Located in the heart of the Del Monte Forest in Pebble Beach, Poppy Hills came in at No.62 in Golf Digest’s 2017-2018 rankings of “America’s Greatest Courses You Can Play.” It’s the first time the course, which is owned by the Northern California Golf Association, has made the list.
Stanford senior and 2015 NCGA Amateur Match Play Championship winner Maverick McNealy has been named a finalist for the Ben Hogan Award.
Seb Crampton, a red-shirt junior at Cal, fired a final round 4-under 68 on the Earl Fry North at Chuck Corica Golf Complex to come in at 15-under 269, defeating runner-up Andrew Bonner by five strokes.
On Monday May 1, Billy Casper Golf, the largest owner-operator of golf courses, country clubs and resorts in the U.S., will host the 7th annual World’s Largest Golf Outing to benefit Arnie’s Army Charitable Foundation and Fisher House Foundation.
In 2012, Meagan McEnery suffered a devastating knee injury. What she didn’t know in that fateful middle-school moment was how it would eventually lead to a full tuition and housing scholarship.
Pebble Beach’s Seb Crampton is in the lead at the annual Alameda Commuters Championship, but he’s got plenty of company at the top.
The 2017 NCGA Course Rating season has started.
The annual Alameda Commuters Championship, one of Northern California’s most prestigious amateur events, returns this weekend at Chuck Corica Golf Complex in Alameda.
The USGA and The R&A are working with golf’s handicapping authorities to develop a single World Handicap System.
Stanford senior and 2015 NCGA Amateur Match Play champion Maverick McNealy was named the recipient of the Byron Nelson Award,