Bay Area

The City Tour will run 6 team-based golf tournaments in Bay Area for amateur golfers of all skill levels. Sign up your team or register as an individual today.
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Tournament Schedule

Prices include cart, range, a sleeve of Srixon Z-Star balls, tee gifts, and awards. City Tour does not charge membership fees.
Dec 8
Crow Canyon Country Club
Danville, CA
Sunday, Dec 8th | 12:30 pm
Winning Teams
Scramble: Tigers Med Cabinet
Winning Pairs
Scramble: Kendra Bishop & Nate Namanny
Apr 4
Saturday, Apr 4th
More details coming soon!
May 9
Saturday, May 9th
More details coming soon!
Jun 13
Saturday, Jun 13th
More details coming soon!
Jul 11
Saturday, Jul 11th
More details coming soon!
Aug 8
Saturday, Aug 8th
More details coming soon!

How it works

City Tour offers local and national competition with a low commitment—each city holds one weekend event (Saturday or Sunday) per month during the summer, and the best teams from both formats will qualify to represent their city at the City Tour Championship in the Fall. Our player base is made up of college teammates, co-workers, high school friends, former champions, golfers new to a city, and everything in-between. All swings are welcome.
Teams
City tour team play
Each team has 2–3 pairs. We'll help fill out your team if you don't have enough people, or match you to a team if you're signing up as a free agent.
Format
City tour format
Decide how competitive you're feeling. The formats available are Best Ball (more serious) and Scramble (more relaxed).
Scoring
City tour scoring
Final scores are tallied using scores from the two best pairs on your team. If your team does well enough, you'll qualify for the City Championship!
Format & Rules
Tournaments are based on team play rather than individual competition, and don’t require handicaps. All events are sanctioned under USGA rules, although local course rules do apply. Please visit the Rules and Eligibility page for complete rules and eligibility information.
Cost
City Tour tournaments are held on Saturdays or Sundays at high-end public venues, semi-private, or private courses and cost between $75–$110 per event. There are no membership fees or additional costs for City Tour.
Promise
You can expect a professionally run event with great people and the opportunity to network with golfers 21 and older in your city.
Championship
The top teams in each format in each city will qualify for the City Tour Championship on labor day weekend. Teams may qualify for the City Championship with a Wild Card bid as well. Check out the Rules and Eligibility page for more information.
Awards
Top team and pair prizes. Longest drive and closest to pin contests. Cash prizes through optional skins game. Top teams qualify for the National Championship
Swag
All players receive a tee gift including a sleeve of Srixon Z-Star premium golf balls, tees, ball markers, and more.
Still have questions? Click here to view our FAQ, or feel free to contact Ben Tyler at ben@nextgengolf.org / (508) 641-5491
2019 City Tour Championship
2020 Championship TBA
Pinehurst resort city championship
Pinehurst Resort
Pinehurst, NC
2020 Top Teams
Scramble
Position Team Name Points
1 Tigers Med Cabinet 6
2 Coles Crew 3
3 Kendra's Team 1
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Player Spotlight
Amalia Emma
Chicago City Tour Player
“I recently played a nextgengolf tournament for the Chicago tour. I signed up as a free agent, and my team was very welcoming. This tournament was a great opportunity to play with others who appreciate the game of golf as much as I do. Thank you Brian and Matt for putting on a fun tournament!”

Bay Area Teams

18Birdies
Captain: Mark Gosen
18Birds
Captain: Matt O'brien
2Charlie
Captain: James Padilla
2 putts 1 cup
Captain: Jason Palumbo
Bay Area Free Agents
Captain:
Bay Area vga
Captain: Bang Pho
BCO Bros
Captain: Conor Simons
BIP IT AND RIP IT
Captain: Aj Anderson
Birdie to Bogey
Captain: Jeremy Chan
Bottom of the Cup
Captain: Thomas Nelson
BroChambeaus
Captain:
Center Cut Caddies
Captain: Cyrus Dorosti
Coles Crew
Captain: Cole Bunn
Deloitte San Francisco
Captain: Landon Swystun
Deloitte San Francisco 2
Captain:
Dimpled Golf Balls
Captain: Andrew Dye
Fists of Furyk
Captain: James Jeun
Force
Captain: Akshun Gupta
For the kids
Captain: Ian Matthews
Hat Demerica
Captain:
I Like Big Putts
Captain: Josh Mendez
Jameson Jerks
Captain: Brandon Brown
Kendra's Team
Captain: Kendra Bishop
LOXINATORS
Captain: Chris Young
MakeAmericaGolfAgain
Captain: Victor Ramos
Make America Golf Again
Captain:
M-ICE - T-Spieth
Captain: Matt Garcia
Midnight Marauders
Captain: Andy Sorensen
Myles Team
Captain:
Pinhigh
Captain: Will Clark
Putt Buddies
Captain: Mike Kane
Putt Pirates
Captain: Devon Tonneson
QualiTee Time
Captain: Terry Hines
Scramble Golfers
Captain: Raja Maruthu
Shen Bird and the ball Busters
Captain: Nick Lico
Snakes in the Long Grass
Captain: Jack Kerkorian
Sonoma Scramblers
Captain: Dustin Mertens
Spencer McLaughlins Team
Captain: Spencer Mclaughlin
Stoney
Captain: Jeff Williamson
Thanes team
Captain: Jarred Henry
The Foot Wedges
Captain: Kevin Mckee
The Fore Horsemen
Captain: Kyle Nieman
This Putts For You
Captain:
Tigers Med Cabinet
Captain: Scott Brinkman
Vijay Khaled
Captain: Aaron Klein
Weapons of Grass Destruction
Captain: Anthony Montano
Wong Hat DeMerritt
Captain: Trevor Demerritt
Yeeeee
Captain: Shai Mohan
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Bay Area City Ambassador

Nextgengolf City Ambassadors are backbone of the City Tour. These leaders represent Nextgengolf locally in over 20 cities across the country, and work tirelessly to help us bring the best social golf experiences to you.
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Scott Brinkman
Scott is the City Ambassador in the Bay Area and is an avid golfer. He attended the City Tour Championship in 2018 and is looking forward to the new season. Scott hopes to have the tournaments run well and be fun for all participants

About the Bay Area City Tour

While sometimes overshadowed by the big cities in Southern California, the Bay Area boasts high-caliber golf courses and a rich history. The Olympic Club has hosted several US Opens, and the colleges in the area have produced PGA Tour success stories. Tiger Woods the most prominent, and member of the Stanford golf team. While high prices, private courses, and distance pose a challenge for many young adult golfers, Bay Area golf is a great landing spot for the City Tour.