Welcome to Santa Rosa Masters

Santa Rosa Masters is a year-round United States Masters Swimming (USMS) program for adults. We are located in Santa Rosa, California. 


We strive to benefit all interested adult swimmers, of all ages and at all levels, from beginners to nationally-ranked swimmers. We are dedicated to helping each member achieve his or her goals as an athlete and as an individual.


New Registration required for SRM

Starting July 1st, 2022 all Master Swim Sessions will be held at the new SRJC pool.

Going forward, we will be paying our pool fees to Santa Rosa Neptunes.

Registration with Neptune’s Unify Website is required for monthly payments.  Please fill out the form at the following link:


After you have been entered into the system, you will be sent an email with directions to create a login on Neptune’s Unify Website. Once you have a login, you will be able to set up monthly payments.



Monthly passes are $75 and the $7 drop-in fees will be handled with Venmo.

Ridgway At Sunrise by Tom Montan

Masters Move to New Pool

May 13, 2022

We are excited to announce Santa Rosa Masters workouts will be held at the new 50-meter pool located at the Santa Rosa Junior College, starting July 1st, 2022.  This opportunity comes to us via a partnership with the Santa Rosa Neptunes.

Workout times and rates will basically stay the same, (although Fall Semester parking will require a parking pass.)  The pool will run 25-yards from Monday thru Thursday, and 50-meters on Friday and Saturday.

We will be sending out a detailed message regarding specific workout times and how to pay pool fees.

Happy Swimming


New for 2022!

Current hours for 2022:


  5:45am - 7:00am and 12pm- 1:15pm


  9:00 - 10:00

Locker rooms available.

Drop-Ins are welcomed.  Online registration not required.

Passes are available. More Information here.

Pacific Masters
Short Course Yards Championship

dated April 6, 2022

The first SCY Champs in two years was held at the beautiful Morgan Hills Dennis Kennedy Aquatics Center in Morgan Hills.

Over 540 swimmers from 59 clubs signed up for three days of long-awaited competition.  Santa Rosa Masters fared well with the team win in the small teams division.