NCGA Associate Club Four-Ball Net Championship
26th NCGA Associate Club Four-Ball Net Championship | Poppy Hills/Quail Lodge | June 19-20, 2017
First played in 1992, the NCGA Associate Club Four-Ball Net Championship is a two-person better ball event for associate clubs.
ENTRIES CLOSE: April 23, 2017
QUALIFYING DATE: May 18, 2017
CHAMPIONSHIP DATES: June 19-20, 2017.
CHAMPIONSHIP SITES: Poppy Hills and Quail Lodge
ENTRY FEE: $142 per team. 48 qualifying teams pay an additional $360 for the championship.
ELIGIBILITY: NCGA Associate Club members ONLY. Multi-members can only represent one club. No players under 18 years of age. A numeric handicap index listed on their club’s Master Report not to exceed 36.4 (men) or 40.4 (women) on the date of registration. NOTE: SIRS – One two-person team per area is eligible for sectional qualifying.
FORMAT:Four-Ball (Two-Person Better Ball). Qualifying – 18 holes. Championship – 36 holes, 18 holes per day. Play will be 90% (men) and 95% (women) of the course handicap using a maximum handicap index of 18.4 for calculation. All players with handicap indexes of 18.5 and above are eligible but must play to a maximum handicap index of 18.4. If partners’ course handicaps differ by more than 8 strokes, an additional 10 percent reduction will be applied to their course handicaps. One partner may represent the team for any part or all of a stipulated round for qualifying or the championship proper.
About Quail Lodge
Located on the sunny side of the Monterey Bay Peninsula in beautiful Carmel Valley, Quail Lodge Golf Course has been known for its playability, pristine conditions, and beautifully manicured greens since its opening in 1964. Originally designed by Robert Muir Graves and refined in 2015 by Principle Designer Todd Eckenrode – Origins Golf Design, the newly enhanced 6,500 yard, par 71 course is perfect for the walking golfer of all ages and skill. Course Tour | Get driving directions
About Poppy Hills
Poppy Hills, which is owned by the NCGA, underwent an extensive renovation beginning in March of 2013 centered around water conservation, primarily by improving irrigation and drainage. Architect Robert Trent Jones II returned with his design firm, this time creating a firm, fast and fun course that unfolds seamlessly through the stunning Del Monte Forest. Jones reinvented the course architecturally, restoring each hole to its natural elevation along the forest floor, softening doglegs and contours, rebuilding all 18 greens with bentgrass, eliminating rough and introducing native waste areas that reduce irrigated turf by nearly 25%.
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|1992||Ralph Franzen and Dick Paradis||62-64-126|
|1993||Sherm Steever and Matt Wooldridge||64-63-127|
|1994||Scott DiSalvo and Doug Kyer||60-65-125|
|1995||George Brown and Tom Rien||62-62-124|
|1996||Dan Juchau and P.C. Sien||63-58-121|
|1997||Derek Pehle and Steve Robinson||61-62-123|
|1998||Bill Hardin and Joe Vuica||58-60-118|
|1999||Bill Hardin and Vincent Massero||63-59-122|
|2000||Bill Hardin and Joe Vuica||63-53-116|
|2001||Ronald Blanchette and John Langston||61-60-121|
|2002||Dennis Alaburda and Amy Warner||63-60-123|
|2003||Dennis Merrill and Paul Gin||56-64-120|
|2004||Elliot Dun and Blair Chikasuye||63-65-128|
|2005||Emiliano Miranda and Ed Aquino||58-61-119|
|2006||Gary Figueroa and Mark Stanley||61-61-122|
|2007||Wayne Depaulo and Marc Gutierres||62-60-122|
|2008||Willie Atkinson and Chris Lombardo||63-59-122|
|2009||Wence Galindo and Mark Patterson||64-64-128|
|2010||Jimmy Moore and Eddy Claessen||62-63-125|
|2011||Jeff Beach and Myron Smallin||61-67-128|
|2012||Sterling Fairholm and Goran Kalas||62-62-124|
|2013||Jay Haro and Erik Nissen||58-64-122|
|2014||Mark May and Sean McGarry||63-62-125|
|2015||Kevin Oliveira and John Greitzer||65-62-127|
|2016||Glenn Campbell and Patricia Motmans||66-59-125|