The Caddy Club of Pebble Beach (NCGA photo)
PEBBLE BEACH, CA (August 29, 2017) - The Caddy Club of Pebble Beach shot a final round score of 19-under 125 Tuesday at par-71 Spyglass Hill Golf Course to come from behind and win the annual NCGA Associate Club Championship. It’s the second time Caddy Club of Pebble Beach has won the title (2000).
Comprised of teammates Troy Bumgardner, Tim Springer, Mitch Hosaka and Edward Claessen, the Caddy Club posted nine eagles and three birdies to go against just two bogeys.
Eagle Ridge Rewards Club, which had led after the first round, slipped to second place following a final round 132, Third place went to Silicon Valley GC at 255 following a 120.
In the Associate Club Championship, teams compete in the best-two-net-balls-of-four format, where four-man teams take their two best net scores each hole to come up with the team score for that hole.
The team of Bumgarder (a 3 handicap), Springer (5), Hosaka (11) and Claessen (16) played 23 of the 36 holes under par.
DAY ONE REPORT
Eagle Ridge Rewards Club is the team to chase after day one of the annual NCGA Associate Club Championship.
The Eagle Ridge Rewards Club shot a first round score of 20-under 122 in Monday’s first round at par-71 Poppy Hills Golf Course. The Eagle Ridge Rewards Club squad, made up of teammates Josh Torres, Rick Hattaway, James Haas and Doyle Knight, Jr., posted eight eagles and four birdies to go against just two bogeys.
In second place at 125 is the Caddy Club of Pebble Beach, comprised of teammates Troy Bumgardner, Tim Springer, Mitch Hosaka and Edward Claessen. Both Green Tea GC and Dot Squad are tied for third at 127.
Tuesday’s final round will see play shift over to par-72 Spyglass Hill.
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ABOUT THE NCGA Associate Club Championship
NCGA Associate Club members ONLY. Best two balls
four net. 18 hole local qualifying. 28 teams advance
the championship. Championship is 36 holes (18
per day) played both at Spyglass Hill and Poppy
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