NCCGA Spring National Championship at Glade Springs Resort in Daniels, WV

Location

The Resort at Glade Springs

255 Resort Drive
Daniels, WV 25832
Resort Website

Qualifying for Nationals

Top 30 NCCGA Teams

Top 16 Individuals on non-qualifing teams

Full qualifying rules

National Championship rules

Season rankings

Travel Information

Airports

Yeager Airport – 74.2 miles to golf course (1 hour 18 mins)
Roanoke Airport – 117 miles to golf course (2 hours)
Cincinnati, Washington DC, & Louisville (Approx 4 hours)

Lodging (on-site)
Glade Springs Resort

255 Resort Drive
Daniels, WV 25832
Phone: (304) 763-2000

Lodging included in tournament package price for players.

Lodging accommodations for parents/fans/spectators can be reserved at a special rate by calling the resort directly at 877-814-7316 and asking for the “NCCGA” block.

No shuttles will be provided at the airport

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Supporting Partners

Daily Schedule

Thursday April 21 & Friday April 22

Most teams will arrive on Thursday the 21st or Friday the 22nd. You can play practice rounds on both days, but the formal tournament will kickoff on Friday the 22nd at 5:00pm. 

Friday Schedule:

8am / 1:30pm shotgun on both courses for practice rounds.  All competitors will receive one free practice round on Friday at this year’s National Championship.  An additional round will cost $50 per player.  Call the proshop to schedule your practice rounds.

5-8pm Registration and Kick-Off Party: Pre-Championship Registration, skill challenges (including longest drive, long putt, trick shots, wedge drills, and more), sponsor demo night, gift bag pick up, team pictures, and FREE pizza (provided by the AJGA).

  • Kickoff Party Giveaways
    • 4 custom Oxford Golf shirts
    • 8 CHAMP putter grips
    • 1 LR 5 Golfbuddy Rangefinder
    • 1 CT2 Golfbuddy Yardage Device
    • Cleveland MyCustomWedges
    • OGIO prizes
    • #clubgolf t-shirts
    • And more

Saturday April 23

7:00am – Range and Putting Green Open/Registration/Team Pictures

8:00am– Double Tee Tee Times Start

Post Round – Tournament scoring

Teams are on their own for Saturday night festivities. The Resort at Glade Springs has several restaurants on property.

Sunday April 24

7:00am – Range and Putting Green Open/Registration/Team Pictures

8:00am– Double Tee Tee Times Start

Post Round – Tournament scoring

* If you are flying, it is recommended not to book flights Sunday before 8pm. All Sunday tee times are based on Saturday performance (no exceptions will be made and the top teams will be in the final groups) and any weather delays could result in a later finishing time.  Any groups needing to leave early will receive double par for any unfinished holes.

  • Post-Tournament Awards
    • Championship trophy, and custom OGIO backpacks to 1st place team
    • Trophy for 2nd & 3rd place teams
    • Red jacket, pin flag, ProQuip jacket, and trophy for medalist
    • Pin flags for Top 16 players
    • Year’s supply of Srixon Z-Star golf balls for lowest individual playing Srixon.

Additional Event Support

Championship Media Partner

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Check out our winners in the post on Monday 4/25

Friday Kickoff Party Sponsor

Summer golf tournaments

Leadership Info

Tournament Chair: Matt Weinberger

513-277-9992

Lodging & Billing Questions: Travis Richardson

Press & Media: Kris Hart

Photo Gallery

Spring 2016 National Championship pre-game album
Spring 2016 National Championship April 23 album
Spring 2016 National Championship April 24, 2016 album

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, TPC San Antonio, The Homestead and Sea Island just to name a few. Throughout the years, the fields have continued to grow. With 256 players geared up to compete at the Spring 2016 National Championship, excitement is building for a significant championship. 30 teams and 16 individuals representing over 49 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. Learn about past National Champions.

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2015 Fall National Champions

University of Texas

Qualified Teams

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Boston College

Atlantic

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Pittsburgh

Capitol

Maryland Club Golf

Maryland

Central

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Missouri

Colonial

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James Madison

Wild Card Bid

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Florida State

Great Lakes

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Illinois State

Gulf

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Louisiana Tech

Indiana

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Indiana-Bloomington

North Florida

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GAA-Orlando

Wild Card Bid

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Campbell

Midwest

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Ferris State

Ohio Valley

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Ohio State

Wild Card Bid

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DePaul

Philadelphia

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Delaware

Pacific

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Stanford

Southeast

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South Carolina

Wild Card Bid

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Robert Morris

New England

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Connecticut

North Carolina

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East Carolina

Northeast

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SUNY Cortland

Northern NE

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Northeastern

North

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Wisconsin-Madison

South

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Alabama

South Florida

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Keiser

Texas

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Twin Cities

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Iowa State

Wild Card Bid

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Florida

Wild Card Bid

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GAA-Myrtle Beach

Wild Card Bid

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GAA-Carlsbad

Qualified Individuals

Tyler Allen -North Florida
Austin Alves – Bridgewater State
Brett Daly – San Diego
Jake Hutchinson – UNC Wilmington
Judson Bro – Bradley
Matt Vona – Robert Morris
Sam Wotus – Penn State
Zach Capel – Grand Canyon
David Lee-Tolley – Washington University in STL
Dan Dunnigan – Saint Bonaventure
Tyler Jones – South Florida
Chance Davis – Central Washington
Tanner Rabb – St. Louis
Zac Pallis – High Point
Kyle Kubala – Florida Atlantic
Brian Burt – Hampden-Sydney
Chandler St. Louis – Central Washington
Zac Lewis – NC State
Daniel Robinson – UCF
Matt Vona – Robert Morris
Michael Lueptow – UW-Oshkosh