Everyone Can Play College Golf
Are you teaching lessons to college-aged students or do you have college students working at your facility? If you answered yes to either of these questions, let them know that anyone can play college golf.
The National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA), the governing body for collegiate club golf, is the collegiate tour within Nextgengolf. The PGA acquired Nextgengolf, in April, to enhance player development programming that is designed to grow the game across emerging generations.
If you are unfamiliar, Club golf is:
- Co-ed (men and women play on the same team)
- Competitive, but fun (scores range from 65-105)
- Nationally recognized (more then 400 colleges have club golf teams)
- An outlet for possible walk-ons (varsity coaches pay attention to club golf tournament scores)
- Flexible - 2-3 weekend tournaments per semester. Students can focus on school and get involved in many clubs and activities
For more details about club golf, how to get involved as a PGA Professional and for information you can share with your students, please visit:
- https://nextgengolf.org/college-golf/nccga/ - general information about club golf
- https://nextgengolf.org/app/teams/start-competing-in-nccga - PGA Professionals should send students interested in playing club golf here
- https://nextgengolf.org/host-an-nccga-tournament/ - PGA Professionals can sign up to host one of our college tournaments
Boston-based Nextgengolf conducts inclusive team golf tournaments and experiences for young adults, college students and high school students across the country, while delivering innovative digital content and platforms that support these efforts. To enhance golf’s long-term growth, Nextgengolf fills a critical gap—by providing opportunities for not only the elite golfer, but also the everyday golfer, while focusing on high school, college and urban markets that target both Millennials and Gen Z.