December 14-15, 2015 NCGA Two-Person Scramble Championship Entries Close: TBD Championship Site: Poppy Hills: $280 per team. The field is limited to the first 60 teams to register. Registration TBD ELIGIBILITY: Both players must be NCGA Members and have a current numeric Handicap Index on their club’s Master Report on the date of registration. Partners need not be members of the same club. FORMAT: The championship will be 36 holes of...
The sun came up for San Jose’s Christina Kim, who broke a nine-year winless skid with a win south of the border. The last time Kim won was in 2005.
Santa Barbara’s John Pate took the title, winning by two strokes.
The NCGA hosted its annual two-day Assistant Superintendent Boot Camp at the newly renovated Poppy Hills, geared around the theme “Some Assembly Required.”
The NCGA retained the Hanna-Wehrman Cup, while the NCPGA kept the Staedler-Jetter Senior Cup.
October 10, 2014 There was some golf played at the new Poppy Hills Golf Course, as the NCGA recognized the folks who make it all happen–the volunteers. While the golf course saw plenty of action, the most important part of the festivities was the recognition of both annual award winners and those who have put in years of service. Among the award recipients was former NCGA President John Nakamura, who formally was presented the...
Mark Pavletich and Scott Anderson teamed up to win the 2015 NCGA season opener in dramatic fashion.
Show your passion for the game you love by maintaining your membership in one of the largest regional golf associations in the world. The NCGA Annual Fall Renewal Period for 2015 membership concludes Jan. 14.
The Junior Tour of Northern California’s Joshua McCarthy and seven other JTNC members chased a win at Pebble Beach on Sunday.
The pros returned to Poppy Hills for the first time since the 2009 AT&T Pro-Am. How’d the course stack up?
Palo Alto’s Anna Zhou will use her JTNC experience at this week’s First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. Plus a photo gallery from Thursday’s action.
Tom Kite, Scott Simpson and Larry Mize were among those at Poppy Hills on Wednesday.