Tee Times & Scores
Tee Times & Scores

Championship Info

Location
Bryan Park Golf Course 
6275 Bryan Park Rd
Browns Summit, NC 27214
Practice Rounds: (336) 375-2200
Clarion Inn Greensboro
415 S Swing Rd
Greensboro, NC 27409
(336) 299-7650
Shuttle from airport to hotel
(336) 299-7650
Shuttle from golf course to hotel
(773) 946-0344
PLEASE NOTE: THE GOLF COURSE
IS A 20 MINUTE DRIVE FROM THE HOTEL
General questions
(316) 208-5276
Pre-Championship Schedule
7am-5pm – Team practice rounds and hotel check-in
5pm-6pm – Pre-Championship Registration & gift bag pick up at Bryan Park Driving Range
6pm-8pm – Championship kickoff party. Join our sponsors Srixon, Cleveland Golf, New Balance, GolfBuddy, AJGA and Oxford golf for food, music, contests and giveaways for all players
8pm-onward – You are on your own. If you need a ride, Uber is offering NCCGA players a free $20 credit if you download the app. Use the code NCCGA15
AJGA Nextgengolf
Thanks to our Food Sponsor
Day 1 Schedule
6:00am – First Team shuttle leaves from the Clarion Inn
6:30am – Team Registration begins at Bryan Park Clubhouse
6:30am – Driving Range, Putting Green, and all practice facilities open
7:30am – Championship Round 1 Morning Tee Times begin
12:10pm – Championship Round 1 Afternoon Tee Times begin
1:00pm – Championship Round 1 Final Tee Time
7:00pm-11:00pm – Team meetup at Spare Time Bowling. Free lasertag, discounted bowling, plus food discounts for all NCCGA players
Day 2 Schedule
6:00am – First Team shuttle leaves from the Clarion Inn
6:30am – Team Registration begins at Bryan Park Clubhouse
6:30am – Driving Range, Putting Green, and all practice facilities open
7:30am – Championship Round 2 Morning Tee Times begin
12:10pm – Championship Round 2 Afternoon Tee Times begin
1:00pm – Championship Round 2 Final Tee Time
6:15pm** – Awards ceremony, post round press coverage, pictures, and interviews. ** If you are flying, it is recommended not to book flights Sunday before 7pm. Sunday tee times are based on Saturday performance.
NCCGA Leadership Info
General Information – Kris Hart
champ@nccga.org
413-237-2271
@NCCGA#Battle4Bryan
Matt Weinberger – Tournament Chair
matt@nccga.org
513-277-9992
Travis Richardson – Press & media
Travis@nccga.org
(316) 208-5276
Travis Richardson – Food & Attractions
travis@nccga.org
(316-208-5276)
Qualified Teams
Qualified Individuals
Mitchell Stevens
Central Connecticut
Zachary Wood
Point Loma Nazarene University
Anthony Pascua
Florida Gulf Coast University
Ryan Reynolds
GAA-Myrtle Beach
Michael Savitt
Duke University
Michael Lueptow
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Judson Bro
Bradley University
Parker Dudley
GAA-Myrtle Beach
Brian Hood
Bentley University
Greg Henion
East Carolina University
Dallas Vaughn
Georgia Highlands
Paul Wolcott
Ohio State University
Steve Schneiberg
Ohio State University
James Helgreen
West Virginia University
Daniel Robinson
UCF
Chris Carlson
SUNY Cortland
Jacob Erickson
Eastern Washington University
Alex Hines
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
About the Championship
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 304 players geared up to compete at the Spring 2015 National Championship, excitement is building for the largest NCCGA tournament to date on the #Battle4Bryan. 36 teams and 16 individuals representing over 50 colleges Nationwide will be competing. The 36-hole stroke-play event epitomizes the skill and determination of club golf teams and individual competitors. The National Championship highlights firsthand how much #ClubGolf loves this game.
Past Champions
Fall 2014 – Clemson & Missouri (Co-champs)
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
Featured Holes and Weekend Promotions
Srixon & Cleveland Golf

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

Friday – Srixon & Cleveland Golf Skills Challenge (5-8pm)
Saturday & Sunday
  • Hole-in-one contest on #4 of The Champions Course
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 #4 of The Champions Course
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)
New Balance Golf
Want to test the best shoes in golf? New Balance Golf will be showcasing their new shoes at the Championship all weekend.
Daily Events
Friday – New Balance Trivia Contest
Saturday & Sunday
  • Hole-in-one contest on #3 of The Players Course

New Balance will be giving away a pair of shoes to every player on your team if you sink a hole in one during the Championship. Stop by and talk to the NB Golf Team over the weekend to be entered into a drawing to win a free pair of shoes as well.

The Players Course at Bryan Park
The Players Course is an 18 hole championship layout, originally designed by George Cobb and opened in 1974. The course was later modified by Rees Jones in 1988 and features 79 bunkers and eight ponds/lakes.  Shear golfing enjoyment is the main reason for the popularity of the Players Course, but be warned…the course can also become a real skill challenge!
  • Best Golf Course – Reader’s Choice Tops In The Triad Contest/Greensboro News & Record
  • 4 Stars – Golf Digest Places to Play
  • America’s Top 100 Courses For Women – Golf For Women
The Champions Course at Bryan Park
The Champions Course at Bryan Park opened in 1990 and has proven to be a Rees Jones design masterpiece. This 18 hole championship layout features 97 sand traps, numerous grass bunkers and hollows, and seven holes bordering scenic Lake Townsend.
  • Host to the Prestigious 2010 United States Public Links Championship
  • #9 Best In State, NC – Golf Digest
  • 4-Stars & Great Value Distinction – Golf Digest Places to Play
  • #3 in NC – America’s 500 Best Places You Can Play – Golf Digest
  • One of the Best New US Public Courses – Top 10 You Can Play – Golf One of the Few Public Courses Worthy to Host the U.S. Open – Golf World
  • Top 100 Courses For Women – Golf For Women
Team & Individual Awards

Teams – 1st, 2nd, 3rd place teams

1st place team – Exemption into the Fall 2015 National Championship, Crystal National Championship trophy, peter Nationals traveling trophy, National Champions banner, team pin flags, and NCCGA National Champion Ogio backpacks

2nd place team – Crystal 2nd place trophy, National Championship team banner

3rd place team – Crystal 3rd place trophy, National Championship team banner

Top 16 individuals – Receive a Spring 2015 National Championship pin flag with their corresponding tournament rank. The top 8 individuals receive an individual exemption into the Fall 2015 National Championship

Medalist – Exemption into the Fall 2015 National Championship, National Champion mug, National Championship #1 pin flag, National Championship banner, 3 dozen National Champion balls sponsored by Srixon, possible consideration for the Northeast Amateur golf tournament, and a new tradition, THE NCCGA RED JACKET

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Local information and attractions

Tom Thrift from the NCCGA put together a list of helpful tips when visiting the area. You can check out his blog article for a few helpful tips for your trip.

Tom’s tips for Greensboro

For more details information on the area, the Greensboro Convention Center and Visitors Bureau is the best resource for local knowledge and attractions when visiting Greensboro. You can visit their website or contact them directly for help and information for your trip.

Greensboro Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 
2411 High Point Road, Greensboro, NC 27403
Phone: (336) 274-2282 | Fax: (336) 230-1183

List of attractions