Posted by: randyhaaggolf | February 11, 2010

Playing Resume

Hometown: San Francisco; Home Club: Olympic Club

Born: 1-9-59; College: San Diego State (1981); Profession: President/CEO of webaccomodate.com

Career Accomplishments: In 2009, won the Monterey City and NCGA Master Division and qualified for the British Senior Open…Was runner-up in the San Francisco City in 2008 and captured the amateurgolf.com Wine Country Cup at Stonetree … In 2007, claimed both the Silicone Valley Championship at Coyote Creek and Wine Country Cup at Stonetree GC … Tied for runner-up place at the California Mid-Am at Stevinson Ranch … Partnered with Jamie Looper to place second at the Roddy Ranch Four-Ball Championship … Tied for second-place at the Santa Clara County Championship at San Jose CC … Won the 2004 Wine Country Cup at StoneTree GC and the Monterey Bay Championship at Bayonet/Black Horse GCs… Advanced to the semifinals of the 2003 NCGA Amateur, the eighth time in the last 11 years he has at least made it that far … Came out of a personal slump with a victory at the 2002 Master Division Championship at Winchester CC … Won the 2000 and 2002 Crump Cup at Pine Valley GC … Was runner-up to James Hay in the final of the 2000 NCGA Amateur … Competed on the NCGA team in the 2000 Seaver Cup (where he handily defeated 2000 U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Greg Puga of the SCGA team) and NCGA/NCPGA Cup Matches … Won the 2000 NCGA Four-Ball Championship (for the third time) with partner Darryl Donovan, tying the all-time scoring record with a 13-under-par 203 … Has played in eight of the last nine U.S. Mid-Amateur Championships (the lone exception being 1996), advancing to match play in an all eight events, advancing to the quarterfinals an unprecedented five times and the round of 16 twice (including 2000) … During the ’90s, won the third-most USGA matches of all current amateurs in the country, which included 19 matches at the U.S. Mid-Am and three at the U.S. Amateur … Won the Bay Regional a record fifth time in 2000, breaking the 68-year-old scoring record with a 276 … Won NCGA Player of the Year honors in 1999 for a record-tying third time … Accumulated the second-highest point total in NCGA history in winning the award … Won the 1999 San Francisco City Championship, beating longtime rival Gary Vanier in the final match … Won the 1999 NCGA San Joaquin Valley Championship at Stevinson Ranch GC by three shots … Won the 1999 NCGA Master Division Championship in his first try … Also during the ’99 season, captured the Sonoma County and Marin County and was runner-up at the Contra Costa Amateur, Vacaville City and Monterey County … Has played 29 USGA matches in the ’90s … Is the all-time NCGA point leader with more than 10,000 career points … Has won 11 NCGA championships … Won the NCGA Amateur two years in a row (1992 and 1993) and was runner-up in 1995 … Runner-up at the CGA (State) Amateur in 1988 and advanced to the semifinals in 1996 … Won the Stocker Cup for the second time in 1997, also winning in 1993 … Was medalist at the U.S. Amateur in 1996 … Competed in the Pacific Coast Amateur 14 straight years, finishing second in 1995, 3rd in 1994 and in the top ten a total of five times … Has won 25 other Northern California tournaments in his lifetime … Also owns 19 club championships, including Blackhawk CC, Boundary Oaks GC and the Olympic Club title in 1997 … Owns the course records at the Blackhawk CC Lake and Falls courses with 65s, as well as the competitive record at Lake Tahoe GC, a 65 … Shot a course-record 67 at Edgewood Tahoe GC … Has participated in 13 straight NCGA/NCPGA Cup Matches … Also played on seven North/South teams and three winning Pacific Coast Amateur Morse Cup teams.


Responses

  1. Hey Randy!
    Greg Puga here. “Competed on the NCGA team in the 2000 Seaver Cup (where he handily defeated 2000 U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Greg Puga of the SCGA team)” You gotta put down that I birdied the final hole to TIE you and win the Seaver Cup for So. Cal! Hope to hear from you soon buddy!
    –PUGA


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