About Us

The Happy Hackers is a co-ed club and membership is open to golfers of all playing abilities. Handicaps are not required.

The Happy Hackers are currently scheduled to play one nine-hole tournament scramble per month. The scrambles are held March through October followed by a social event after some of them. The scrambles are held on Saturdays and there is a fee for the tournament. Green fees and cart fees are additional and paid for at the Golf Shop prior to playing.


To sign-up as a new member, application registration is online at https://rhh.golfgenius.com.  New member dues are $30 annually and for those signing up starting July, the cost is $15.  For additional information, please contact Jerry Tileston at jtileston@comcast.net. Club news and information is available online at  https://rossmoorgolf.com, and relayed via email directly to members, and through
publications in the Rossmoor News.

Becoming a member of the Happy Hackers Golf Club is a great way for residents to meet fellow golfers with similar skills in a comfortable environment.  Please join us and experience how much fun golf can be.

Bob Birss

Bob Birss



Vice President

Anne Dailey

Anne Dailey


Carole Nacon

Carole Nacon


2024 Happy Hacker Board Members


Bob Birss President
(unfilled) Vice President
Carole Nacon Treasurer
Anne Dailey Secretary
Jerry Tileston Membership Chair
Judy Freed Scramble Chair
Ann Elliott Publicity Chair
Susan Day Social Chair
Mary Neff Social Chair
Linda Price Social Committee
Kurt Klose Golf Advisory Representative
Jacque Vigil PGA Head Professional
Wayne Weckerlin

Scramble Liaison



Useful golf information!

The Rossmoor Golf website (https://rossmoorgolf.com) contains lots of useful information about Rossmoor’s golf clubs and about the game of golf. In addition to information about Happy Hackers, there are these informative pages:

The most important is our course rules.

The “Rules Corner” and “Local Rules”, which have information about such things as “Abnormal Course Conditions” and “If your ball moves, what do you do?” and “Brown or Bare Spots”.

Golf Etiquette” and “Ways to Speed Up Play” about do’s and don’ts on the course.

And, of course, lots of information about the Happy Hackers Club, including the extremely useful and important “Scramble Rules”, which can help you know what to do when you’re playing with other scramblers.