Tag Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge

These are newspaper articles with stories involving the Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge between Big Bear and Pioneertown.

Dec. 17, 1961 - The San Bernardino County Sun

Golf Challenge Group Installs

Next meeting of the corporation to draft the program for the October 1962 golf of that, which includes the "world's longest and only 19th hole" from Pioneertown to Big Bear City, will be held on December 27 at that Yucca Valley Country Club coffee shop.
Jan. 10, 1962 - The San Bernardino County Sun

Pioneer Pass Sets 4th Golf Event in Oct.

"There will be some interesting innovations," Lenhardt said. "The event will be upped to three days of competition, with the first day on our local greens with 18 holes of play. This will be on Friday. Saturday and Sunday Will be devoted to the 19th hole, the 28-mile fairway between the Hi-Desert and Bear Valley."
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Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge to Open

The Fifth Annual Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge will feature the 28 mile "World's Longest and Only 19th Hole," connecting the Hi-Desert with the resorts of the San Bernardino Mountains. It is sponsored by the Park and Recreation Districts of Big Bear Valley and Yucca Valley.
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Beauties to Seek Title Of ‘Miss Pioneer Pass’

Only six weeks away, the Pioneer Pass Camera Cavalcade slated for Sunday, July 26, is pulling camera clubs, photographers and models – candidates for title of “Miss Pioneer Pass” –from coastal cities and communities throughout the Hi-Desert, according to a spokesman for the Yucca Valley Park and Recreation District, sponsor of the event.
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Five Beauties to Complete for Miss Pioneer Pass Title

"Miss Pioneer Pass" will receive all expenses to the three-day golf event, plus a trophy. She will also win a feature roll in the 30-minute Color and sound shorts, "the 19th hole." The film is to relate the story of the 28-mile historic cattle and mining trail between the Hi-Desert and Bear Valley that serves as the fairway for the "World's Longest and only 19th Hole."