‘The Pimple’ tee box on the par-3 15th hole of the Earl Fry Course at Chuck Corica Golf Complex is just the start of what can be a long, treacherous hole. For players in the annual Alameda Commuters, it’s a taste of the U.S. Open.
April 20, 2016 Junior Tour of Northern California member Peter Kuest sizzled over the first two rounds of the annual Alameda Commuters Championship at Chuck Corica Golf Complex in Alameda. Kuest shot rounds of 65-64 for a second round total of 129 and a seven shot lead over the field. The closest player to Kuest…
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.
Chuck Corica Golf Complex in Alameda, which hosts up to 150,000 rounds per year, is set to take on some new looks, including the Mif Albright par-3 executive course. The Jack Clark South Course will be redone by Rees Jones.
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.