Quinn’s Brigade ended up raising $255,000 for Youth on Course. The Brigade was out in force Saturday at Pebble Beach Golf Links during the AT&T Pro-Am.
Poppy Hills Golf Course has earned yet another accolade. On Thursday, Poppy Hills was named National Course of the Year runner-up by the National Golf Course Owner’s Association.
The hole-in-one challenge gathers the entire celebrity field in one place–the iconic par-3 7th hole at the tip of Arrowhead Point at Pebble Beach– for a chance at a $1-million payday for their charity. If no one makes an ace, the finalist who is closest to the hole wins $50,000 for their charity.
Wednesday’s 3M Celebrity Challenge at this year’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am brought out saw some of the usual shenanigans from Bill Murray and Company.
The Symetra Tour, Road to the LPGA, announced that the POCMED Golf Classic, a new professional golf tournament, will be held at Windsor Golf Club outside of Santa Rosa the week of April 3-9.
Youth on Course officials recently announced a partnership with the Georgia State Golf Association and Golf House of Kentucky. As part of the agreement, junior golfers in these territories will be able to join the Youth on Course network and access unlimited golf for $5 or less per round.
In the January/February 2017 issue of Golf Inc. magazine, Porter’s was named the third place winner for Most Improved Public Food and Beverage Facility in the publication’s second annual Golden Fork Awards competition.
Here’s how things shape up with the 2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, to be held February 6-12 at three courses, looming just two weeks away.
To celebrate the new opening, for a limited time the Danville store will offer 50% off full bag fittings normally $350 (now $175) and 33% off driver, fairway wood, long game, hybrid, wedge and putter fittings.
Parr won the USGA’s Ike Grainger Award and in 2009 received the prestigious NCGA Distinguished Service Award.
The second annual Run Fore Fun at Poppy Hills brought 200 runners to Pebble Beach to raise money for Youth on Course, the charitable arm of the NCGA.
The Olympic Club, host of five U.S. Opens and this year’s California State Amateur Championship, recently released its 2016 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report, sharing its progress toward environmental, social, and economic sustainability.