Men and women from all 50 states will be represented in this year’s PGA of America National Club Championship over the next two weeks in Palm Springs, California. The National Club Championship is a one-of-a-kind event that features 530 amateur club champions from golf courses across the country.
The women’s and senior women’s divisions will play Dec. 4-6, and the men’s and senior men’s division will compete Dec. 11-14. Desert Willow, Indian Wells and PGA West’s acclaimed Stadium Course will host the Championship.
This Championship celebrates each club champion’s partnerships with their PGA Professional, who has played a key role in helping them achieve their goals on the course. Winners of any 2021 club championship nationwide received an invitation to the 2021 PGA National Club Championship from their PGA Professional.
TaylorMade, the Supporting Partner of the PGA Club Championship property, will be onsite providing a unique and impactful experience, as well as a few surprises for some of the best amateur players from across the country.
Championship partners Greg Norman and Dunning are the official apparel partners of the National Club Championship and will be providing competitors with some of the best apparel in the game. Imagine Golf, will be onsite helping players mentally prepare for the championship through their highly rated mental game mobile app. Rapsodo, named the best Personal Golf Launch Monitor of 2021 by MyGolfSpy, will be challenging players to fun contests using their MLM device. Lastly, SCNS Sports will be fueling the players with performance nutrition bars. The PGA of America thanks all of our partners for their support of PGA Professionals and the PGA’s National Club Championship.
The inaugural National Club Championship for 2020 club champions took place in March at Pinehurst Resort. Through a field of 312 club champions, four Championship winners were crowned: Katie Kirk (Women’s Champion from TPC Piper Glen), Patty Moore (Senior Women’s Champion from Pinehurst Resort), Stephen Behr (Men’s Champion from The Golf Club of Georgia) and Coleman Tidwell (Senior Men’s Champion from Idle Golf and Country Club).
A full recap of the inaugural event can be found here
To learn more about this month’s PGA National Club Championship, please visit the championship page
. To learn more about the competitors, their PGA Professionals, their club and the PGA Sections they represent, please visit the field information page
. Live scoring details provided by Golf Genius can also be found on the field information page.