Stanford senior and 2015 NCGA Match Play Amateur Championship winner Maverick McNealy has a Ben Hogan Award. McNealy was named the recipient of the award Monday evening
Stanford senior and 2015 NCGA Amateur Match Play Championship winner Maverick McNealy has been named a finalist for the Ben Hogan Award.
Stanford senior and 2015 NCGA Amateur Match Play champion Maverick McNealy was named the recipient of the Byron Nelson Award,
Cal’s Collin Morikawa and Stanford’s Maverick McNealy are in the running for this year’s Ben Hogan Award.
Stanford’s Maverick McNealy and Cal’s Collin Morikawa will represent the U.S. at this year’s Palmer Cup.
Stanford star and world ranked No.1 amateur Maverick McNealy will be among those representing the USA in the 2016 World Amateur Team Championship.
Getting a chance to play in the Arnold Palmer Invitational was one thing for NCGA members Maverick McNealy and Bryson DeChambeau. Getting to spend some time with The King, Arnold Palmer, was another.
Coming off a brilliant season that led to NCAA Player of the Year honors, Stanford junior Maverick McNealy has started off the fall with a bang. His win at the Illini Invitational has propelled him to the No.1 spot in the world rankings.
NorCal natives Bryson DeChambeau and Maverick McNealy won the Morse Cup together playing for the NCGA at the Pacific Coast Amateur. Then they met at the U.S. Amateur, where DeChambeau got the win. This weekend, they’ll team up again for the U.S. at the Walker Cup at Royal Lytham and St. Annes.
With a 7 and 6 finals win over Derek Bard, Clovis resident Bryson DeChambeau became the first Northern California player to win the title since Ricky Barnes in 2002.