The Spring 2019 National Championship brings the best club golf teams from across the country to compete for the title and the medalist red jacket. The Birck Boilermaker Complex on the Purdue University campus will host the event on their Kampen and Ackerman-Allen courses. Both courses are ranked as some of the best in the state of Indiana.
The Spring 2019 National Invitational will bring regional champions and other qualifying teams to Indiana to compete for a spot in the Fall 2019 National Championship. The Trophy Club, located just outside Indianapolis, will host the Invitational on their 250 acre links-style course.
I am from Falmouth, Maine. I began playing golf at the age of 12 with my grandfather at his home course in Scarborough, Maine. My competitive career began in 2013 where I made the high school golf team. in 2014, our team placed second at states, 2 strokes behind the winner. I have now taken my talents to Providence College and I compete in the New England region for the Friars.
The New England Region started in the spring of 2013. It was founded as a result of drastic expansion and significant growth opportunity in the northeast. The New England Region continues to be one of the largest regions despite normally cooler conditions in the spring. The New England region is in Zone 1 for qualifying purposes starting in the fall of 2017. In the fall of 2017, BC and Providence both earned invitations to the National Championship at the Paiute Golf Resort in Las Vegas. In the spring of 2018, Providence earned yet another National Championship bid when they headed to St Louis and finished middle of the pack amongst some great schools. Once again, Providence College qualified for another National Championship down in Myrtle Beach. They finished with a team score of 767 and a T10 spot. They are looking to head back to another Championship this spring! That they did, Providence College made a strong push to win the spring 2019 National Championship and fell just short and finishing 3rd place.