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Past NCGA Champions Jack Bariteau and Bob Blomberg Remembered


The NCGA lost another member of its inaugural Hall of Fame class in Jack Bariteau. The 1954 NCGA Stroke Play champion won 33 individual and best-ball championships during his ca- reer, and owned five Santa Clara County titles. He won club championships


Bob Blomberg


at San Jose, Pasatiempo, Orinda and Spyglass Hill, and played on several Morse Cup and North-South teams. Bariteau qualified for the Califor- nia State Amateur 30 straight years,


reaching the quarterfinals five times and earning co-medalist honors in 1966. Bariteau also reached the quar- terfinals of the 1947 U.S. Amateur at Pebble Beach. The NCGA would also like to


remember another champion in Alameda native Bob Blomberg, who won the 1992 Master Division, and teamed up with Randy Haag to win the Four-Ball Championship in 1987 and 1993. Blomberg also won his hometown Alameda Commuters six times, and was a two-time runner-up in the California State Amateur. Blomberg played in the Bing Crosby Pro-Am five times, and had 10 holes-in-one and an albatross to his name.


NCGA Noteworthy


Jack Bariteau


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