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.
My name is Greg Carroll and I am a Junior PGA Golf Management Major at Clemson University. I picked up golf as I entered High School, and I fell in love with the sport. I knew I wanted to be in the golf industry, so I entered college as an NCAA Golfer my freshman year before transferring into PGM. I am passionate about the game of golf, which drives me to become the best I can be, and to provide the same experiences I have had to golfers everywhere. I am eager to fulfill the position of Regional Coordinator not only by running the tournaments, but also by providing a memorable experience for all involved.
The Southeast Region has always been home to some of the top golf in the entire country. In Spring 2017, The University of Georgia took home the title of NCCGA National Champions. This was their second National Championship in a row. In Fall 2017, Clemson University won the first National Invitational event. The region looks to continue its success this Spring, and welcomes new students and teams. With South Carolina and Clemson making multiple Nationals appearances, these two teams will look to continue their battle in fall 2018. Clemson goes into 2018 Fall as the defending Fall NIT Champions!