NCGA PLUS

MAR 2018

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MARCH 2018 3 PUBLIC LINKS STILL OPEN Spots in this year's NCGA Public Links Championship, which features a scratch and two net flights, are still available. 4 CAN'T MISS MISSOURI Among the things that make the Show Me State a golf travel destination is the 100th PGA Championship. 6 THE WIZARD OF PEBBLE Underdog Ted Potter Jr. walked away with the crystal trophy at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. 7 GLOBAL GOLF The USGA and R&A officially announced a proposed new World Handicap System, to go into effect in 2020. 9 WOMEN'S WEEK A record nine females competed in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, with one making the Pro-Am cut. 11 STEPPING OUT New shoes for men and women from Adidas and Under Armour will make you look forward to lacing it up. 12 SHINING BRIGHT The USGA unveiled the new U.S. Senior Women's Open trophy, which will be awarded this July to the winner at Chicago Golf Club. 14 CALENDAR On the Tee: March Back From the Break Spring is around the corner, which means the Capital Insurance Group sponsored Junior Tour of Northern California is back in action. The first event of the Spring Series, the Spring Series I Championship, tees off March 17-18 at Stockton Golf and Country Club and Elkhorn Golf Club. From there, it's on to the Summer Series through the JTNC Tour Championship at the end of July. Other venues the tour will hit include The Reserve at Spanos Park, Poppy Ridge GC and El Macero CC. For more info, please visit jtnc.org

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