The inaugural NCGA Two-Person Scramble was a hit at Poppy Hills, with champions crowned in three different flights. .
Lee Gidney of Cypress Lakes GC was officially named the 88th president of the Northern California Golf Association
Players scrambled to earn one of the three spots in next year’s inaugural event at Olympic Club.
8th Annual NCGA Two-Person Scramble Championship| Poppy Hills / Pacific Grove | December 13-14, 2021 The scramble championship started in 2014 due to the popularity of the scramble format. Even though “scramble” is the most popular form of play in the United States, it was not formally recognized as a format of golf under the…
The sun came up for San Jose’s Christina Kim, who broke a nine-year winless skid with a win south of the border. The last time Kim won was in 2005.
Santa Barbara’s John Pate took the title, winning by two strokes.
The NCGA hosted its annual two-day Assistant Superintendent Boot Camp at the newly renovated Poppy Hills, geared around the theme “Some Assembly Required.”
The NCGA retained the Hanna-Wehrman Cup, while the NCPGA kept the Staedler-Jetter Senior Cup.