The National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) is the governing body for non-varsity college club golf in the United States. There are more than 350+ college golf club teams at universities and schools across the country, which makes the NCCGA bigger than NCAA in regards to amount of golfers supported. The NCCGA is divided amongst 28 regions across the country, and each region holds two tournaments each semester. Teams participate in an attempt to qualify for the NCCGA National Championship, held once per semester.
Host a NCCGA Regional Tournament
Over 120 tournaments planned in 2018 for college students
What is the NCCGA?
- 2-Day weekend tournaments (Sat/Sun)
- 36-holes (18 each day)
- Typically Saturday afternoon, and Sunday morning
- Team & Individual Stroke Play
- Teams bring 5-8 players, with Top 5 scores each day comprising the team score
- Tee time, split-tee, or shotgun depending on tournament size and seasonality
- Tournaments are walking (unless course is un-walkable)
- If un-walkable, the NCCGA staff works with the course to arrange shuttles or book golf carts for all tournament participants.
- Cost varies depending on course, time of year, rack rate, location, and other factors
Spring Semester Tournaments
Fall Semester Tournaments
Interested in Hosting?
Benefits of Hosting a NCCGA Tournament
In addition to tournament green fees the weekend of the event, the NCCGA will set up a practice round rate with you to encourage players to visit your course in preparation. Players will also be purchasing food and beverage at the course.
In lead up to NCCGA Regional Tournaments, we promote the host courses through local and national social media accounts. Our national twitter account @NCCGA and instagram account @NCCGA promote the host golf courses to all of our national audience.
Running the Tournament
- After the initial booking of the tournaments, all NCCGA events are student run by a leader within the region called the Regional Coordinator (RC), as well as assisted virtually by a member of the Nextgengolf staff.
- The RC will be on-site, and will work closely with the course staff to run a successful event.
- The NCCGA will provide the scoring software, scoreboards, and sponsored prizes.
- The course will provide custom scorecards, space for scoring, wifi, staff support, and a welcoming environment for the participants.
- Staff support from the course is typically a starter and a ranger, to assist in on-time starts and monitoring pace of play.
- The NCCGA will seek out volunteers, but having course staff support is critical to a successful event.
“As the Director of Sales & Marketing I can tell quite a bit about an organization from the initial phone call. I can honestly say that everyone I dealt with from the NCCGA was courteous, professional and most importantly committed to growing the game of golf. It was a very enjoyable process. I hope the NCCGA continues to visit Harborside International and look forward to working with them again in 2016.”
Director of Sales and Marketing
Harborside International Golf Center (IL)
Head Golf Professional
Apple Valley Golf Club (CA)
“I can’t say enough about how enjoyable and easy it was/is to work with this group of golfers. From the beginning, I have been impressed with the club players from Iowa State and it is refreshing to know that the players from other schools are cut from the same cloth. We had no issues throughout the weekend as everything ran extremely smoothly.”
Veenker Memorial Golf Course
Notable NCCGA Regional Tournament Hosts
Kampen Course (IN)
Hosted Spring 2016 Indiana Regional
The Golf Courses of Lawsonia (WI)
Hosted Spring 2014 and 2015 North Regionals
Royal New Kent (VA)
Hosted Spring 2014 Colonial Regionals
Quicksilver Golf Club (PA)
Hosted Spring 2015 Atlantic Regional
Tobacco Road Golf Club (NC)
Hosted Fall 2012 North Carolina Regional
Harborside International (IL)
Hosted Spring 2015 and 2016 Great Lakes Regionals
Washington County Golf Course (WI)
Hosted Fall 2014 North Regional
Dancing Rabbit (MS)
Hosted Spring 2014 Gulf Regional
Cantigny Golf Course (IL)
Hosted Spring 2016 Great Lakes Regional
King and Bear Golf Course/World Golf Village (FL)
Hosted Fall 2016 North Florida Regional
Eagle Eye Golf Course (MI)
Hosted Spring 2015 Midwest Regional
Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame (IN)
Hosted Fall 2014 Great Lakes Regional
Bucks Run Golf Club (MI)
Hosted Fall 2014 Midwest Regional
Hot Springs Country Club (AR)
Hosted Spring 2016 Ozark Regional
Jacaranda Golf Club (FL)
Hosted Fall 2016 South Florida Regional
Championship Course at University of New Mexico (NM)
Hosted Spring 2015 Desert Regional
Palouse Ridge (WA)
Hosted Fall 2014 and Spring 2016 Northwest Regionals
Paa-Ko Ridge Golf Club (NM)
Hosted Fall 2014 and 2015 Desert Regionals
Seaview Golf Resort (NJ)
Hosted Spring 2016 Philly Regional
Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex (IN)
Hosted Fall 2016 Indiana Regional