Invitational tournament contested in honor of
Lakeside Golf Club's finest amateur golfer, Roger
Kelly, who was at the top of California amateur
golf in the 1930's.
The tournament is flighted by handicap, although
every player is eligible to win the overall
competition. Prizes are awarded in each flight, with
all first-place ties broken by sudden-death playoff.
A unique feature of the tournament is the Scotch
Derby with parimutuel betting, held the evening after
the first round of play. The Derby is one of several
social events incorporated into the competition.
Host course Lakeside Golf Club is one of
California's finest with a long history of competitive