The 2012 WGAC State Team Champ

This weekend kicks off the 2012 WGAC State Team Match against the North and South!

The North and South will gather together for their traditional match on July 28th and 29th to play for the highly coveted trophy. The two teams will compete for the trophy (and bragging rights) at the San Luis Obispo Country Club. The form of play will be a four-ball modified scotch and two-person scramble.

Last year the North ended the South’s seven year winning streak by claiming the title with an impressive win. This year, the south is determined to take back the trophy, while the North plans to continue their winning streak. Stay tuned next week for the winner or check our Facebook for live updates throughout the weekend.

The State title is the most coveted and is recognized throughout the United States and abroad. This tournament alternates between Northern and Southern California. When it is played in Northern California, it is under the direction of the Women’s Golf Association of Northern California; and when it is played in the South, it is under the auspices of the Women’s Southern California Golf Association. This year, it is being played in the North and will be ran under the direction of the Women’s Golf Association of Northern California.

*Also taking place this week is the WSCGA Division 1 City Team Championship. The City Team Championship will be played at the home team greens, Glendora Country Club and Los Coyotes Country Club.

Stay up to date with our tournaments by visiting our tournaments page.

 Take a look at our June Tee Talk for more insightful stories, upcoming

tournaments and a sneak peak at next years calendar!


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