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Last Updated: July 23, 2018

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Date Course
Jun 02Coyote Creek - Valley Course
Jun 09Sunnyvale - NCGA 2 Man Senior Qualifier
Jun 16Crazy Horse
Jun 23Los Lagos
Jun 30Brentwood
Jul 07Seascape
Jul 14Santa Clara
Jul 21Sunnyvale - Net Am Qualifier
Jul 28Moffett Field
Date Course
Aug 11Franklin Canyon
Aug 18DeLaveaga
Aug 25Aptos Seascape
Sep 08Club Championship
Sep 22Pacific Grove
Sep 29Deer Ridge
Oct 06San Juan Oaks
Oct 13Canyon Lakes
Oct 20Metropolitan
Date Course
Oct 27Moffett
Nov 03Coyote Creek-Valley
Nov 10Manteca
Nov 17Sunnyvale
Nov 25No Golf - Thanksgiving
Dec 01Moffett
Dec 08Poppy Hills
Dec 15Sunnyvale
Dec 22No Golf - Xmas
Date Course
Dec 29No Golf - New Years


Tournament: 08-18-18 -- DELAVEAGA
Tournament Director: John Balsley (650-678-2191)
Format: Point Par, Split Tees. First starting time is 9:00 AM.
Max # of players: 16
Cost per player: $78 Includes Cart.
Cut-off date: 08-11-18
Other: Course Designer Bert Stamps 1970, his other works include Belmont C/C in Fresno, Rancho Murieta North, and Sunset Whitney in Rocklin. Tight, tree lined fairways, sloping greens and canyons are all characteristics of Delaveaga. #10 is renown throughout the area as one of the toughtest par 5ís around. #16 may be one the toughtest par 4ís as well. Trees line the right side of the fairway making your drive very critical. This course is not long at all but will challenge you with your short game prowess and accurarcy. Sign up for this gem in the Santa Cruz mountains. The toughest hole is the 10th, which is a long par 5 (561 yards from the white tees) with water left and OB right. And don't forget the ravine you have to carry as well. The drive and second shot are definitely the toughest back-to-back shots you'll face anywhere.
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We are past the cut-off. Contact John Balsley (650-678-2191) to see if there are any openings.
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Tournament: 08-25-18 -- APTOS SEASCAPE
Tournament Director: John Balsley (650-678-2191)
Format: Point Par, Split Tees. First starting time is 10:45.
Max # of players: 16
Cost per player: $77 includes cart.
Cut-off date: 08-13-18
Other: A great mountain / seaside layout. Youíll love the sound of your tee shots as they crack through the Monterey pines and eucalyptus trees. Not a long course, but you better be straight.

We are past the cut-off. Contact John Balsley (650-678-2191) to see if there are any openings.
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Tournament: 09-08-18 -- CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
Tournament Director: Dave Olivo (669-214-1211)
Format: Low Net, Back Tees. First starting time is 8:00 AM.
Max # of players: 28
Cost per player: $120 - min two rounds - no cart.
Cut-off date: 08-31-18
Other: The Club Championship is played on two weekends at Sunnyvale. The initial two rounds will be played on 9/8/18 and 9/9/18. These two rounds will be qualifying rounds. The four low scores in each Flight will advance to match play on the following weekend (9/15 and 9/16/18). The Championship Flight will be played at gross - the other Flights will be played at net. Players advancing to match play will not pay additional fees. Come and play - match play is a lot of fun.
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Tournament: 09-22-18 -- PACIFIC GROVE
Tournament Director: Jim Perko (408-225-5703)
Format: Point Par, Split Tees. First starting time is 9:00 AM.
Max # of players: 16
Cost per player: $62 - no cart.
Cut-off date: 09-06-18
Other: A journey back to the Monterey Peninsula for an SMGC favorite course, co-designed in the 1920's by a Jack Neville. His other works include Pebble Beach. This the poor manís Pebble. Though not at all in the same category, the similarities are worth trip. Morning fog and sea mist require you take more club extra club for your shots. The greens are as small as Pebble but not as quick. The rye and Bermuda grass make the pitch and run shot doubly difficult. After your round, enjoy lunch in the newly renovated restaurant. They serve a great burger.
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