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Club champions from coast to coast, at facilities with a PGA Professional, are invited to compete at 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 six divisions: Men’s, Women’s, Senior Men’s (50+), Senior Women’s (50+), Senior Champions Men’s (60+), and Senior Champions Women’s (60+).

 

2022 PGA National Club Championship

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The Men’s and Senior Men’s 2022 PGA National Club Championship will be headed to Kiawah Island Resort in February of 2023. This invite-only tournament field will be made up of the top amateur men’s and senior men’s golfers from around the country who have won their club championship during the 2022 calendar year.

Receiving an invitation to the PGA Club Championship is quite an honor as the field is made up of an exclusive group of club champions. The championship brings together a wide variety of golfers from nearly all 50 states. Public or private, small or large, all club champions from facilities with a PGA Professional are eligible.

The championship is a 3-day, 54 hole stroke play competition with a Men’s, Senior Men’s, and Champion Men’s division each with separate prizing. Competition rounds will take place across The Ocean Course, Turtle Point and Cougar Point.

Any Men’s, Senior Men’s or Super Senior club champion at his club qualifies for the National Club Championship and may sign-up for any of the 3 divisions:

Men’s Division – Open Division

Senior Men’s Division – 50+ years of age

Champion Men’s Division – 60+ years of age

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The Women’s and Senior Women’s 2022 PGA National Club Championship will be headed to Sea Island, Georgia in February 2023. This invite-only tournament field will be made up of the top amateur women’s and senior women’s golfers from around the country who have won their club championship during the 2022 calendar year.

Receiving an invitation to the PGA Club Championship is quite an honor since the field is only made up of an exclusive group of club champions. The championship brings together a wide variety of golfers from nearly all 50 states. Public or private, small or large, all club champions from facilities with a PGA Professional are eligible.

The championship is a 3-day, 54 hole stroke play competition with Women’s, Senior Women’s (50+), and Champions Women’s (60+) divisions each with separate playing distances & prizing. Competition rounds will take place across Seaside Course, Plantation Course and Retreat Course.

Any Women’s or Senior Women’s club champion at her club qualifies for the National Club Championship and may sign-up for any of the 3 divisions:

Women’s Division – Open division

Senior Women’s Division 50+ years of age

Champion Women’s Division 60+ years of age

PGA Professionals submit their amateur club champions and invitations are sent out to players via email. If you are a club champ, please ask your PGA Professional for the invitation or contact Matt Weinberger at Mweinberger@pgahq.com. All club champions will need to be verified by the PGA Professional.

The World Amatuer Golf Rankings will recognize the Men’s and Women’s PGA National Championship – WAGR coverage includes more than 10,000 players from 102 countries, and more than 4,000 ranking tournaments played in 104 countries.

The field will be limited to club champions only and due to the nature of the invite process, acceptances will be taken first come first served until the field is full. Click Here if you are interested in adding your name to the Official Waitlist.

Click Here to submit your 2022 Club Champions

Contact Matt Weinberger at MWeinberger@pgahq.com – Director of Operations for PGA Club Championship

Tips To Become A Club Champion

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