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NCCGA FALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

November 15 & 16 | Dancing Rabbit Golf Club
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About the Championship
History
The NCCGA National Championship is club golf’s staple event capping off each spring and fall season. Past national championship sites include Pinehurst, Firestone Country Club, Barefoot Golf Resort, The Homestead and Sea Island just to name a few. Throughout the years, the fields have continued to grow. With 240 players geared up to compete at the Fall 2014 National Championship, excitement is building for the largest NCCGA tournament to date on the #RoadToRabbit. The 36-hole stroke-play event epitomizes the skill and determination of club golf teams and individual competitors. Past winners of the National Championship boast outstanding scores and surely the winner at Dancing Rabbit this fall will prove no different.
Past Champions

Spring 2014 – Baylor University
Fall 2013 – University of Michicgan
Spring 2013 – East Tennessee State University
Fall 2012 – East Carolina University
Spring 2012 – East Tennessee State University
Fall 2011 – East Carolina University
Spring 2011 – East Carolina University
Fall 2010 – Coastal Carolina University
2003-2010 – Records not kept
What are Players Saying?

While serving as the East Carolina University club golf president, I have had opportunity to compete at the NCCGA National Championship numerous times. Our team was fortunate enough to win 3 National Championships at premier courses in a 4 semester span. Knowing that I’m part of a competitive, growing organization such as NCCGA inspires me and my team to play the best golf possible and continue to represent my school at the NCCGA National Championship.
– Faheem Amod, ECU Club Golf President
2014 Championship Info
Resort Phone: (601) 663-0011
Dancing Rabbit Golf Club – Registration
13541 Mississippi 16
Philadelphia, MS 39350
Practice Rounds: (601) 663-0011
Tournament Details
Friday 11/14 – Practice Rounds & Range Demos
Saturday 11/15 – 10AM Shotgun Start
Sunday 11/16 – 9AM Shotgun Start
  • 36 Hole Stroke Play Event (240 Players)
  • 28 Collegiate Club Golf Teams & 18 Individuals
  • Players alternate courses each day

Rules & Eligibility

Qualified Teams
Qualified Individuals
Chandler Spees
University of Dayton
Braden Klaisle
Illinois State University
Cameron Vaughn
Tennessee Tech
Robbie Szozda
Tennessee Tech
Marshall Brown
Auburn University
Chase Hawthorne
Auburn University
Greg Henion
East Carolina University
Thomas Falsetto
PGCC: Hilton Head
Zach Leisenring
University of Arkansas
Sean Heidrick
University of Arkansas
Michael Thibodeau
University of Connecticut
David Stein
Iowa State University
Samuel Wotus
Pennsylvania State University
George Schley
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Cody Maxwell
LSU
Brad Donahue
Central Washington University
John Mahler
MIT Sloan
Rhoades Sturkie
Georgia Institute of Technology
NCCGA Leadership Info
General Information
413-237-2271
Matt Weinberger – Tournament Chair
513-277-9992
Chase Russell – Student President
515-975-1179
David Uhrmacher – Press Contact
585-733-0249
#Journeytobetter

Join Srixon on the #Journeytobetter. Play a better ball and see if your skills stack up against the best club golfers in the nation in skill challenges and weekend long events.
Daily Events
Saturday – Cleveland Golf custom product showcase 7-9AM
Saturday – Cleveland Golf 70 yard wedge challenge 9-10AM*
*Sponsored prizes from Cleveland Golf & Srixon
Weekend Long Events
  • Hole-in-one contest on #5 of The Oaks
Win a full set of Cleveland clubs for you and a customized Cleveland wedge and dozen Srixon balls for your 7 teammates.
  • Best shot in each group on #5 on The Oaks
Win a sleeve of Srixon Z-STAR golf balls
  • Go Low Using Srixon
The lowest total weekend scorer using a Srixon ball will receive a year supply of Srixon balls (6 dozen)
#GolfStache

Do you know what a #GolfStache is? From October 15-November 15, Nextgengolf will donate $1 for every #GolfStache tweet or instagram picture in the next month to the Testicular Cancer Foundation. Testicular cancer is the most prevalent cancer for 15-35 year old men. On November 15th at the National Championship, we will have a shaving party and present a check to the Testicular Cancer Foundation. The shaving party is presented by Schick Hydro.
Can You Go Low?

The Individual Medalist of the NCCGA Fall National Championship will receive an exemption for the 86th Southeastern Amateur taking place June 2015 at the historic Columbus Country Club in Columbus, GA. The NCCGA appreciates Golfweek’s securing this exemption for the top NCCGA competitor. For more information on the tournament, check out the SE Amateur website. The Individual Medalist will also get the opportunity to be an Official Golfweek Rater and have the ability to be a voice for the younger generation by providing detailed analysis and information on the top golf courses across the US.
About the Course

 

Golf Magazine – Top 100 Course You Can Play | Golfweek – America’s Best Resort Courses | Golf Digest – America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses. Together, Dancing Rabbit Golf Club’s courses, The Azaleas and The Oaks, roll out over 14,000 breath-taking yards. All told, more than 700 spectacular acres are dedicated solely to the game and tradition of golf. Nestled quietly among ancient pines and hardwoods, each of these par 72 masterpieces embraces the gently rolling hills and valleys indigenous to this part of the world. Meanwhile, over two miles of spring-fed creeks and streams weave their way through the lush Bermuda and Zoysia fairways and Champion Bermuda grass greens on the Oaks and A-4 Bent grass greens on the Azaleas, lending both challenge and beauty to the picturesque environment. The creation of internationally renowned golf course designer Tom Fazio and PGA great Jerry Pate, each of the 36 dramatic golf holes bears their indelible mark, while still retaining the character and grandeur of the great Southern woodlands from which they were masterfully carved. Dancing Rabbit website