36 hole event
2-person best-ball format
36 hole event
2-person best-ball format
College golfers and recent alumni
Awards and Prizes
Tee gifts and team prizes
Daily on-course contests
National field representing
colleges from across the US
The Spring Break Open tournament scheduled for March 4/5 in Panama City Beach has been cancelled. Sorry for any inconvenience.
The format of the Spring Break Open tournament is 2-man best-ball. The tournament is 36-holes (over two days), and the pair with the lowest best-ball score at the end of the tournament will be deemed the champion!
There is no minimum or maximum for number of people you can bring. The format is 2-person best-ball, so if you have an odd number we will pair you with another player.
If you are NOT booking lodging through us, your group is absolutely able to pay separately. Simply follow the registration process and make payment! If you want to be paired on the golf course with a certain player (format is 2-person best-ball), please email email@example.com with the request.
If you ARE booking lodging through us in addition to your tournament fee, we will require one group payment. We recommend designating one person to make the payment, and the other group members writing that person a check, use Venmo, etc.
Yes! If you require an invoice (many schools need one to process payment), please email firstname.lastname@example.org with all of your details (how many players, lodging, etc.) and we can create an invoice for you!
No! We are currently running a special of $20 off per player until 1/20/2017. To lock in the discounted rate, all you have to do is pay the non-refundable deposit before the respective deadline.
We require a $50 per person deposit to reserve your place in the event. The remaining balance for the event is due 30 days prior to the tournament.
Yes, you can pay the tournament fee for the event and book your own lodging. Packages are customized to your needs.
Yes. In an effort to provide an “all-in” package for our golfers, you will get 5 meals included in the package. Breakfast and lunch will be provided at the course each day as well as a player social gathering on Saturday evening of the tournament which includes a light dinner.
The Nextgengolf Spring Break Package was designed with the price sensitive college golfer in mind. Our goal was to put together a complete spring break package for golf teams at a location which could offer great golf courses, excellent practice facilities, good food, nearby lodging as well as entertainment outside of golf. Our goal is to keep everything really simple and provide a great experience and pre-season open event for college golfers.
Yes, teams will often bring recent alumni and friends of the team to play in the event.
Yes, if you are looking to play other courses outside of the tournament, let us know and we will do our best to get you discounted rates on those courses.
If we are unable to play due to inclement weather, the event will turn into a 1-day tournament and 1 round of golf will be refunded.
No. If you are a golf team just looking to come down and play/practice with your team, your scores can be hidden from the tournament field. This is especially important for varsity golf teams to remain compliant with their governing conference.
The National Collegiate Club Golf Association is sanctioning this event. NCCGA is the governing body for collegiate club golf. For the spring break open, any varsity or club golf team is able to compete in this tournament. Since the event format is a two-person best ball, this event should not be considered a team-based competition.
Teams part of the NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA and other athletic associations need to check with their compliance officer for team compliance. This event does not count in any National, Regional, or Conference standings. The NCCGA is not held responsible for any compliance sanctions for golf teams playing in the Spring Break Open.
Teams usually stay for 3-4 days. We have no minimum or maximum requirements.
Contact us with any questions you have about the NCCGA and how you can get involved