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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.
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.
Over the last few years, there’s been whispers that the AT&T Pro-Am was getting tired. The field for the 2016 AT&T Pro-Am brings back a much needed jolt.
The juniors from Southern California came out on top, notching a 13-11 win over the JTNC in the inaugural event at Poppy Hills.
Five-time reigning NCGA Senior Player of the Year Jim Knoll (pictured) swept, as did 2015 NCGA Player of the Year Nick Moore and Ben Peters on Day Two, as the NCGA rolled to a 44-28 victory over the SCGA. The title is the third straight for Team NCGA.
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.
Two teams earned spots into next year’s U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship at Winged Foot in New York.
Players in three different flights and an overall gross champion were crowned at Poppy Hills Golf Course.