Club champions from coast to coast, at facilities with a PGA Professional, are invited to compete in this one of a kind event. The PGA National Club Championship is a celebration of the best amateur players and their PGA Professionals who help them achieve greatness. The championship will have 6 divisions: Men’s, Women’s, Senior Men’s and Senior Women’s (50+), Champions Men’s and Senior Champions Women’s (60+). Each division will play 54 holes of competition.
Last year 530 players from all 50 states competed in Palm Springs, California. Learn more about the Men’s and Women’s field and the PGA Professionals who help coach these amateur players into club champions.
The PGA National Club Championship has been an event that three of my members have been able to participate in. Pinehurst and Southern California proved to be great destinations where they were challenged and able to experience a great tournament atmosphere along with multiple other events. The PGA National Club Championship is an event that my club champions are trying to earn their way into each season.
The PGA Club Championship has become one of the most sought-after events to qualify for amongst the members at Crane Creek. Our club championship events have taken on added importance due to the experiences shared by our members who have qualified and played in the national event. The PGA Club Championship is a first-class affair, and the success of it and the feedback I receive from my members who have qualified and played makes me proud that our PGA brand is behind this great event.
The 2nd PGA National Club Championship took place this past December with over 500 Men and Women club champions from all 50 states.
One of the best ways to prepare for a competitive tournament is to play in events that are similarly structured.
A new way to entice more participation in your local club championship is to present the opportunity for the winner to take their game to a national level.