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FOLLOW THE NCGA ON TWITTER The NCGA Twitter page is now more useful than ever before. New to the page is the daily tweeting of golf deals at NCGA courses to save members money. Additionally, there are occasional giveaways for Twitter followers. If you are not following the NCGA on Twitter, there is no better time than now.


Poppy Ridge 15th Anniversary


October marks the 15th Anniversary of Poppy Ridge opening its doors to NCGA Members in 1996. NCGA golfers


receive an additional 15% savings off weekly golf shop items during the month of October. Members can purchase a Poppy Ridge logo hat for just $15 among other exclusive savings. Stop by the pro shop to celebrate the anniversary and save money on everything from golf balls to golf bags.


Gross Winners, The Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund


Foundation Winners The NCGA FOUNDATION held its ninth


annual Pro-Am in mid-August at Spyglass Hill. Proceeds from the Club Car-sponsored event help youth in Northern California develop life skills and values though the Foundation’s Youth on Course program. Youth on Course focuses on an entire


continuum of services, allowing participants to play affordably and build self-esteem through clinics, mentoring, internships and scholarships. The Foundation also partners with local organizations to identify youth in underserved communities who rarely have the ability to experience outside educational and recreational opportunities. The participants were introduced to Sebas-


tian Crampton and Skyler Finnell, two of the Foundation’s Youth on Course members who have taken on a mentor role for other deserv- ing youth. Crampton and Finnell hit tee shots on the par-3 12th and 15th holes and teams


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20% OFF


Net Winners, Assurant Employee Benefi ts


had the option of playing the mentor’s ball. The Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund


team won the Pro-Am gross title with a 12-under score of 60. Team members included Ken Flax, Stephen Jaeger, Doug Goldman, David Friedman and professional Mitch Lowe. The Viking Steel team of Dan Hansford, Bob Nebozuk, Steve Berg, Brian Morse and professional Eric Mina fi nished second, posting a 10-under 62. The Assurant Employee Benefi ts team


captured the net title, posting a 51 with the aid of professional Chris Bitticks. Team members were Josh Brewster, Fred Cook, Tom Hughes and Jim Bice. The Water Klip Group, whose team members included Weldon Wasson, Mike Hexner, Mark Rosen, Tim Stevens and professional David Halldorson, took second after carding a 53. Mitch Lowe fi red a 68 to win the profes- sional division. –Katie Stoeckle


NCGA MEMBER ADVANTAGE: SAN JUAN OAKS SAN JUAN OAKS GOLF COURSE located 45 minutes south of San Jose in Hol- lister offers NCGA members 18 holes of golf with a cart for $57 per play- er Monday-Friday, along with discounts on all buckets of balls. The NCGA


weekday rate is more than 20% off the public rate with cart for this Fred Couples and Gene Bates design. Tee times for San Juan Oaks can be made by calling 800/453-8337 or by contacting the golf shop at 831/636-6115. Check the Member Advantage page on ncga.org for additional savings and specials.


Scan this Microsoft Tag to learn of other savings through Member Advantage.


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