Indian Creek men's golf club

Since 1969

​​NCGA Handicap

Andy Clark

Ph: 916-987-1709


Rick Walker

Ph: 916-698-0214


Harold Carruthers

Ph: 916-983-6871


2021 Awards Banquet Video

2022 Gross Birdie Challenge

2022 Net Birdie Challenge

​Club Bylaws


NCGA/USGA Handicap Index 

As of 4 January 2022

(handicap questions should be

 directed to Andy Clark)

Flight Assignments

​1st:   0 - 12 

2nd: 13 - 19

3rd:  20 and up



Tournament Winners & Sandbaggers

Tournament Participation

Skins Winners & Birdies

Putting Statistics


Gary Gehrts

Ph: 916-412-1924



​1/23/2022- We had a fantastic turnout at the Creek yesterday with 46 players! I want to welcome a couple new members, Terry Keys and Todd Johnson. They joined our club this year and participated in their first tournament. Todd even won a skin to take home a prize.

Our low score of the day went to Paul Emery, who shot an incredible 10 under net 54 to easily claim the 1st place prize in the third flight. Cliff Eby and Greg Rose were 2nd and 3rd place respectively.

Nathan Johnson continued his hot start to 2022, going 2 under 62 to win the 2nd flight. Jason Powers took home 2nd place and Norb Huber, who was a foot away from a hole in one on hole 6, took 3rd. The first flight went to Rick Walker who will take home a nice pay day with the fewest putts and a skin to boot. Brian Rasler took 2nd place while new member Bill Millar took 3rd. The rest of you will have to be happy with the 49ers upsetting the Packers last night. As a NY Giants fan, I'm curious what it's like to have your team participate in a playoff game, let alone with one.  

The next tournament is February 5 and it's called Nassau (I don't know why it has that name). It's regular stroke play but instead of paying out the top three scores in each flight, I pay a winner for the best front 9, best back 9, and best overall score. If you have a great day, you could take the whole pot. 

A couple of rules: It looks like the bunker on Hole #2 has been fixed, so it's no longer ground under repair. Not that we'll hit into that trap. 

The wet area between the fairways on 5 and 7 is ground under repair. The area is marked with ropes. You can take relief from that (one club length no closer to the hole). You also can play it there if you want, if for some reason it's a better shot for you. 

We'll see you in two weeks! 


Club Officers - 2021


Matt Quinn

Ph: 916-778-8543