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.
Tyler Mayhew is a student at the University of Delaware, double majoring in Psychology and Political Science with a minor in Legal Studies. He has been around the game of golf his entire life, participating in Junior PGA tournaments and working at a golf course. Other interests include music, both as a listener and a musician who plays the piano and writes music.
The Philadelphia Region was founded in the Fall of 2014 when the Metro Region was divided due to an increase in teams joining the NCCGA. The region is host to teams in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. University of Delaware and Villanova University have dominated to region since its inception in 2014, claiming sole victory of all but one tournament. The Region features two of the top players in the NCCGA over the last few years, Blake Reifsynder (Kutztown) and Tyler Stahle (Villanova), both who have claimed Nationals All-Tournament team honors. Villanova placed in the top 5 at Nationals in both Fall 2014 & 2015, while Stahle claimed all tournament team honors. The Philly Region will funnel into Zone #2 starting in the Fall of 2017 and has grown into one of the largest regions in the country. In the fall of 2017, Villanova and Delaware both played for a chance to win the National Championship in Las Vegas. The University of Delaware made another trip to the National Championship in the fall of 2018 in Myrtle Beach. They finished with a team score of 795.