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All three players contributed to the two-day winning score of 284—a format that takes the best two out of three scores each day— good enough to beat the nearest contender (Colorado) by three shots. With the victory, the NCGA now has


NCGA Claims Morse Cup The NCGA team of Derek Ernst, Martin Trainer and


Kevin Wentworth won the MORSE CUP at the 45th Annual Pacific Coast Amateur hosted by the NCGA at Martis Camp in Truckee. The team competition, which took place during the first two days of the four-day event, involved 16 teams from western states and Canadian provinces.


possession of the cup for the remainder of the year and will display it at NCGA headquarters until the 2012 NCGA team attempts to defend the cup at Bandon Dunes next July. This was the ninth time the NCGA has won the Morse Cup outright—it tied in 1995 with Nevada—and the first time since 2002. Several NCGA members competed for the individual title at the Pacific Coast


Amateur with six players among the top 14 spots of the 81 competitors. Ernst was tied for the lead after the first two days of the competition and Fremont’s Taylor Travis was tied for the lead after the second round and had the outright lead going into the final day. The NCGA hosts the Pacific Coast Amateur again in 2017 at The Olympic Club in San Francisco.


EXPERIENCE IT FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE ROPE Play Chambers Bay, site of the 2010 U.S. Amateur and the 2015 U.S. Open


The U.S. Open is coming to the Pacifi c Northwest for the fi rst time in history. Play the course that’s bringing it here. At Chambers Bay you will experience pure links golf while taking in incredible panoramic views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. It’s a public access course designed to be enjoyed by players of every ability, and waiting just for you.


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