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NCGA.ORG | SUMMER 2019 69 N C G A E V E N T S Paiute Wolf GC T he 2019 Weekend Net Tour season is about halfway over, but there's still plenty of time to join in all the action. Following the August 3 event at Ancil Hoffman GC in Carmichael, the calendar will feature seven more events including a Sept. 28 tournament at the NCGA's own Poppy Ridge GC in Livermore wine country and a Sacramento weekend getaway-- two events at Rancho Murieta CC in Rancho Murieta, Oct. 12-13. Those seven events do not include the WNT playoff, which will be held Nov.16 at Silverado Resort (North) in Napa and the season-ending Tour Championship, to be held at a site (and date) yet to be determined. The championship will feature the Top 40 points leaders following the playoff event. Perfect for players of all abilities and skill levels who only have time to play on the weekend, the WNT unlike other amateur golf tours never charges a membership fee for NCGA members. Women's only events still left on the calendar are: Peacock Gap GC in San Rafael (Aug. 24), Poppy Hills (Sept. 8) and Rancho Murieta South Course (Oct. 12). T he NCGA's new Senior Series, which is open to men and women of all handicap levels, still has some events left for 2019. Each event features two flights based on age – the first flight for players age 55-64, the second flight for golfers 65 and over (age as of the event date). Players are assigned a tee based on their age. Flight 1 men play from an approximate yardage of 5,800-6,000; Flight 2 men play an approximate yardage of 5,400-5,600; all women play an approximate yardage of 5,000. Players may request to play from a longer or shorter set of tees used in the event. For more info and to get your Senior Series entry in, please visit ncga.org/senior-series/ A ces Hi gh J oin the NCGA on its first Members trip to 'Sin City' for golf and fun. The trip starts with a round at Pete Dye-designed Paiute's Wolf Course, followed by 18 holes at TPC Las Vegas, previously the site of the PGA Tour Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. The last stop is at The Las Vegas Country Club, a private course which has hosted both PGA Tour and LPGA Tour events. To learn more or sign up, please visit ncga.org/travel/las-vegas/ For more information, please visit ncga.org/weekendtour Weekend Net Tour Points Standings Top 5 as of June 20 Player Total 1 Corey Eagle 3,323 2 Joshua Eagle 2,971 3 Matt Berger 2,550 4 Jerry Olson 2,510 5 Chris Balough 2,278 Eagle Vines GC NCGA Senior Series When Where Format Fee Aug. 20 Cinnabar Hills Individual Stableford $69 Sept. 10 Tilden Park Individual Net $50 Oct. 1 Eagle Vines Individual Net $50 Oct. 11 Wildhorse Individual Net $50 Weekend Net Tour: On to the Finals Poppy Ridge GC NCGA Senior Series NCGA Senior Series

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