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JANUARY 2017 00 TOC HEADER Box Sans No Indent verecundus syrtes imputat utilitas agricolae, semper fragilis rures vo imputat quinquennalis appar 00 TOC HEADER Box Sans No Indent verecundus syrtes imputat utilitas agricolae, semper fragilis APRIL 2017 3 SHOWTIME The annual extravaganza that is the Haggin Oaks Golf Expo, which is free to attend, returns April 26-28 in Sacramento. 4 NEVER SAY NEVER Palo Alto native Martin Trainer accomplished something he thought he'd never do–winning on the PGA Tour. 5 LPGA ON ITS WAY The LPGA Tour's MEDIHEAL Championship returns to Lake Merced Golf Club April 29-May 5. NCGA members get discounted tickets! 7 MAKING WAVES Kurt Kitayama, who formerly competed in NCGA tournaments, has become a force across the pond on the PGA European Tour. 8 FREE CLINICS Get your game ready for the new season by attending a free NCGA Skills Clinic. 10 SPRINGBOARD 2018 U.S. Girls; Junior champion Yealimi Noh is the latest player to use the Junior Tour of Northern California as a springboard to bigger things. 11 HUNDRED HOLE HIKE Are you and your friends up for the challenge? Play 100 holes in one day to raise funds for Youth on Course. 12 CALENDAR Club Champion, which sells and builds custom clubs, is now in Roseville. The approximately 3,000-square-foot site (located at 1232 Galleria Blvd.) is the retailer's first store in the Sacramento area. Customers can get fitted for clubs with featured brands including Callaway, TaylorMade, Ping, Titleist, Cobra, Fujikura and Golf Pride. The facility also includes two indoor hitting bays for analyzing customers' performance. Based in Illinois, Club Champion has more than 50 locations nationwide. There are no current plans for additional stores in the Sacramento area, but that could change, depending on the Roseville store's performance, according to company officials. Club Champion Arrives to Sacramento Area

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