The Fall 2019 National Championship heads to Oklahoma for the first time and will bring the best club golf teams and players from across the country together to compete. The WinStar Golf Club will host the event on their Scissortail and Redbud courses, which were opened after a redesign in 2017. WinStar is known for its unique characteristics and the course layouts are unlike any other you’ve played before!
The Fall 2019 National Invitational heads to Oklahoma for the first time and will bring region winners, wild card teams and players from across the country together to compete. Dornick Hills Country Club will host the Invitational on its Perry Maxwell designed course (also designed Colonial CC & Prairie Dunes). The winner of the National Invitational will receive an automatic bid to the Spring 2020 National Championship!
My name is Zac Parente I am currently a senior at Southern Connecticut State University. My hopes for for this up coming year is to provide a well organized and a fun atmosphere for the individuals participating in the tournaments. I am so excited to be a part of this team. Look forward to a great semester!
The Metro Region was founded in the Spring of 2013 when the Northeast Region split and more teams in the New Jersey, New York and Delaware area joined the NCCGA. The Metro Region has now made it easier for teams in the Northeast area to expand and compete with other teams in their region. The Metro region had its first regional tournaments in New Jersey, Fall 2013 at Sand Barrens Golf Club and Minebrook Country Club. The Metro Region now consists of Central CT St, Yale, Fairfield, Marist, and many others. In the fall of 2017, Yale made an appearance in the first ever NIT. This past spring of 2018, Central CT St accepted an invite to the second ever NIT at Bogey Hills. CCSU and SCSU will continue to battle out for the top spot in the region but don't forget about the likes of Fairfield, Marist and Yale. Fairfield accepted an invite to 2018 fall NIT in Myrtle Beach and turned in a team score of 829 to finish in the middle of the tournament field. CCSU reclaimed the Metro regional title in the spring and took their talents to the Trophy Club for the NIT. They will look to defend this fall with some new teams in the region.