17th Women’s Four-Ball Championship | Poppy Hills | November 14-15, 2022

2021 champions Sydney Ramskill and Marissa Mar (Gross); Miok Kim and Young-Ah Dutton (Big Sur), Diane Bracco and Robin Carew (Golden Gate) and Christine McCormack and Karen Branco (Yosemite); clockwise from top left

First played in 2006, the NCGA Northern California Women’s Four-Ball Net Championship is a two-person, better-ball handicap event for NCGA members.  The event is contested in three flights – Big Sur, Golden Gate and Yosemite, divided by handicap index. In 2021, there is a gross flight that earns points for the Women’s Player of the Year program.




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2021 Recap

2020 Recap 

2019 Recap

2018 Recap 

2017 Recap

2016 Recap


Past Champions



2014 Chardonnay: Nikki Choi and Kelli Jin 70-65–135
Merlot: Sibyl Myers and Laura Faber 67-63–130
Zinfandel: Joyce Sinclair and Janet Fimmel 60-63–123
2015 Chardonnay: Suejane Han and Christine Leisy 69-67–136
Merlot: Dolly Coleman and Tina Barker 69-65–134
Zinfandel: Alba Rodriguez and Beverley Olson 68-65–133
2016 Big Sur: Dorothy Donnelly and Suzy Duarte 67-71–138
Golden Gate: Stacey Baba and Sue Stryker 71-64–135
Yosemite: Christine Diesslin and Mary Lynch 68-65–133
2017 Big Sur: Brigitta Bloyer and Lisa Mizono 63-69–132
Golden Gate: Tami Waddell and Dana Carrigan 61-68–129
Yosemite: Bobbi Hanada and Maureen Cook 67-69–136
2018 Big Sur: Suzy Duarte and Judicia Lane 61-65–126
Golden Gate: Kelly Simpson and Christina Browning 67-63–130
Yosemite: Michele Gunner and Jenny Shone 66-66–132
2020 Overall: Pam Fadel and Margie Thomas 69-75–144
Big Sur: Donna Basil and Bonnie Bronson 70-69–139
Golden Gate: Suna Bohn and Diane Sanderson 66-74–140
Yosemite: Jasmine Maestras and Jodie Asher 74-72–146
2021 Gross: Sydney Ramskill and Marissa Mar 69-69–138
Big Sur: Miok Kim and Young-Ah Dutton 67-68–135
Golden Gate: Diane Brocco and Robin Carew 74-66–140
Yosemite: Christine McCormack and Karen Branco 68-75–143