22nd NCGA Foursomes Championship | Poppy Ridge GC | July 20-21, 2019
First played in 1998, the NCGA Foursomes is a two-person, alternate-shot handicap event that is geared towards NCGA parents and their children. The championship, which still features a Parent/Child flight but also now has an open flight, was formerly called the Parent-Child Championship.
FORMAT: Foursomes (alternate shot) Net Stroke Play. 36 holes – 18 holes per day. Entries will be put into three flights by team handicap. Team handicap is 50% of partners’ combined course handicaps.ENTRIES CLOSE: July 7, 2019. CHAMPIONSHIP DATES: July 20-21, 2019 CHAMPIONSHIP SITE: Poppy Ridge GC. ENTRY FEE: $200 per team, which includes a pairings party. Field limited to first 78 eligible teams entered.
ELIGIBILITY: Both team members must be members of the NCGA and have a numeric handicap index not to exceed 36.4 (men) or 40.4 (women) listed on their club’s Master Report on date of registration. Relationship with the child must be natural, adopted or stepchild. Partners may have more than one generation between them (i.e. a grandfather may play with his grandson). Partners don’t need to be members of the same club.
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About Poppy Ridge
Located in the heart of the Livermore Valley Wine Country, the 27-hole Rees Jones design is reminiscent of the heathland courses of Scotland. Poppy Ridge Golf Course opened in 1996 and is easily accessible to approximately 90,000 of the nearly 175,000 NCGA members who live within a 65-mile radius of the course.
The Merlot, Chardonnay and Zinfandel nines offer challenging and enjoyable golf for any level of player. Each nine measures about 3,500 to 3,600 yards from the black tees. Carved in the rugged terrain of the Livermore foot-hills, Poppy Ridge offers spectacular views of the golf course and beyond. Each hole is shaped by extensive bunkering, giving the course a true links feel.
Poppy Ridge was rated by Zagat Guide as one of the top 15 courses in the nation for value. Remarkable views of rolling hills, four sets of tees, excellent course conditions, 27 championship golf holes, friendly staff, indoor and outdoor restaurant facilities and affordable prices make this a true value in Northern California.
|1998||Net: Leo and Devin Corpuz||72-59-131|
|1999||Gross: Alex and Scott Merkner||82-74-156|
|1999||Net: Dale and Steve Phillips||65-67-132|
|2000||Gross: Jim and Miles Lopes||77-74-151|
|2000||Net: Bill and Kathryn Murphy||68-63-131|
|2001||Gross: Mitch and Josh Harrison||73-72-145|
|2001||Net: Greg Tolson and Greg Tolson II||62-67-129|
|2002||Gross: Mitch and Josh Harrison||74-74-148|
|2002||Gross: Mitch and Josh Harrison||74-74-148|
|2003||Gross: Dan and Jack Bieber||71-74-145|
|2003||Net: Bruce and Patrick Boal||63-72-135|
|2004||Net: Long and Andrew Nguyen||62-62-124|
|2004||Gross: Bill and Trevor Carle||67-64-131|
|2005||President: David and Greg Leuterio||68-69-137|
|2005||Director: Chon Gallegos and Spencer Charlton||67-66-133|
|2005||Secretary: Erik Galindo and Wence Galindo||62-63-125|
|2006||President: Mitch and Wayne Card||68-70-138|
|2006||Director: Brian Knoll and Alan Swank||67-68-135|
|2006||Secretary: Erik Galindo and Wence Galindo||69-58-127|
|2007||President: Mitch and Wayne Card||68-70-138|
|2007||Director: Brian Knoll and Alan Swank||67-68-135|
|2007||Secretary: Erik Galindo and Wence Galindo||69-58-127|
|2008||President: Jack and Jeff Wilson||66-71-137|
|2008||Director: Kelli and Taylor Knoll||65-72-137|
|2008||Secretary: Devyn Fitchorn and Scott Watson||63-66-129|
|2009||President: Kyle and Steve John||69-75-144|
|2009||Director: Christopher and Henry Mata||67-71-138|
|2009||Secretary: Sandra Hinzmann and Charles Huff||68-64-132|
|2010||President: Sung and Ryan Han||66-69-135|
|2010||Director: Daniel and Martin Connolly||68-63-131|
|2010||Secretary: Guy and Izumi Tada||62-64-126|
|2011||President: Mitch and Wayne Card||69-70-139|
|2011||Director: Steve and Nick DeRosa||68-65-133|
|2011||Secretary: Michael and De Tan||65-68-133|
|2012||President: Jason and David Marks||70-68-138|
|2012||Director: Dan and Tim Lakoski||70-67-137|
|2012||Secretary: Kate and Dave Swanson||59-69-128|
|2013||President: Jason and David Marks||72-66-138|
|2013||Director: Dalvinder and Baldeep Sanghera||71-61-132|
|2013||Secretary: Walt and Travis Chrupalo||68-67-135|
|2014||Chardonnay: Annika and David Borrelli||66-68-134|
|2014||Merlot: Derek and Jeff Gilchrist||66-73-139|
|2014||Zinfandel: Walt and Travis Chrupalo||65-61-126|
|2015||Chardonnay: Russ and Keila Takeuchi||71-68-139|
|2015||Merlot: Kelsi and Mike Stieler||69-69-138|
|2015||Zinfandel: Walt and Travis Chrupalo||63-58-121|
|2016||Overall: Kelsi and Mike Stieler||73-74-147|
|2016||Open: David Walter and Russell Anderson||69-70-139|
|2016||Parent/Child: Mark and Alex Rosenbaum||62-64-126|
|2017||Overall: Kelsi and Mike Stieler||69-76-145|
|2017||Open: Brian Walters and Bobby Maidens||72-67-139|
|2017||Parent/Child: Tim and Justin Lazaruk||64-68-132|
|2018||Overall: Kelsi and Mike Stieler||67-71-138|
|2018||Open: Warren Whitley and Blake Hinkel||68-69-137|
|2018||Parent/Child: Erik and Ryan Davenport||70-74-144|