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DarkHorse juniors team up for fourth-place finish

With a score of 1-under par 71, the Pro-Junior Team of John Snopkowski (Santa Teresa GC) and Mark Wyllie (Male-12) won the 2004 Northern California PGA Ty Caplin Memorial Pro-Junior Championship held July 5 at Elkhorn Country Club in Stockton.

DarkHorse Golf Club’s David Atchison and Cameron Champ (Male-9) finished in fourth place among the field competing in the Boys 11-and-under division by shooting an 82.



Tim Huber and Bryson DeChambeau of Riverbend Golf Course teamed for a 76 to win the 11-and-under title.

Teal Bend Pro takes




NorCal PGA Series title

With a score of 5 under par (66), Northern California PGA Professional David Carr of Teal Bend GC (Sacramento) won the Northern California PGA Professional Series IV Championship Monday at The Hills Course (Par 71) at The Resort at Red Hawk GC in Sparks, Nevada.

Stuart Smith of Granite Bay GC (Granite Bay) finished second with a 3 under par (68), and Doug Flynn of Whitehawk Ranch GC (Clio) tied for third place with Walter Thompson of Sierra View CC (Roseville) with a 4 under par (69). Final results are listed below.

Nevada County CC hosts annual Ladies’ Invitational

The Nevada County Country Club held its annual Ladies Invitational June 29.

With a full field of 72 ladies from all over Northern California, the winners were:

1st Place -Mary Deardorff and Skip Riebe (Nevada County Country Club) and their guests, Mary Gobby and Dee Hurst (Alta Sierra).

2nd place – Donna Carter, Sally Elser, Jo Menary and Mary Kloss.

3rd place – Gloria Dalke, Nonda Chamberlain, Lou Sheehan and Jan Baily.

– The Union staff


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