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TOURNAMENT CENTRAL


15th NCGA Parent/Child Championship David and Jason Marks, Dan and Tim Laskoski, Dave and Kate Swanson | Poppy Ridge | July 7-8


President Flight: David and Jason Marks


Net 70-68–138


Director Flight: Dan and Tim Laskoski


Net 70-67–137


Secretary Flight: Dave and Kate Swanson


Net 59-69–128


5th NCGA Women’s Net Amateur Championship Diana Tan, Karen O’Neill & Karen Biscaha | Poppy Hills | July 19-20


President Flight Diana Tan


Net 69-70–139


Director Flight Karen O’Neill Net 74-73–147


Secretary Flight Karen Biscaha Net 68-69–137


DAVID


NCGA member club(s):


Sacramento GC Years as an


NCGA member: 25 years


Partner’s best character trait: He’s a great kid, he does things the


right way, he’s hon- est and just makes great decisions. Partner’s worst trait on the golf course:


He won’t talk to me sometimes when I just ramble on and on; he’ll walk away. Favorite part of playing with family:


I enjoy when he


plays well. 


JASON


NCGA member club(s):


Sacramento GC Years as an


NCGA member: 15 years


Partner’s best character trait:


He’s a good father and has taught me this great game of golf.


Partner’s worst trait on the golf course: He plays too


conservatively. Favorite part of playing with family:


I like to give him a hard time when he hits a bad shot. Who would fill out your dream foursome:


Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer


DAN


NCGA member club(s):


Fountain Grove & PJA West Years as an


NCGA member: As long as I can remember. Partner’s best character trait: Even-mannered and very knowl- edgeable about the game of golf and sports in general. Partner’s worst trait on the golf course:


Putting his father in bunkers. Favorite part of playing with family:


The camaraderie and the fact that we can spend two days together with


no real distractions. 


TIM


NCGA member club(s): eClub


San Francisco Years as an


NCGA member: Over 10 years. Partner’s best character trait: Sense of humor and his ability to make conversation with anybody. Partner’s worst trait on the golf course: Bump and runs. Favorite part of playing with family:


I echo those [my father’s] thoughts. Who would fill out your dream foursome:


Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan


FALL 2012 / NCGA.ORG / 59


DAVE


NCGA member club(s):


Del Paso CC & The Olympic Club Years as an


NCGA member: 30 years


Partner’s best character trait: Determination. Partner’s worst trait on the golf course: Determination. It comes back to haunt her. Favorite part of playing with family:


We laugh a lot. 


KATE


NCGA member club(s):


Del Paso CC Years as an


NCGA member: Two years Partner’s best character trait:


Sense of humor. He’s pretty funny and makes me laugh.


Partner’s worst trait on the golf course:


He’s always right and sometimes


that’s hard to take. Favorite part of playing with family:


I learn a lot and I have a lot of fun. Who would fill out your dream foursome:


Matt Kuchar and Phil Mickelson


NCGA


member club(s): Gleneagles GC & Sequoyah


GC 


Years as an NCGA member:


13 years 


One word to describe yourself:


Persistent 


Dream


foursome: Suzanne


Patterson, Adam Scott and


Nick Faldo 


What does it mean to win your flight? It’s great [to win]. I have been playing this tournament since it started, and I have


never placed. NCGA


member club(s): EWGA Sonoma-


Marin-Napa


Chapter 


Years as an NCGA member:


25 years 


One word to describe yourself:


Patient 


Dream


foursome: Annika


Sorenstam, Dottie


Pepper and Julie


Inkster 


What does it mean to win your flight? It’s fantastic [to win], but I come out here just to have fun, so it’s certainly a bonus.


NCGA


member club: EWGA


Sacramento


Chapter 


Years as an NCGA member:


Three years 


One word to describe yourself:


Generous 


Dream


foursome: Annika


Sorenstam, Yani Tseng and


Karen Garcia 


What does it mean to win your flight? It’s exciting [to win]. It makes me very happy, and I


look forward to competing in a higher division [in the future].


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