Back-to-Back U.S. Opens at Pebble Beach? It would’ve probably worked, according to USGA Executive Director Mike Davis.
Lt. Governor of the State of California Gavin Newsom was among those honoring 2014 Youth on Course Scholarship recipients at Lake Merced GC. The event was the inaugural YOC Scholarship Luncheon.
Fresh off an All-America campaign her senior year at Cal State Monterey Bay and a rout at the NCGA Women’s Am, Audra Kepler plans to turn professional.
Jeff Wallahan conquered 1 in 67 million odds, getting two aces in the same round. Not bad for a self-proclaimed “hacker.”
The JTNC heads into the Summer Series with stars like Lucy Li, Kathleen Scavo and Justin Suh waiting in the wings.
Stanford’s Patrick Rodgers and Cameron Wilson will join Rory McIlroy at this year’s Frys.com Open. Tiger could also be in the mix.
There’ll of course be some pros, but there’ll also be a number of players with NCGA ties at Monday’s U.S. Open Sectional at Lake Merced and Olympic Club. Here’s a primer heading into the action.
Stanford’s Cameron Wilson joined Sandy Tatum and Tiger Woods as the only Cardinal to earn medalist honors at the NCAA tournament. The lefty won with a birdie in a playoff.
The new Poppy Hills made its official tournament debut with the California Senior Women’s Amateur on Monday and Tuesday. Players compared the course to competing on a USGA-prepped venue.
Joey Burlison had never broken par. And then the 14-year-old eighth grader shot an 11-under 60.
Historic Sonoma Golf Club, located in Sonoma wine country, has been acquired by golf club operator Escalante. Legend Sam Snead once said that Sonoma Golf Club was his favorite course anywhere.
Junior Tour of Northern California players Lucy Li and Kathleen Scavo and alum Paige Lee all advanced to the U.S. Women’s Open. Li, at age 11, is the youngest qualifier ever.