NJSGA Announces Postponement of Tournaments and Events through May 10
March 24, 2020 - In light of the evolving COVID-19 health emergency and guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other government agencies, the New Jersey State Golf Association has announced the indefinite postponement of all in-person events through Sunday, May 10. This includes in-person seminars, NJSGA tournaments (i.e., the Four-Ball Championship and qualifying rounds), as well as the Member Golf Day on May 5 (scheduled at Rumson Country Club). In addition, the Compher Cup match versus the Golf Association of Philadelphia has also been postponed indefinitely.
The NJSGA believes that the welfare of its players, host clubs, officials and their families are of paramount importance. For this reason, the NJSGA must ensure that the environment, on and off the golf course, is suitable and safe before the 2020 schedule can begin.
Going forward, the NJSGA will closely monitor guidelines and mandates as established by local, state, and national agencies as they apply to future events. The NJSGA will evaluate its schedule from May 11 and beyond on an ongoing basis; further updates will be announced at NJSGA.org, across the NJSGA’s social media platforms, and via email.
With respect to the Four-Ball Championship, the NJSGA hopes to reschedule the competition to a later date in 2020. Further details will be announced in the upcoming weeks. Any team which entered the Four-Ball Championship will be refunded in full to the credit card used for payment.
Please contact the NJSGA at (908) 241-4653 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you require further information.