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Around the NCGA NCGA.ORG | SPRING 2019 73 N CGA President Gail Rogers was among those playing through wind, rain and even hail at February's annual AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Helping her along the way was NCGA Chief Operations Officer Ryan Gregg, who acted as her caddie. The first female president to compete in the event, Rogers and professional partner Jason Schmuhl missed the cut after coming in at 1-under 214. But it was about more than the score. "I'm so grateful (NCGA Chief Executive Officer) Joe Huston convinced me to do this," Rogers said afterward. "It was more than I could've dreamed. It was wonderful." Inside: 74 Tournament Central 78 Junior Tour Report 80 Youth on Course 81 NCGA Events 82 NCGA News 84 Rules 86 Member Benefits NCGA COO Ryan Gregg (left) and NCGA President Gail Rogers kept smiling through the elements at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Mrs. Rogers' Neighborhood Golf For Veterans A s part of its commitment to veterans, the NCGA is announcing a pair of upcoming tournaments open to veterans of all branches of service. During the Memorial Day weekend, the first annual Northern California Veterans Golf Club Outing will be held May 26 at Mather GC in Mather. The event also is open to non-veterans. The first annual Northern California Veterans Championship Benefiting the Veterans Golf Program, meanwhile, will tee off July 5 at Ancil Hoffman GC in Carmichael. For more info on both tournaments, please visit the NCGA's Veteran Golfer Resource Page at ncga.org/veterans.

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