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Fall 2018

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NCGA.ORG | FALL 2018 59 Inside: 60 2018 Hall of Fame Celebration 61 2018 Distinguished Service Award 62 Tournament Central 72 Junior Tour Update 74 Youth on Course 76 Weekend Net Tour/Member Outings 77 Course Directory 78 Rules 79 Member Benefits Around the NCGA Noh Theater U.S. Girls' Junior Championship July 16-21 N oh, which dates back to 14th century Japan and involves music, dance and drama, is said to be the oldest surviving theater tradition still in practice. For six days, Poppy Hills Golf Course hosted its own production. Among the sights and sounds: Taiko players welcomed the field of 156 players from across the globe. Medalist Lucy Li of Redwood Shores opened with fireworks, shooting a championship record-tying and women's course record 9-under 62 in the first round. A fog descended that isolated the course from the rest of the world, but there was still a clearly visible sea of orange. Course architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr. popped by to watch his canvas in its glory. There was time for S'mores. And finally, a then-16-year-old Concord resident Yealimi Noh did her best impression of Greek marathon legend Pheidippides, defeating 13-year-old Floridian Alexa Pano, 4 and 3, over one grueling day that saw both the semifinals and 36-hole finale held. The NCGA expresses its gratitude to all of those who volunteered for the U.S. Girls' Championship. Without you, it doesn't happen!

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