JUN 2019

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JUNE 2019 3 WINNER, WINNER The NCGA celebrated its first Member Appreciation Week by giving away tickets to the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links. 4 ON ITS WAY The next time the PGA Championship is held, it'll be in our backyard. The 2020 event tees off May 11-17 at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. 5 LOOKING GOOD The NCGA and clothing manufacturer Cutter & Buck are offering a deal that you won't want to miss. 7 ENDURANCE Former Oakland A's star Eric Byrnes broke a Guinness world record while helping raise awareness for the Let Them Play Foundation. 8 WOMEN'S GOLF DAY NCGA home courses Poppy Ridge in Livermore wine country and Poppy Hills will host Women's Golf Day events on June 4. 9 FACES OF THE NCGA San Jose native Christina Kim talks 2021 U.S. Women's Open at The Olympic Club and the LPGA's 'Drive On' campaign. 11 UNITING THE GLOBE The new World Handicap System is set to arrive in 2020. Discover some of the changes you can look forward to. 12 VICTORY BY THE BAY Sei Young Kim overcame a tough start to win the annual LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship at Lake Merced Golf Club. 13 CALENDAR Impressive University of Pacific teammates Austin Fox and Casey Scott came roaring out of the gates and never looked back, posting a final round 8-under 64 to capture the annual NCGA Four-Ball Championship at Spyglass Hill. The two Youth on Course alums finished with a 54-hole total of 18-under 198 to defeat tough luck runner-ups Jason Anthony and Randy Haag by two shots. "It was a very back and forth effort," said Scott, who had never played Spyglass Hill before the event. "We came into the day with the mindset to just make as many birdies as possible."

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