Looking Forward, Looking Back
Rams Hill Now Booking 2021-2022 Season Stay & Play Packages
It was quite a season. And next season will be here before we know it. When we closed the doors of Rams Hill Golf Club for summer on Sunday, June 6, 2021, everyone took a deep breath … and then started looking ahead to November. The agronomy team began drill-and-fill under the lights (pictured) to begin the months-long process of preparing our Tom Fazio-designed golf course for golfers next fall, working to achieve the level of conditioning visitors have come to expect from Rams Hill, maintenance that has garnered Best Conditions honors from Greenskeeper.org in recent years.
Nightime summer work at Rams Hill Golf Club.
And the Stay & Play team is already in full swing for next season as well. Stay & Play Packages in one of Rams Hill’s comfortable Golf Houses, often just a quick cart ride from the Clubhouse, can be booked anytime for November 2021 through May 2022. And if our record-setting just-finished season is any indication, Stay & Play options will fill up quickly, especially on prime-time weekends. Stay & Play Packages are the only way to reserve premium Rams Hill tee times outside the 30-day daily-fee booking window (plus you save a few bucks with Stay & Play rates).
The 2020-2021 season was filled with memorable milestones. Not only did Rams Hill welcome more golfers and set new personal bests in nearly all metrics, we also sold out our two brand-new, fun-filled annual events — The Ramateur (December) and The Clash (May). And the second-coming of The Ramateur is already taking reservations for Dec. 4-5, 2021. In addition, Rams Hill welcomed some of the golf world’s most vibrant personalities. Golf Channel’s “Golf Today” co-host Shane Bacon spent a couple nights in House on the Hill with friends. Newly relocated West Coaster (and golf-travel expert) Matt Ginella of the Firepit Collective joined the field for The Golfer’s Journal event at Rams Hill. And golf nomad photographer Matt Cardis — one of our original Rambassadors — lived on property for a month (much of it in his van) to capture the sights and sounds of all things Rams Hill. You can watch his short film about the experience here.
And despite the challenges presented in unprecedented times, honors continued to poor in recognizing the Rams Hill Experience as exceptional, not only in Southern California but also compared to the rest of the United States. Golfers of the Southern California Golf Association voted Rams Hill the “Best Public Course” for the second year in a row. And just as we closed for summer, Golfweek’s announced its Top 100 U.S. Public Golf Courses — and Rams Hill came in tied for No. 67 among all courses and No. 6 in California.
All of which means we have a lot to live up to when we welcome golfers back in November. But we’re up to the challenge. And we just might have a few new surprises in store for you next season as Rams Hill continues its trajectory toward becoming Southern California’s No. 1 golf destination. We’ll see you next season.