The Preserve Golf Club in Carmel Valley is poised to take on a new look, and more importantly save water. Happy 20th anniversary to Greenhorn Creek Resort! Author Don Anslow releases golf novel, Night Lessons. New Relic Golf brings golf fun to the Bay Area.
Getting a chance to play in the Arnold Palmer Invitational was one thing for NCGA members Maverick McNealy and Bryson DeChambeau. Getting to spend some time with The King, Arnold Palmer, was another.
Gary Curto, who served on the NCGA Board of Directors for eight years, recently passed away at his home in Santa Rosa. A longtime Rules official volunteer, Curto was also a lieutenant for the San Francisco Fire Department.
World No.1 and two-time defending champ Lydia Ko, who’s still only 18, was back at Lake Merced GC on Thursday in anticipation of this year’s Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic. If you’re looking for a favorite for the event, look no further than Ko.
Do you know what’s changed with the 2016 NCGA Pace of Play Policy. If you play in NCGA Amateur Tour or NCGA Women’s Amateur Tour events, you need to know these things.
After a lengthy winter break, the 2015-2016 JTNC season continues this weekend with the Spring Series I in Stockton. Ahmed Ali of Palo Alto and Yoonhee Kim of San Ramon currently lead in the Boys’ and Girls’ Player of the Year points standings, respectively.
One of the greatest chapters in the history of the NCGA is coming to an end. On March 10, the lease agreement between the Spyglass Founders Club and the Pebble Beach Company will expire. Created by the NCGA, the Founders Club helped get Spyglass Hill built.
As part of the celebration of the event’s 100th anniversary (and just because they’re good guys), Digital golf news magazine Global Golf Post announced that it will cover the greens fees for all 22 finalists at this year’s San Francisco City Golf Championship.
Former champions of the annual San Francisco City Championship recently got together to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the event. The San Francisco City not only is the longest continuously running tournament in golf, but also one of the most unique.
Sunnyside CC director of golf Steve Menchinella, 75, has put down a lot of things on his card over the years. But never anything like this. Menchinella recently had a 3-hole run that was nothing but magic.