The Collegiate Golf Alliance announces the new and upgraded 2013 -2014 National Collegiate Golf Championship. The NCGC program has benefited the NIRSA Foundation and NIRSA NSC with over $35,000 over the past 11 years.
A 2-person scramble event for recreational golfers, the NCGC will allow golfers to compete for their university to see who will be crowned 2013-2014 National Champion. Winning teams from Local Qualifiers in the fall of 2013 and Spring of 2014 advance to the 12th Annual National Collegiate Golf Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada June 30- July 2, 2014. The Championship has three divisions: Student, Faculty/Staff and Alumni/Community.
This amateur golf event is focused on university recreational golfers and consists of 40-70 local qualifying tournaments held across the United States in the fall and spring. Local Qualifying winners advance to the official National Collegiate Golf Championship in Las Vegas in July. The CGA and NIRSA promote and market the event to over 750 colleges and universities making this the premier recreational college golf event. LQ Host schools receive a prize package valued at over $500 and over $50 per player.
“We are excited about the growth and expansion of the NCGC program and believe changing the championship from November to July will allow more universities the chance to host a Qualifier and participate in the National Championship. It was time to Turn Up the Heat on the NCGC Program.”
CGA’s President and CEO Mike Munson.