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Junior Tour of Northern California Fall Series IV

Sept. 14, 2016

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Junior Tour of Northern California Fall Series III

August 29, 2016

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Junior Tour of Northern California Fall Series II

August 29, 2016

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Junior Tour of Northern California Fall Series I

August 21, 2016

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Junior Tour of Northern California Tour Championship

August 1, 2016

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Junior Tour of Northern California Summer Series V

July 27, 2016

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Junior Tour of Northern California Summer Series IV

July 21, 2016  

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U.S. Girls Junior Amateur Championship

July 18, 2016  

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87th Annual NCGA Junior Championship

Half Moon Bay, CA July 11-12, 2016 Boys 10-13 & Girls: Final Round Pairings  |  Results Boys 14-15 & Boys 16-18:  Final Round Pairings  |  Results Player Information Sheet | Yardages  | Approximate Second Day Tee Times Qualifying Results and Alternates: Haggin Oaks | Oakmont  | Roddy Ranch | Shoreline July 12, 2016 San Jose residents and schoolmates Thomas Hutchison and Sabrina picked up wins and etched their names into the history books. Hutchison shot a final round even-par 72 to finish at 5-under 211, and Iqbal had a final round 1-over 73 and defeated Yoonhee Kim in a playoff to capture the Boys’ overall and Girls’ titles, respectively, on Tuesday at the 87th NCGA Junior Championship on the par-72 Old Course at Half Moon Bay Golf Links. Hutchison, the only Boys’ player to shoot par or better each of the three rounds, joined his older sister Samantha (2013) as a champion of the prestigious event. The two are the only siblings to both win the NCGA Junior in the event’s 87-year history. “It feels good to have my name on the trophy and have my sister’s name on the other,” said Hutchison, a senior at Pioneer High. Getting his name alongside the likes of former champs Ken Venturi (1949), Johnny Miller (1963) and Bobby Clampett (1976) was pretty good, too. “That’s very cool. Having my name with those guys makes me feel confident,” he said. A day after going 5-under over 36 holes on the Ocean Course, Hutchison again found his groove. He’d post 14 pars to go with a pair of birdies and two bogeys—the key being that he never put himself in trouble. It was only the second time that Hutchison had ever played the Old Course. “I was making a lot of putts,” said Hutchison, who has already verbally committed to UC Davis, where his sister now plays. “If I did miss a green, I’d knock it close and then make the putt. I just wanted to keep the ball in play and not make any major mistakes.” Hutchison’s steady nerves led to a five-shot win over Granite Bay’s Drake Mendenhall, who came in at 216 following a 75 and took the title in the Boys’ 16-18 division. San Carlos resident Finigan Tilly, who had opened the championship with a brilliant 65 on the Ocean Course, was second in the Boys’ 16-18 division at 217 after a 78. Third place went to Folsom’s Austin Fox, who also had a 78, at 218. While Hutchison’s day was one for the history book, so too was Iqbal’s. With her win, the Pioneer High junior notched her 19th NorCal Junior Girls’ major victory, passing...

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Northern California Junior Players Championship

  July 7, 2016 Brendan Hy of San Ramon and San Jose’s Kaleiya Romero picked up the titles at the annual Northern California Junior Players Championship at par-71 Rancho Canada Golf Course in Carmel Valley. Playing in a Stableford format, Hy, who was competing in the Boys’ 14-15 division, followed up an opening round score of 41 with a 45 to come in at 86 and defeat runner-up Cameron Henry of Los Gatos by five points for the overall title. In the finale, Hy penciled in five birdies and a bogey. Henry, who shot a final round score of 38, still picked up the win in the Boys’ 16-18 division, defeating runner-up Dominick Hoover of Monterey by two points. Hoover, who held a share of the first round lead after a 45, fell back to a 34 after carding six bogeys and two double-bogeys. He’d finish with an eagle on the 17th and a birdie on No.18, but by then it was too late to catch Henry. Sharing third place in the Boys’ 16-18 division with scores of 78 were San Ramon’s Ashkaan Hakim and Ryan Grauman of Alamo. Romero, who was competing in the Girls’ 12-14 division, caught fire in the second round. She’d have five birdies, a a double-bogey and a bogey en route to a score of 45, which pushed her to a two-day total of 77 for the overall title. Angela Bagasbas of Danville, who won the Girls’ 15-18 division, had a second round 35 to finish as runner-up in overall play with a score of 69. Co-runner-ups in the Boys’ 14-15 division were Alec Phillips and Brentt Salas, who each finished at 77 following final round scores of 37 and 44, respectively. In the Boys’ 12-13 division, Fresno’s Austin Tran had a second round 41 to finish at 69, defeating runner-up Ivan Sablan by two points. The Girls’ 12-14 division title went to Meredith McDougal of Fresno, who had a 36 to finish at 62, defeating runner-up Aihvarya Bedi of San Jose by three points. The championship co-run by the NCGA and the Junior Golf Association of Northern California. July 6, 2016 Palo Alto resident Niav Layton and Ryan Grauman of Alamo and Dominick Hoover of Monterey all were atop the leaderboards after day one of the annual Northern California Junior Players Championship at Rancho Canada GC in Carmel Valley. Playing in a Stableford format, Layton led the Girls’ 15-18 division with a score of 36. In second place was Danville’s Angela Bagasbas at at 34 points. In the Boys’ 16-18 division, both Grauman and Hoover were tied for first place at 45. Grauman had seven...

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CWAC California Junior Girls’ State Championship

June 16, 2016

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U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifying

Player Information Pairings/Results  

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