The Guild Golf Tournament, held annually in early fall, is one of the premier events in Los Angeles for the Architecture/ Engineering/ Construction community, and is one of two annual fundraising events hosted by the Guild to support student scholarships and career service programs. The tournament draws partners, principals and top-tier decision makers from a cross-section of the AEC industry, in addition to alumni and philanthropic supporters of the School. The day starts with 18 holes of golf in a scramble format, followed by lunch and a networking reception that includes an auction and raffle.

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39th Annual USC Architectural Guild Golf Tournament

We thank our generous sponsors, event supporters, the Guild Golf Committee, and all who participated in the 39th Annual USC Architectural Guild Golf Tournament at the San Gabriel Country Club on Monday, September 23, 2019. The Guild raised more than $225,000!

Golfers enjoyed the rigorous 18 holes and concluded the day with an evening awards ceremony and networking reception on the patio. We hope you were able to form new relationships—connect with familiar faces—all on the occasion of supporting mentorship, career services, and scholarships for students at the USC School of Architecture.

Congratulations to the 2019 tournament winners:

1st Place: Rosendin Electric

2nd Place: Bergelectric

3rd Place: Allied Roofing & Waterproofing

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Christopher C. Martin, FAIA

39th Annual Golf Committee

Golf Committee Chair

Vanja Deretic, ‘04

KPFF Consulting Engineers

Golf Committee

Jennifer Crawford

Syska Hennessy Group

Mike Dygean

KPFF Consulting Engineers

Allen Escobedo ‘99

KPFF Consulting Engineers

Roger Fricke 

Clark Construction

Rafi Halajian ‘12

Hathaway Dinwiddie

James House, ‘80

House & Robertson Architects, Inc.

Steve Luchetta, ’80

MATT Construction

Ben Marcus ‘12


Steve Pellegren


Steve Rodermund

Rosendin Electric

Ben Rogowski ‘12

John A. Martin & Associates, Inc.

Reza Safavi, '84