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!
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UMass Lowell Club Golf President
"Club Golf is an extraordinary opportunity for golfers of all skill sets. It allows the common golfer to bring their game to the next level, or the beginner to learn the game. It also has provided a great team community and possible lifelong friendships."
The Northern New England Region was introduced into the NCCGA during the of summer 2013. It was founded as a result of drastic expansion and significant growth opportunity in the northern portion of the Northeast and New England Regions during the previous year. The New England region is in Zone 1for qualifying purposes starting in the fall of 2017. In the fall of 2017, UNH made the trip to Las Vegas to participate in the first ever National Invitational where they had a strong T4 finish. In the spring of 2018, BU earned a spot into the NIT which was hosted in St. Louis at Bogey Hills CC. In the fall of 2018, Nationals was hosted at Barefoot Golf Resort in Myrtle Beach and the region was represented by Northeastern and UMass-Lowell. Both teams played in the National Invitational with Northeastern finishing in 4th and UML finishing in 10th.