NCCGA (National Collegiate Club Golf Association) organizes competitive, weekend golf tournaments for college students

“Of the 226,514 competitive high school golfers only 11,263 go on to play varsity collegiate golf” – Berecruited.com

NCCGA is the governing body for collegiate club golf. Our mission is to provide a competitive outlet for college students not playing varsity golf in college. We care about all college-aged golfers and do whatever it takes to help keep students in the game.

What players and coaches have to say about the NCCGA
Mason Wicks
Mason Wicks
Illinois State University
Club golf is the perfect opportunity to play competitive golf in college without having the same time commitment as varsity golf. Through club golf you will meet lifelong friends and enjoy competing against many cool people all across the country.
Seth Woods
Seth Woods
Fisher College Coach
Inner city schools like ours often don’t have the space to build large facilities to attract and retain students. The golf club has been that selling point/retention tool at a fraction of the cost. Our students,faculty,staff and admissions department thanks you for that!
Jamie Plays with the NCCGA
Jamie Ehrhart
St. Louis University
After leaving a varsity program and transferring to Saint Louis University, I was fearful that my golf career was over. The NCCGA and Nextgen have allowed me to compete at a high level and continue my golf career for years to come
Players who compete in the NCCGA
NCCGA competing schools

Over 250 colleges have official NCCGA Club Golf Teams

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Tournament Format

Each semester club teams will compete in two, 2-day weekend Regional Tournaments. Tournaments are held on Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings at central, quality locations. Regional Tournaments are qualifiying events for the NCCGA National Championship held each semester for the top teams Nationwide.

National Championship

Each semester concludes with a college golf experience like no other for the top club golf teams in the country. The NCCGA National Championship has been held at some of the best golf courses in the country including Pinehurst, Firestone, Sea Island, and Barefoot Resort. The 2015 Fall National Championship will be held at TPC San Antonio November 20th-22nd.

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National Championship

Each semester concludes with a college golf experience like no other for the top club golf teams in the country. The NCCGA National Championship has been held at some of the best golf courses in the country including Pinehurst, Firestone, Sea Island, and Barefoot Resort. The 2015 Fall National Championship will be held at TPC San Antonio November 20th-22nd.

NCCGA Structure

Nationally

The entire country is broken up into 28 regions. You can see all the NCCGA Regions here

Regionally

Each region consists of 3 – 15 college teams teams. A region is managed by a Regional Coordinator who is responsible for running the local tournaments

Team

Each team consists of 5 – 8 players. Any college can have up to 4 teams (2 Men’s teams and 2 Women’s teams). Each school has a club president who leads the team.

Individuals

If a college cannot field a team of at least 5 players, individual students can compete representing the school without being part of a team.

Other benefits of joining NCCGA

Internship, leadership and job opportunities

Exclusive product deals from Cleveland Golf, New Balance, Ogio & more

Team gifts, trophies, and prizes

A sleeve of premium Z-Star Srixon golf balls at every tournament

Join the NCCGA

Whether you are joining an exisiting team or starting a new team, we are here to help. Fill out the NCCGA Request Form and our team will contact you withing 24 hours

The National Collegiate Club Golf Association provides a governing body for collegiate club golf teams

“WE ENSURE ALL NCCGA LEADERSHIP AND STUDENT PARTICIPANTS ARE COMMITTED TO THE TRADITION, HISTORY, AND LOVE OF THE GAME.”

Through the coordination and regulation of competition, the association gives non-varsity college golfers and opportunity to interact and compete on a regional and national level

Integrity

How we play the game and run the company matters

Community

Communication and networking among our national association of schools is a top priority

Leadership

All decisions are made full circle through our leadership and Regional Coordinator network

Commitment

We are committed to the members of our association and their interests come first

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I qualify for Nationals as individual even if my team does not qualify?

Yes. We invite top 16 individuals whose team did not qualify to play in the Nationals.

How many players compete in the Nationals?

The field size is 300 in spring and 240 in Fall

How many seasons does NCCGA have?

2 seasons. Spring and Fall

Contact Us
Travis-NCCGA

Contact us with any questions you have about the NCCGA and how you can get involved

Travis Richardson
NCCGA Regional Director
Travis@nccga.org
(316) 208-5276