Former Bay Area resident and Junior Tour of Northern California member Hannah O’Sullivan continues to impress in 2015. O’Sullivan, who earlier this year became the youngest winner on the Symetra Tour, captured the title at this year’s U.S. Women’s Amateur on Sunday.
Just a year ago, Stanford’s Maverick McNealy had a stroke average of 72.25 for the Cardinal. This year, he led the nation in scoring with a 68.70 scoring average. What are some the changes that have led to such a quick turnaround?
No.1 seed Maverick McNealy (pictured) defeated No.7 seed Matt Cohn to win the title at Spyglass Hill. At No.2, McNealy was the highest world-ranked player to ever compete in an NCGA championship.
High school junior Jessica Luo survived a hectic week and tough competition to claim the title at Quail Lodge Golf Club.
They’re the next generation of golfers. So how do they feel about the state of the game. What do they love and what would they like to see changed.
The first Youth on Course Day will be celebrated on Wednesday, with YOC members getting to play YOC facilities for only $1.
The World’s Largest Golf Outing, which benefits Wounded Warriors Project, is being held nationwide today. Three Northern California courses are participating.
Joe Galiardi shares how he made it into the Guinness Book of World Records for collecting the largest autographed golf ball collection.
The Southern California Golf Association’s Aaron Wise took the title, with Stanford’s Maverick McNealy finishing tied for second.
Three champions were crowned at Poppy Hills.