project has been a long-time dream for the golfing community in Orange, with construction beginning in 2015.
Construction began on the new courses at Fullertons new Yolandah golf course just north of Orange City in 2017.
Yolanda and Rockriver are part of the Gaggenheim Heritage National Park, a national park in Orange.
“I’m proud of the people who have worked so hard to get this started,” Mr Stedeman said.
“We’re a small community, and we’re going to make a huge difference.”
“The GUG’s mission is to help people and children understand the power of the natural environment and to take ownership of their future.”‘
It’s the perfect opportunity to bring in a lot of the community together’Fullerton Golf Club, which was built in 1952, is one of the oldest golf courses in the world, dating back to the 1930s.
Its course layout includes a 13,000-yard par-5 course, as well as a 6,000 yard par-4, 8,000 and 9,000 yards par-3 and 5,400 yards par 4.
Golfers can take in views of the Pacific Ocean, Santa Ana and Lake Tahoe.
The golf course is the first to have been constructed in Orange City since the parks opening.
For the next 50 years, Fullerton will host events to raise money for the park and support community programs.
“These events are really fun, fun events,” said Dr Kelly Ewing, a Guggentheiser board member and director of the National Parks Association.
“They bring the community into the community and give us an opportunity to do our jobs.”
Every year, the community makes a big impact.
That’s really exciting for us.
“The park is one half of a multi-million dollar partnership between the National Park Service and the National Trust for Historic Preservation to protect the park for the future.
A special event in 2017 raised over $100,000, with more than $10 million raised through golf.
Families are invited to donate their golf carts to the event, and it is also open to the public to come and watch the event.”
Our golf course provides a lot to the local community,” Mr Ewing said.