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.
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Former Emory Club Golf President
"Club golf is one of the best ways to build strong connections with people at your school who share a similar passion for competitive golf. The NCCGA enables us to live out that competitive nature and we are deeply thankful."
I am a second year at Georgia Tech majoring in Chemical Engineering and minoring in Economics. I've played golf for about six years now and have loved every second of it. When I'm not desperately cramming for an exam, I'll be out on the course trying to get my game in shape for my next event.
The South Region is one of the original NCCGA regions. Comprised of some of the most competitive teams in the country, the South Region will continue to be a challenging region to earn a bid to Nationals. The South Region will compete in Zone 4 for qualifying purposes starting in 2017. Having Alabama, Auburn and Georgia as all recent Nationals participants and Georgia being two time Champions, this region is at no shortage of competition. In the fall of 2018, look for Alabama and Georgia to continue to be at the top of their games and region.