Kathleen Scavo is the only JTNC player left alive in either championship. Josh Sedeno and Bryan Baumgarten lost their Round of 16 matches at the U.S. Junior Amateur.
Buy a ticket to the 2016 U.S. Women’s Open at CordeValle, and receive more than $1,500 worth of savings at eight great courses.
CSU-Monterey Bay senior Robby Salomon shot a final round 3-under 68 at Poppy Hills to win the title by five strokes. The win is Salomon’s first since 2012.
It was a San Jose sweep, with Eddy Lai going wire-to-wire and Sabrina Iqbal coming from behind to win at Spyglass Hill.
Los Altos resident Simar Singh came through in the clutch, defeating No.1 seed Yealimi Noh on the 19th hole to win the title at Quail Lodge Resort.
The story of how a seven-handicapper set a course record 12-under 60 at Fortuna’s Redwood Empire Golf Course in Humboldt County By Paul DeMark The golf feat was so stunning all Rob Mandell could do was scream. Mandell had just sunk a five-foot putt on the 18th hole to shoot a 12-under-par 60 at Redwood Empire…
Cal senior Shotaro Ban defeated 17-year-old Joshua Sedeno of Roseville, 5 and 4, to win the title. Ban is the first Cal player to win the prestigious championship.
This year’s U.S. Open at Chambers Bay will be unlike any ever held. It’s the first U.S. Open in the Pacific Northwest, the first on all fescue grass, the first with holes that will oscillate between a par 4 and a par 5 on any given day, and the first with uneven tee boxes. See what Poppy Hills architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. has to say about his Chambers Bay creation.
Cal senior Carly Childs shot a final round 1-over 73 at Poppy Hills to win the title.
Former NCGA Stroke Play Amateur Championship winner Kevin Lucas and NCGA Junior Tour alum Bryson DeChambeau advanced to Chambers Bay.