Continuing a tradition began in 2015, we present our second annual Rules Quiz. The questions are complex requiring a nuanced command of the Rules of Golf. The quiz also requires a Decisions on the Rules of Golf book (available on USGA.org). Some of the questions pertain to new rules and decisions implemented for 2016.
The Winter 2015 edition of NCGA Golf was recognized with “Outstanding Achiever” honors for the third time in four years by the International Network of Golf.
While he didn’t win, NCGA member Bryson DeChambeau left an impression in his European Tour debut at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Classic. Among those left fascinated by DeChambeau’s clubs and approach to the game were Rory McIlroy and the European golf media.
The San Francisco City turns 100 in 2016. KNBR’s Brian Murphy shares his thoughts on this historic championship.
The last few years there have been whispers that the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has become tired. The 2016 tournament, which is loaded with star power, changes all that. So far, six players in the Top 10 of the world rankings have committed to play.
Running on a golf course? It happened on Sunday at Poppy Hills Golf Course, as the inaugural ‘RunForeFun’ 5K and 10K were held on the course in Pebble Beach.
There’s a number of changes for 2016 for the NCGA Amateur Tour. Among them are the names of some championships and player eligibility, such as the Masters Division Championship becoming the Mid-Amateur Championship (open to players 25-older).
The inaugural ‘Run Fore Fun’ 5K and 10K races, benefitting Youth on Course and part of Fleet Feet Sports’ Run the Bay Race Series, will be held this Sunday at Poppy Hills Golf Course. Making the event a one-of-a-kind race will be the course, which features parts of the actual golf course.
2015 featured another full slate of NCGA tournaments in the Northern California region. Here’s a photo gallery of some of the best scenes and moments of the year.
John Ronca of San Luis Obispo (right) was officially named the 89th president of the Northern California Golf Association at the Association’s Annual Meeting. Pictured on the left is outgoing President Lee Gidney.