Help spread club golf to more students across the country

“Of the 226,514 competitive high school golfers
only 11,263 go on to play varsity collegiate golf” –

NCCGA Golfer Tees Off

Did you know over 300 schools have club golf teams?

Despite that, the biggest issue the NCCGA faces is lack of awareness. Students play golf in high school, and once they graduate they think their golf career is over.

The NCCGA is the governing body for non-varsity college golf in the US. We support more than 10,000 students across the country. We offer the opportunity for former high school varsity golfers to continue their golf career while in college.

Club golf offers less commitment (two tournaments per semester on the weekends) while allowing students to continue focusing on academics and extracurriculars.

Help us spread the word to your former golfers. We'll send them more details and how they can get involved on their campus.

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Michael Savitt - Duke University

The NCCGA allows highly competitive golfers to still compete on a non-varsity golf. I was worried coming into school that I wouldn’t be able to still play in golf tournaments, but the NCCGA allows me to continue my passion for golf.

NCCGA Jamie Ehrhart

Jamie Ehrhart - Saint Louis University

After leaving a varsity program and transferring to Saint Louis University, I was fearful that my golf career was over. The NCCGA and Nextgengolf have allowed me to compete at a high level and continue my golf career for years to come.

Mason Wicks

Mason Wicks - Illinois State University

Club golf is the perfect opportunity to play competitive golf in college without having the same time commitment as varsity golf. Through club golf you will meet lifelong friends and enjoy competing against many cool people all across the country.

Questions? Please email Connor Brown at