100 years of Tahoe City Golf Course

The original clubhouse at the Tahoe City Golf Course, originally named the Tahoe Tavern Links. | Courtesy TCPUD

Tahoe City Golf Course, the oldest course at Lake Tahoe, celebrates its centennial anniversary during the 2018 season with celebrations on June 8 and 9. Designed by May “Queenie” Dunn-Webb, golf pro and course manager in 1918, this year’s celebrations pay tribute to female athletes, pioneers and North Lake Tahoe history.


On Friday, June 8, the course will host putting and driving contests for all ages using hickory stick putters and throwback equipment. Following the contests, author and Tahoe historian, Mark McLaughlin, will deliver a historical presentation on the Tahoe City Golf Course. Admission is free and subject to space availability.

On Saturday, June 9, the course will host the Two Bills Heritage Golf Tournament with proceeds benefiting the Red Cross and the Tahoe City Recreation Association.

This season, ladies enjoy $19.18 rates on Tuesdays (excluding July 3) with everyone enjoying those rates on Thursdays (excluding July 5).

Kayla Anderson plays a round at the historic course
Mark McLaughlin explores the history of the course

As well, the course will be the temporary home to a portion of golf historian Rick Lund’s extensive collection of historical golf equipment and memorabilia. The exhibit’s centerpiece will be a junior golf club made by and carrying the May Dunn-Webb name.
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