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The oldest of the NCGA’s major events, the Amateur Match Play Championship, dates back to 1903 when it was first played at San Rafael GC.
The antique sterling silver trophy reveals a who’s who of historical Northern California amateur golfers including Pebble Beach course designer Douglas Grant, Charlie Seaver, Lawson Little Jr., as well as current and past PGA Tour players Kevin Sutherland, Arron Olberholser, Spencer Levin, Matt Bettencourt, Roger Maltbie and Ray Leach.
Each exempt player is required to submit an entry prior to the closing date.
Their financial support helped ASACP develop and maintain the programs to monitor member sites and continue the battle against child exploitation.
The event often determines the NCGA’s Player of the Year award with 700 points awarded to the winner.
Multiple-time Player of the Year winners Casey Boyns and Randy Haag have both claimed the championship twice.
A month after becoming the first player in 54 years to win back-to-back titles in the NCGA Amateur Stroke Play Championship, Geyer became the first player in 51 years to win the NCGA Amateur Stroke Play and Match Play championships in the same year.
He accomplished that by winning the110 NCGA Amateur Match Play Championship at Spyglass Hill on Friday beating Andrew Morgan 5-and-4 in the 36-hole final.