This year’s U.S. Senior Open will mark the first USGA championship at Del Paso CC since the 1982 U.S. Women’s Open. It’s possible that the new Del Paso CC, which was re-designed by Kyle Phillips, could again become a regular stop on the USGA calendar. The new course is long, but can also play from a number of different lengths, adding to strategy.
A day after signing for a 71, Stanford sophomore Viraat Badhwar checked his scorecard online and found that he’d made a mistake. Instead of a bogey 4, he actually had a triple-bogey 6 on a par-3 hole. In an honorable move, Badhwar alerted officials about the error.
The event was held at Pacific Dunes at Bandon Dunes.
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Former Junior Tour of Northern California member Hannah O’Sullivan, who became the youngest winner on the Symetra Tour this season, is in the field. So too are Lucy Li and Kathleen Scavo, who will be playing together. Both Li and Scavo played in last year’s U.S. Women’s Open.
Ben Corfee and Scott Raber of Davis took the title with a three-day score of 17-under 199.
The WGC Cadillac Match Play brought out the best in a world class field at TPC Harding Park, in a way that stroke play can’t.
May 11, 2015 Pairings | Results College of the Canyons ran away with the team title, while Chabot’s Jeremy Sanchez set a record in the Individual championship. Located in Santa Clarita, College of the Canyons shot 13-over 733 to win the Community College of California Athletics Association State title on Monday at par-72 Kings River…
The championship made its debut at the Olympic Club.
Ahmed and Hussain Ali of Palo Alto were a bit nervous competing at the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball, but for good reason. Ahmed was the youngest player in the field. Both were making their USGA debuts.