Once known as Alameda Municipal Golf Course, the city renamed the venue in 1992 to Chuck Corica Golf Complex to honor the former mayor.
In 2017 the name was shortened to Corica Park. The Jack Clark South Course was originally designed by William Francis Bell in 1957
and was partially redesigned by Robert Muir Graves in 1977. The South Course has recently undergone a ground-up renovation
under the guidance of architect Rees Jones with Greenway Golf agronomist Marc Logan and team handling construction.
In the First Flight, Keith Shiver shot a nice four-over 76 to win low gross.
William Wei ran away with the low net honors shooting a fine 68, four strokes ahead of his nearest competitor.
Adam Fink took the low gross in the Second Flight with a 79 while the familiar name of Buzz Ogren
appeared at the top of the low net scorers at two-under 70. Just a stroke behind was Mark Heucke in second
with Brad Martin in third at even par 72.
The 2019 Player of the Year, Ken Arends, started out the new season by taking low gross in the third flight with a 92.
Low net went to James Kaku with a one under 71 while Gordy Cole and Chuck Pickett shared second at
with one over 73's.
Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all who came out to enjoy the course.
John Frykland, webmaster