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The 9th Seaver Cup, a biennial event that features the best of the SCGA against the best of the NCGA, tees off Dec. 10-11 at Rancho La Quinta CC. The overall series is tied 3-3-2.
No matter where the Stocker Cup is, Las Vegas resident Brady Exber has a way of finding the top of the leaderboard. A year after winning in Sonoma, the 59-year-old made it back-to-back with a victory at The Preserve in Carmel Valley, the tournament’s host course.
The NCGA points program now features a Women’s Amateur Tour and Senior Women’s Amateur Tour. The new Tours will officially begin play beginning Oct. 1, 2015.
The annual event has always attracted some of the best amateur players in Northern California. Back in its early days, the loser got a prize that no one wanted.
The annual San Francisco City Championship, first held in 1917, tees off this weekend. Former winners of the event include Ken Venturi, George Archer and Juli Inkster.
Just how far can you drive it with hickory sticks? A group took on historic Del Monte Golf Course on Friday.
We take a look at the fascinating history of a tournament that began in 1928, with the winner taking home a keg of nails, and the last-place finisher a sack of manure.
Sacramento resident Jonathan De Los Reyes cruised to a four-shot win in the amateurgolf.com Wine Country Cup. The St. Mary’s junior had to hold off two teammates for the victory.