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22nd Associate Club Four-Ball Net Championship Erik Nissen and Jay Haro | Net 58-64–122 | Quail Lodge and Spyglass Hill | June 24-25


46th Four-Ball Net Championship Vince Cressio and Greg Jones | Net 62-65–127 | Spyglass Hill and Quail Lodge | June 24-25


Erik Nissen and Jay Haro


Erik Nissen 


NCGA Club:


Sacto Regional Par GC 


Years as an NCGA member:


20 


One word to describe your playing partner: “The Man” 


Who would fill out your dream foursome?


Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson and my son, Tanner


Jay Haro 


NCGA Club:


Sacto Regional Par GC 


Years as an NCGA member:


25 


One word to describe your playing partner: Helpful 


Who would fill out your dream foursome? My dad, Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan


Vince Cressio and Greg Jones


Vince Cressio 


NCGA Club:


Boulder Creek GC 


Years as an NCGA member:


2.5 


One word to describe your playing partner: Fantastic 


Who would fill out your dream foursome? My Grandfather, my Dad and Travis Krepelka


Greg Jones 


NCGA Club:


Boulder Creek GC 


Years as an NCGA member:


3.5 


One word to describe your playing partner: Clutch 


Who would fill out your dream foursome? Dean Albert, Jon Cook, Eddie Renshaw


Cathrea Captures Low Amateur Honors at U.S. Women’s Open Inbee Park rightfully dominated the headlines


at the 68th U.S. Open by winning her third straight major. But Livermore’s Casie Cathrea made quite the name for herself on golf ’s biggest stage that same week. Cathrea, 17, tied for the best score in the final


round of the U.S. Open at Sebonack GC in South- ampton, N.Y. with a 2-under 70 to clinch low amateur honors. Cathrea, who tied for 25th at 9-over, began her


Casie Cathrea


final round a scorching 5-under through eight holes. The two-time Junior Tour Player of the Year came back to earth a bit with a bogey on No. 9 and clos- ing bogeys on Nos. 17 and 18, but her 70 still tied Shanshan Feng for the low score of the day. It was just one of four scores out of 68 to break par in the final round. Park closed with a 74.


“I was just trying to stay in my own little bubble and not get ahead of myself,” Cathrea said after the round. Cathrea entered the U.S. Women’s Open ranked 134th in the world amateur rankings, but beat all 19 amateurs in the field, including No. 1 Lydia Ko by two. “I’m at the U.S. Open and I made the cut,” said


Cathrea, who also won the inaugural Porter Cup two weeks earlier. “That was my goal, that and to be low amateur.” Cathrea made the cut by shooting 75-73 her first


two rounds, although she admitted she was a bit nervous Saturday during her 79. “There are definitely a lot more nerves,” Cathrea


said. “When I teed off Saturday, my legs were shaking.” But she certainly proved she belonged on Sunday.


SUMMER 2013 / NCGA.ORG / 53


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