The Spring 2020 National Championship heads back to the east coast! Seaview in Atlantic City, a former Nextgengolf City Tour Championship host site, will welcome the best club golfers from across the country. Seaview will host the event on their Bay and Pines courses. The two courses present very different challenges and are top ranked courses in Atlantic City.
The Spring 2020 National Invitational heads back to the east coast! Blue Heron Pines in Atlantic City will host regional winners and wild card teams from around the country. Blue Heron Pines opened in 1993 and quickly became one of the best courses on the Jersey Shore. Outside of golf, players can experience the entertainment of the Atlantic City Boardwalk.
Austin Barton is a junior at Louisiana Tech University and is majoring in Mechanical Engineering. This is his second session in the NCCGA and first session as Club President for Louisiana Tech and Gulf Student Ambassador. Barton competed in the Spring 2016 NCCGA National Championships and looks forward to leading his team to compete in the future.
The Gulf Region is in its second year and includes all teams from Louisiana, as well as Mississippi and south Alabama. The 2014 Fall season saw the LSU Tigers win both regional tournaments, as well as the joining of several new schools. LSU Alexandria, Louisiana Monroe, and Tulane all made their debuts in the NCCGA. LSU individual Cody Maxwell qualified for the 2014 National Championship at Dancing Rabbit GC after earning medalists honors at both regional tournaments. The region looks forward to continuing to grown within the state of Louisiana and surrounding areas, and welcomes all new students and teams.