A seminal win at the 1998 U.S. Women’s Open has triggered nearly two decades of South Korean dominance on the LPGA Tour
Youth on Course started as the new face of the NCGA’s Foundation. It’s now poised to become golf’s next great national program.
The World’s Largest Golf Outing, which benefits the Wounded Warriors Project, is being held nationwide today. Lincoln Hills GC, Chardonnay GC and Hiddenbrooke GC are participating Northern California courses.
USC freshman-to-be Justin Suh and Pioneer High of San Jose sophmore Sabrina Iqbal each picked up their second JTNC Player of the Year titles. Suh is the first male to win two POY titles. Iqbal joins Casie Cathrea as females who have won back-to-back titles.
Joe Galiardi shares how he made it into the Guinness Book of World Records for collecting the largest autographed golf ball collection.
The NCGA will be well represented during the Morse Cup portion of next week’s annual Pacific Coast Amateur Championship—NCAA champion Bryson DeChambeau, Player of the Year Maverick McNealy and defending champion Corey Pereira, who cruised to the title last year. will team up.
A slew of some of the best players from the Junior Tour of Northern California will tee it up at next week’s U.S. Junior Amateur Championship and U.S. Junior Girls’ Amateur Championship.
St. Mary’s senior Jonathan De Los Reyes has had the hot hand before. He had it again in Sunday’s final round of the NCGA Amateur Stroke Play Championship, shooting a record 65 at Poppy Hills.
Hao Tong Li became the first Chinese player to hold either PGA Tour or Web.com Tour status when he joined the Web.com Tour this year. At No.45 on the money list, Li has a shot at earning PGA Tour playing privileges. The 19-year-old will be in Hayward next week for the Stonebrae Classic.
Lawson Little III, a longtime fixture at Quail Lodge Resort in Carmel Valley, died last week while traveling in Las Vegas. Little III was the son of legendary amateur, Lawson Little II.