NCGA PLUS

AUG 2018

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AUGUST 2018 3 GREAT WEEKEND The weekend of July 14-15 was a great one for NorCal natives Cameron Champ and Juli Inkster. 4 BEEN THERE, DONE THAT Fairfield's Jeff Wilson, now 55 years old, continues to be a force at USGA championships. 5 NEW MANAGERS Fans of William Land Golf Course got great news as Morton Golf LLC was tabbed to take over operations. 7 DORMANN AT SPARTANS HELM Former LPGA pro Dana Dormann is now leading the San Jose State women's golf team. 8 GET YOUR MOTOR SWINGING Bentley Motors is heading off the highway and onto the course with its cutting edge wedges and irons. 9 THE CHARTS Bayonet/Black Horse GC member Nick Moore reached seven career NCGA titles with his victory at the NCGA Amateur Stroke Play Championship. 11 CALENDAR On the Tee: August Noh Doubt A year after finishing as runner-up, Concord resident Yealimi Noh took control early and never let go in winning this year's PGA Girls' Junior at Kearney Hill Golf Links in Kentucky. Noh, who'd win by four shots, set a record and built a seven-shot lead through three rounds with a bogey-free, 54-hole score of 21-under. A third round 8-under 64 also set a championship record. Just a few weeks before her win at the PGA, Noh captured her second California Junior Girls' State Championship crown. Photo: The PGA of America.

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