July 17, 2017 NorCal’s DeChambeau a PGA Tour Winner Clovis native Bryson DeChambeau is a PGA Tour winner. DeChambeau, who finished fifth in the 2015 NCGA Player of the Year race, overcame a four-stroke deficit and edged Patrick Rodgers by one to win the John Deere Classic on Sunday. The victory earned the 2015 U.S.…
July 13, 2017 Mickelson to Play Safeway Open World Golf Hall of Fame member and three-time Masters Champion Phil Mickelson has committed to play in the Safeway Open presented by Chevron, October 4-8, at Napa Valley’s Silverado Resort and Spa. This will be Phil’s second year in a row playing in the season-opening Safeway Open PGA TOUR…
July 5, 2017 Juniors Announced for Upcoming PURE Insurance Championship Eighty-one of the best junior golfers in the nation are headed to Poppy Hills Golf Course and Pebble Beach Golf Links for the upcoming PURE Insurance Championship. On Wednesday, PGA Tour Champions and The First Tee announced the 81 juniors selected to play in the…
Turns out, Maverick McNealy isn’t the only member of the McNealy clan who can come up big in the clutch.
Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry will test his golf game against the pros. As first reported by San Francisco Chronicle golf writer and NCGA Golf contributor Ron Kroichick, Curry has received a sponsor’s exemption to play in this year’s Web.com Tour Ellie Mae Classic, slated for Aug. 3-6 at TPC Stonebrae in Hayward.
Frank “Sandy” Tatum, a former USGA president who won the 1942 NCAA individual championship while at Stanford University and later shepherded the restoration of the beloved Harding Park public golf course in his hometown of San Francisco, died Thursday at the age of 96.
On June 21 – the longest day of 2017 – four Youth on Course supporters pulled off the unthinkable: playing four top-100 courses in four time zones in one day.
Sacramento native and NCGA member Cameron Champ had quite a showing in his U.S. Open debut. On his birthday, nonetheless.
tarting Monday, the 106th California Amateur Championship will get underway at the historic Olympic Club in San Francisco. In the Spring edition of NCGA Golf, esteemed San Francisco Chronicle golf writer Ron Kroichick explained why the Olympic CLub’s gates are so golden, especially when it comes to amateur golf.
On Thursday, San Jose State University officials celebrated the completion of the Spartan Golf Complex, the first significant renovation to its South Campus athletics facilities in recent years.