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Lake Merced Hosts Foundation Honorary Board A warm thank you is


due to Lake Merced GC for hosting an NCGA Founda- tion honorary board outing in March. Due to the club’s


generosity, the Foundation can dedicate more funds to support youth in local communities. Lake Mer- ced has been a member


club and loyal supporter of the NCGA for almost 90 years and was a founding club of the Foundation’s club enrollment program.


Lake Merced has been the venue for the NCGA Junior Championship for most of its 83 year existence and is in the rotation of California State Amateur host clubs. Furthermore, it regularly hosts U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying and will wel- come the U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur Championship this July. Over the past two years


the Foundation’s Youth on Course program has subsi- dized nearly 110,000 rounds of golf at 120 facilities for almost 9,000 eligible youth, and participants have never paid more than $5 for a round of golf. Youth on Course has


expanded its scope and


EXPERIENCE IT FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE ROPES 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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Chambers Bay “Behind the ropes” ad | NCGA Spring 2012 issue 4C 7” x 5” non-bleed ad


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