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Pictured are Max Baer, Ruth Cameron & Jack Dempsey
Pictured is a Life magazine ad promoting Cameron Park
Pictured is Ray Henderson of Dorado Estates greeting Arnold on arrival at Cameron Park Airport.
The 1973 Cameron Park Open is won by Sandra Palmer.
The 1974 Sacramento Union Ladies Classic is won by Cameron Park's Carol Jo Skala-Callison who goes on to win three more times on the LPGA.
Pictured is Carol Jo who is in both the Sacramento and Pacific Northwest Golf Halls of Fame.
Pictured are the 1977 team including Jack Pearson, Bob Cody, John Stripe, Bill Cody, Steve Stripe, John Cody, Rich Ellsworth, Mark Novotny and Tom O'Brien .
Cameron Park is proud to host the Boy's and Girl's Golf Teams of both Ponderosa and Union Mine High Schools.
Joe's team wins.
In May, an "Independence Day" party is held to celebrate the purchase. It's the social event of the year with over 300 members in attendance.
Pictured are Steering Committee members Dick Smith, Nikki Crumley, Jay Masters and Virgil Norwood.
In November, a Grand Re-Opening Party is held which features "the burning of the mortgage" and the lighting of the new fountain on the 9th hole lake donated by Ruth Cameron.
Burning the mortgage are Hank McKinney, Jay Masters, Bob LaVergne and Nikki Crumley.
TJ receives the trophy from former champion, Al 'Mr 59' Geiberger.
Pictured are Jan Westerlin, Jim Clark, Floyd Miller, Dom Nole, Bill Schmidt, Steve Morris, John Palmero, Richard Mohr, Mark Baca, Dave Zweck, Norm Tavalero, Chuck Wherity, Rick Russell, Lou Clayson and Ron Omand.
At UW, Corey won several college titles and been named an Honorable Mention All-American and thrice All-Pac12.
Corey went on to win the ATB Financial Classic on the Mackenzie Canadian Tour and earned promotion to the Korn Ferry Tour.
Thanks to Nikki Crumley, Danny Levine, Steve Morris and Joe Moulton for input and several classic pictures.
Many of the recent photos on this page and throughout the site are the work of Bryan Patrick.
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Cameron Park Country Club offers a full schedule of golf events for every level of participant. Our Men's Club hosts seven Saturday morning tournaments annually. We have monthly Seniors tournaments and active Ladies 9 hole and 18 hole groups. We hold regular Mixed Couple events. Our summer Junior camp and championship have introduced many youngsters to golf. Our teams participate in numerous interclub competitions.
Off the course you can relax in our newly renovated clubhouse that has a bar & grill area, dining room, and patio with a beautiful view that overlooks the course. Social activities include events such as Valentine’s Dinner, Crab Feed, Grand Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt, Grand Mother’s Day Brunch, Family Fun & Fireworks, Summer Concert Series, Wine Dinners, Breakfast with Santa, Christmas Dinner Dance, New Year’s Eve Gala and other fun events.
Here are some of our "majors"...
Our annual member-guest has been played annually since 1967. Our Mens, Ladies and Seniors Goldorado's are popular annual reunions of members and guests of Cameron Park.
Introduced in 2013, the Member-Member has rapidly become one of the most popular weekends of the year.
The Club Championship
Our Club Championship is contested in October in match play.
Cameron Park Country Club is located at 3201 Royal Drive in Cameron Park just off Highway 50 between the Cambridge Road and Cameron Park Drive exits.
Turn north from either exit and take Country Club Drive to Royal Drive. Follow Royal Drive to the club.
Cameron Park Country Club is 5 minutes from Eldorado Hills and less than 10 minutes from Folsom via Highway 50.
- All golfers should check-in at the Pro Shop before playing the course.
- Keep pace with the group in front of you. Typical rounds are completed in 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 hours.
- CPCC is a soft spike facility
- All clothing must be in good repair.
- No non-traditional pants or shorts, tank tops, short shorts, t-shirts, bare midriffs, sweat pants or hooded sweatshirts.
- Pants and shorts are worn at the waist, not sagged.
- Hats are worn facing forward. Men's hats are not worn in the dining room.
- No golf shoes in the upstairs bar or dining areas.
- Bathing suits are allowed in the pool area only.
- Shirts must have collars and sleeves. Turtle necks and mock turtle necks are acceptable.
- Shirts are tucked in. Button down camp shirts and bottom banded shirts may be worn untucked.
- Shorts are acceptable provided they are no shorter than mid-thigh.
- No blue denim is acceptable on the golf course but is allowed in all areas of the clubhouse, provided they don't present holes or ripped.
- Shirts with shoulder straps no less than 3 inches on the course.
- Evening dresses or blouses including spaghetti straps are permitted in the clubhouse.
- Dresses, slacks, shirts and shorts no shorter than mid-thigh