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.
The NCGA will look to continue the recent run of NorCal players winning USGA titles when the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball and U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball get underway this weekend.
Corey Weworski’s main goal was simply to live up to being the defending champion. The 55-year-old Carlsbad resident would end up doing more than that.
Stanford senior and 2015 NCGA Match Play Amateur Championship winner Maverick McNealy has a Ben Hogan Award. McNealy was named the recipient of the award Monday evening
Scott Adams, a PGA class ‘A’ member since 2006, has been named the new head professional at Poppy Hills.
There’ll more than titles on the line when the JTNC Summer Series II Championship tees off June 14-15 at Poppy Hills Golf Course in Pebble Beach.