Results from the competition on Sunday, 4-June.
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Foxchase GC (Stevens, Pa.)
6607-Yards / 124-Slope / Par 72
5-Match Combine Net-Stroke Play
The competition was open to "all public
golf course association's" & "golf clubs without real-estate" golf clubs.
The winner was determined by the combine
"net score of five (5) matches of three (3) different formats of play.
- 2-Men Best-Ball (2-matches)
- Individual Stroke-Play (2-matches)
- Pinehurst Alternate-Shot (1-match)
Purse's were given out to each of the
"low net" scores in each format of competition.
Individual Net Stroke Play;
Todd Gleason 69 (G.T. of G.P.)
Best-Ball; Michael Lachman
& James Mallon 63 (G.T. of G.P.)
Willy Westall & John Coombs 65 (NGA)
Closest to the Pins (purses for each hole)
3rd (215-yards) Allan Shannon
(GT of GP) 26' 8"
6th (177-yards) Jim Chandler
(Foxchase GC) 17' 6"
8th (196-yards) Pete Steffy
(Foxchase GC) 14' 7"
13th (155-yards) John Coombs
(NGA) 15' 5"
Nomad Golf Association (Team)
John Coombs (Captain)
Frank "Buddy" MacLeod
As defending champions, the
Nomad Golf Association will
pick the venue for the 2007 KPGA-Ryder Cup. Next years tournament will be held
on Sunday, June 3, 2007, the venue will be announced at a
The KPGA-Ryder Cup is available to all
public golf course member's associations, "golf clubs without real-estate" or
"golf leagues" to participate in.