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Poppy Ridge GPS App Available


If you are playing Poppy Ridge with a smart phone, you can get pin- point yardages for free! Just visit gps.poppyridge golf.com to use a web-based


app that provides yardages for every hole on Merlot, Chardon- nay and Zinfandel—no matter where you hit it. Since the app is a website, it uses less battery life, ensuring that you can get around all 27 holes without a problem.


NCGA Foundation Winners


T


he NCGA Foundation held its seventh annual Chevron/Youth on Course Capitol Invitational on June


(L-R) Kirk Whelan, Bob Manzer, Foundation President Patrick Quinn, Marshal Myers and NCGA Board Member Tom Carter


20-21 at the Cache Creek Casino Resort and Yocha Dehe Golf Club. The presenting sponsor, Chevron, partnered with the Foundation once again to honor members of the California state legislature, and to raise money for the Youth on Course program. The event enjoyed attendance from several state assembly members and senators. The tournament raises upwards of $100,000 annually to help fund the Youth on Course


program, which benefits youth throughout Northern California by teaching valuable life skills and core values through the game of golf. After a reception held on the eve of the tournament, the team of Tom Carter, Bob


Manzer, Marshal Myers and Kirk Whelan won first place in the four-man scramble with a score of 60. Finishing in second place was Dan Eaton, Alex Baldonado, Andrew Baldonado and George Salidas, who finished with a 64. Longest-drive and closest-to-the-hole contests were held around the course with prizes ranging from a TaylorMade RBZ 3-wood to AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am tickets. This event is one of a full schedule of charity tournaments throughout the year that


support the Youth on Course program. To learn more about other opportunities to support Youth on Course, contact NCGA Foundation Executive Director Adam Heieck at 831/625- 4653.


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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