NCGA PLUS

JAN 2018

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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 rures vo imputat quinquennalis appar 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 rures vo imputat quinquennalis appar 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 lae, semper fragilis rures vo imputat quinquennalis appar 00 TOC HEADER Box Sans No Indent verecundus syrtes imputat utilitas agricolae, semper fragilis rures vo imputat JANUARY 2018 3 PROFESSIONALS Defending champ Jordan Spieth and newcomer Rory McIlroy are among the big names who are set to compete in the 2018 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. 4 MAJOR NEWS The lineup of majors coming to Northern California has grown again with the announcement that the 2028 PGA Championship and 2032 Ryder Cup are coming to Olympic Club. 6 WOMEN'S GOLF The LPGA Tour is headed back to the Bay Area after a one-year hiatus. The new event will be held April 26-29 at Lake Merced GC in Daly City. 7 WALKER CUP Northern California native Nathaniel Crosby is headed back to Royal Liverpool GC in England, where he helped Team USA win the Walker Cup in 1983. 9 TRAVEL Los Cabos continues to be a hot spot. Cabo del Sol, which put golf in the region on the map, has been upgraded. The new ZadĂșn, meanwhile, is slated to open this year. 10 APPAREL Golf apparel manufacturers on both the East and West Coasts are ready to roll out new gear for the New Year. 12 IN MEMORIAM Golf in the Bay Area lost a huge supporter with the passing of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee. Four in a Row Team NCGA celebrated its fourth straight victory over the Southern California Golf Association, this time by a score of 44-28, at the biennial Seaver Cup, held Dec. 14-15 at Rancho La Quinta. The Cup, named after California amateur legend and 2016 NCGA Hall of Fame inductee Charles Seaver, utilizes a format similar to the Ryder Cup. The NCGA, which was captained by 2018 President Tom Bone, leads in the series, 5-3-2.

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