Cincinnati

The City Tour will run 4 team-based golf tournaments in Cincinnati 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.
Apr 27
Ivy Hills Country Club
Cincinnati, OH
Saturday, Apr 27th | 12:00 pm
Winning Teams
Scramble: Phil Was There
Winning Pairs
Best Ball: Benjamin Weinberger & David Borel-donohue
Scramble: Dylan Owens & John Demand
Jun 9
Heatherwoode Golf Club
Springboro, OH
Sunday, Jun 9th | 11:30 am
Winning Teams
Scramble: The Hole Hunters
Winning Pairs
Scramble: Sean Keating & Mike Cumberledge
Jul 14
Stonelick Hills GC
Batavia, OH
Sunday, Jul 14th | 12:30 pm
$115.00
$95.00
Price increases on: Jul 4th
Aug 10
The Links at Rising Star Casino Resort
Rising Sun, IN
Saturday, Aug 10th | 10:27 am
$105.00
$85.00
Price increases on: Jul 31st

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 Mike Devlin at devlin@nextgengolf.org / (617) 990-6351
2019 City Tour Championship
August 30th - September 1st
Pinehurst resort city championship
Pinehurst Resort
Pinehurst, NC
2019 Top Teams
Scramble
Position Team Name Points
T1 Phil Was There 6
T1 The Hole Hunters 6
3 XTOWNNASTYBOYS 4
David wright 2
Player Spotlight
David Wright
Team Captain
"Nextgengolf has given me a lot of opportunity to network with people not only for the game of golf, but friendships and just getting the opportunity to meet different teams/players across the country. Qualifying for nationals was a great experience and I wouldn't have got that opportunity if it wasn't for local Cincinnati City tour."

Cincinnati Teams

Angry Birdies
Captain: Josh Hotze
Ballz Corp
Captain: Brandon Zureick
Beers Before Birdies
Captain: Andrew Booth
Cannot Par Anything
Captain: Tim Volpenhein
Chase Voshells Team
Captain: Chase Voshell
Cincy North
Captain: Zack Resetar
Cincys Finest
Captain: Lee House
Cincy Skyline
Captain: Jeff Leshner
Columbus Bush Wackers
Captain: Kyle Mccormack
DeezPuttz
Captain: Josh Johns
Deloitte Cincinnati 1
Captain: Ross Krapfel
Deloitte Cincinnati 2
Captain:
Dentists to the Stars
Captain: Pat Reardon
Dream Team Elite
Captain: Jordan Knecht
Fore Horsemen
Captain: Matthew Robben
GolfBoyz
Captain: Adam Lewis
Golf Prodigies
Captain: Sean Lantry
Grip it and Sip it
Captain: Scott Siener
Gum Chewers
Captain: Mack Hoban
Hole Fillers
Captain: Eric Enz
Interloper
Captain: Thomas Rooney
Izz Awn
Captain: Matt Owens
Justins Team
Captain: Justin Lenczicki
Life Hacks
Captain: Joshua Byrne
No1 Balls in Golf
Captain: J. ryan Koehlke
Peter Schmidts Bogeys
Captain:
Philthly Flyers
Captain: Pj Greene
Phil Was There
Captain: David Borel-donohue
Precision Pro
Captain: Clay Hood
Queen City Agents
Captain: Ross Krapfel
Seths Team
Captain: Seth Kahle
Shooter Magowan
Captain: Simran Magowan
Slice And Dice
Captain:
Team Trump Pence
Captain: Austin Sipe
Team Zimmer
Captain: Brandon Zimmer
The Bogeymen
Captain: Mark Kinney
The Close Enoughs
Captain:
The Hole Hunters
Captain: Jake Alexander
Walz Wall
Captain: James Walz
weekend wariors
Captain: Rick Doane
Who's your caddy
Captain: Steven Crosley
XTOWNNASTYBOYS
Captain: David Wright
City tour group

Cincinnati 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.
Sean keating nick charhut srixon medalists cincinnati city tour
Sean Keating
Our City Ambassador in Cincinnati Sean Keating is an audit assistant at Deloitte. Sean is an avid golfer who played varsity golf for University of Dayton Men's Golf Team. He has numerous golf honors including a First-Team Atlantic-10 All-Conference award in 2010, qualifying for the 2011 US Amateur, and qualifying for the 2016 US-Mid Amateur.

About the Cincinnati City Tour

The Cincinnati golf scene boasts an abundance of private and public courses, providing an atmosphere where all players are welcome. Young professionals have great options with affordable private clubs, GolfNow rates at some of the top public tracks, and the Cincinnati City Tour for summer competition. From exclusive courses like Camargo Club to public accessible courses like Stonelick Hills, Cincy golf provides a great opportunity for golfers 9 months of the year.