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Thailand’s K.K. Limbhasut Leads by Narrow Single Shot Margin After Round One at Pacific Coast Amateur

The UC-Berkeley junior paired identical nines of two-under 34 to start his week in the lead at Seattle Golf Club; Southern California Golf Association leads team competition by four-strokes over Northern California; Chris Babcock of Seattle sits tied for eighth PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Seattle, Wash.)– K.K. Limbhasut, a native of Bangkok, Thailand and a […]

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50th Pacific Coast Amateur Set for Seattle Golf Club

Arnold Palmer layout acts as host for historic event; 87-player field all seeking the opportunity to raise Dr. Ed Updegraff Trophy as champion after 72 holes of stroke play  PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Seattle, Wash)– The 50th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship, hosted by the Washington State and Pacific Northwest golf associations, will take place at historic […]

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Chambers Bay to Host 51st Pacific Coast Amateur

Site of the 2010 U.S. Amateur and 2015 U.S. Open, Chambers Bay welcomes the prestigious Pacific Coast Amateur Championship as the second consecutive Seattle-area venue to fit into Championship’s rotation  PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (University Place, Wash)– Chambers Bay Golf Course, a 7,165-yard par-72 championship venue sitting along the shores of Puget Sound in the shadow […]

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PAC Coast – Final Round Recap

WISE CATCHES FIRE IN FINAL ROUND TO CAPTURE 49TH PACIFIC COAST AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP  University of Oregon Duck Men’s Golfer Aaron Wise claims Dr. Ed Updegraff trophy as 49th Pacific Coast Amateur champion; Beau Hossler and Maverick McNealy finish tied runner up; Sulman Raza is low Oregonian PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Eugene, OR)– University of Oregon Duck Sophomore […]

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Pacific Coast Amateur Unveils Updegraff Perpetual Trophy

TUCSON, ARIZ., (July 28, 2010) — The Pacific Coast Golf Association has created a new permanent Pacific Coast Amateur Championship trophy named for legendary amateur golfer Dr. Ed Updegraff. The 87-year-old retired Tucson urologist was on hand when the trophy was unveiled last night at the players’ dinner in advance of the 43rd playing of […]

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