The Fall 2018 National Championship is headed to Barefoot Resort in Myrtle Beach, where 224 of the top club golfers across the country will test their skills.
Grand Canyon University took home the National Championship trophy during the Spring 2018 championship and will be looking to defend its title.
The Fall 2018 National invitational will give 120 club golfers the chance to compete on a national stage,
with a trip to the Spring 2019 National Championship on the line for the winner.
Players and teams that compete in only one regional tournament will be eligible to qualify.
Interested in competing in the Desert Region? Request Info!
Arizona State University Club President
Club golf has been an amazing way for students across campus to interact and bond with others over a game that they are passionate about. Because of club golf, we have been able to form friendships that will last a lifetime.
I am from Palm Springs, California and have been playing golf for as long as I can remember. I joined the club team at GCU my Sophomore year and took over as President the beginning of my Junior year. I play golf as often as I can through school.
The Desert Region may be one of the smallest in the NCCGA, but it is also one of the most talented. Arizona State, GAA - Chandler, and Grand Canyon have all proven to be national contenders, especially over the last few semesters. Arizona State finished in the top 10 in their first two trips to nationals during the fall 2014 & fall 2015 semesters. Grand Canyon University made their first trip to nationals in the spring of 2017 and fell two shots short of Georgia, finishing in solo second. Starting this fall, the region will feed into zone #5 during nationals qualification along with the North Florida, Southeast, South Florida, Southwest, and Texas Region. Three Desert Region teams played for a National Championship in the fall of 2017 at the Paiute Golf Resort in Las Vegas, with the weather making it a 1 day event, ASU finished with an impressive team score of -4 and were Co-Champs. GCU (A) also played well with a T6 finish. In the spring of 2018, Norwood Hills hosted the NCCGA National Championship that was won by GCU , their first championship. Jordan Yamamoto was given the Red Jacket for being the low individual.