Macbeth

April 13, 2021

Dear Guest,

We hope this letter finds you all safe and well.

2020 was a difficult and challenging year and we are all eager to put it behind us. As this is written, California is scheduled to reopen for “usual operation” on June 15. If everything continues to progress as planned, we hope you will consider joining us for Wilshire Country Club’s 72nd Annual Norman Macbeth Invitational Tournament. Instead of the traditional Memorial Day weekend, the Macbeth will be held Labor Day weekend, September 3-5, 2021. For those of you who will join us for our nine-hole Scotch event, we will see you on the afternoon of Thursday, September 2. We hope you will “save the dates” and make plans to be with us this coming Labor Day weekend.

Your health and well being are our main concern. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates along the way. We will not hold the Macbeth unless we are able to provide you with a safe environment and the same experience you have come to expect.

Please keep an eye out for an email of our formal invitation which you should receive by mid July.

We look forward to seeing you at this year’s Macbeth Invitational!

Best,
Rick Mori, Chairman
Norman Macbeth Invitational Committee

P.S. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, or you no longer wish to receive this alert or an invitation from us, please let us know by sending an e-mail to macbeth@wilshirecountryclub.com


NORMAN MACBETH INVITATIONAL

Advancing the Sport of Golf

69th Annual Macbeth, May 23-26, 2019

2019 Macbeth Invitational: Full Results


The 69th Annual Macbeth Invitational Champions
Tom Weissenborn and Carl Meyer
Wilshire Country Club


2019 Macbeth Derby Winner: Mark Sear (Los Angeles Country Club)



 

About the Macbeth Invitational:

The Macbeth was founded in 1950 and honors Norman Macbeth, one of Wilshire's most distinguished members. Norman was an outstanding amateur golfer, a distinguished golf course architect, and a founding member of Wilshire.

The Macbeth consists of a 54 hole, stroke play two man tournament, and spans the course of three days. Members of the low net team will be declared the official Macbeth Champions. The nine-hole Scotch event takes place the Thursday prior.

Norman Macbeth was a man of numerous achievements, and it could probably be stated that no one man has contributed more to golf in California. The Macbeth is a tribute to the man, his contribution to golf, and his memory.