History and Mission

Goltz Judo, LLC was founded in late 1988 by Sensei Gary Goltz. Classes began in early 1989 at Chaffey Community College

Today, it is one of the largest judo programs in the nation and has been affiliated with Claremont Human Services since 1990

Mayor Ceritificate - Claremont's #1 Program

Video History of Goltz Judo

Goltz Judo's mission is to improve our community by promoting the study of judo

This will be acheived by emphasizing judo's ultimate goal of developing fine people

Judo is ideal for developing confidence in children to help prevent bullying

The program is listed as a credit course for the Claremont Mudd Scripps Colleges

Goltz Judo's - Dojo Rules & Claremont's - Code of Conduct

Sensei Gary's Thoughts on Parents, Black Belts, & Coaches

Read what students and parents had to say about Goltz Judo

Claremont Human Services Cover Photos - 2004, 2009, 2012, 2015, & 2021

Claremont Alexander Hughes Community Center Celebrating 20th Anniversary 2021

Goltz Judo is a member in good standing of:

Nanka Judo Yudanshakai

United States Judo Federation (USJF)

United States Judo Association (USJA)

USA Judo - National Governing Body (USAJ)

Claremont Parade 2006

Sensei Gary Goltz & Sensei O.J. Soler Teaching Together for Over 35 Years


Class Photo from 1989 - More Class Photos on Facebook

More about Goltz Judo's Name & Logo