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HUGH EVANS PASSES HUGH EVANS, NCGA


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Saturday, June 4 Poppy Ridge, Livermore 7:30-1:00 Saturday, June 11 Poppy Hills, Pebble Beach 7:30-1:00 Monday, October 10 Granite Bay Golf Club, Rocklin 8:00-3:00* Monday, October 17 Boulder Ridge Country Club, San Jose 8:00-3:00*


*The Fall Seminars include Teeing Ground, Out of Bounds, Ball Unplayable and Scoring.


President in 1990, passed away in late November last year at age 88. He is sur- vived by his sons Mathew and Jeffrey and two grand- children. The former Del Paso


member grew up in Utah before settling in Northern California. Evans was a part of the fi rst graduating class of Carmel High School on the Monterey Peninsula. He attended the University of Nevada before serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps, fl ying B-17s over France and Germany during World War II. After marrying wife Joyce in 1946 and working as an engineer and


surveyor, Evans attended the Hastings College of Law, University of Cali- fornia and was admitted to the California Bar in 1952, working then as a lawyer and later ascending to the Sacramento Superior Court in 1974. During Evans’ tenure on


the NCGA Board, he was instrumental in securing the water rights for the land that became Poppy Hills. His presidency encompassed the introduction of the Slope system in the region as well as the advancement of electronic handicapping. After retiring from the NCGA Board, Evans was chairman of Poppy Holding, Inc. for four years.


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