TRADITIONAL PIONEER PASS GOLF CHALLENGE LOOKING FOR EXTREME GOLFERS

TRADITIONAL PIONEER PASS GOLF CHALLENGE LOOKING FOR EXTREME GOLFERS

A long-time Morongo Basin tradition, the Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge, continues this September. Reporter Taylor Thacker tells us how to sign up for the ultimate in extreme golf…
The tradition of extreme golf for charity continues this September with the Rotary Club of Yucca Valley. The Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge is a golf course that takes place on a mountain and was originally started in 1959 as an attempt to get a road through from Big Bear to Yucca Valley. The communities rallied together, joined by the Marine Corps, and dug a path for this road. The Golf Challenge came as a promotional idea to draw attention to the road concept. Today, the road is still just dirt, but the Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge lives on! This event lasts two days on September 6 and 7 in Big Bear. Registration fees are $130 per person and include golf fees, lunch and dinner fees, and prize opportunities. Proceeds from this event benefit the Miracle League and the Morongo Basin Historical Society. For more information, call 760-365-3315. Sign up if you dare!

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