The NJSGA’s “Wednesday Roundup” will run weekly through the 2022 golf season. This weekly news summary will feature local stories and news from throughout #thestateofgolf. If your organization or club has announcements to share, please email with “Wednesday Roundup” in the subject line.

  • Tickets are now available for the 122nd U.S. Amateur at The Ridgewood Country Club and Arcola Country Club. (Click for more)
  • Volunteer opportunities are now available for the 122nd U.S. Amateur which include walking scorers, marshals/forecaddies, standard bearers, tee services, operations and caddie services. (Click for more)
  • 2021 New Jersey Women’s Amateur Champion Ami Gianchandani of Yale and 2019 New Jersey Women’s Amateur Champion Anina Ku of Harvard both finished t-3 at the Ivy League Championship at The Ridge at Back Brook. (Click for more)
  • 2020 New Jersey Amateur Champion Austin Devereux of Rider University won the MAAC Championship at Disney’s Magnolia Golf Course for the second consecutive season. He helped lead Rider to its first-ever MAAC Championship and will move on to the NCAA Regional with the Broncos. (Click for more)
  • Chris Gotterup helped lead Oklahoma to a Big 12 Conference Championship on April 27. The Little Silver native finished as runner-up individually. Gotterup and the Sooners will move on to the NCAA Regional. (Click for more)
  • Kashish Malik of Marlboro High School shot a 79 to win the Girls Shore Conference Championship at Jumping Brook Golf Course. (Click for more)
  • Sea Oaks Golf Resort in Egg Harbor Township, which closed in 2020 was just acquired by the owners of Renault Winery Resort and Vineyard National Golf Course and is expected to reopen in June 2022 with a renovation set to begin and a new name; LBI National Golf & Resort. (Click for more)
  • The LPGA Leadership Academy is headed to New Jersey on July 13-14, 2022 for girls ages 13-18. The Academy, which will take place at USGA headquarters is aimed at girls who have some experience in golf and an interest in improving confidence, communication, decision making, team and leadership skills. (Click for more)
  • The Lady Liberty Cup, a Ryder Cup style tournament will be played from April 30 – May 1, 2022 at Liberty National Golf Club. The tournament, which features junior female golfers from New Jersey and New York will raise funds to support Minds Matter, a non-profit organization with a mission to enhance academic and lifelong opportunities for deserving students from low-income communities.
  • Forsgate Country Club is set to welcome the ANNIKA Foundation on May 12 for an allday event. The day will feature a breakfast session to hear Sorenstam's story, a golf outing on the historic Banks Course, a golf clinic, a six-hole exhibition match and a closing reception with raffle prizes. (Click for details)
  • The MGA Foundation, in partnership with Met Area clubs, will work through GOLFWORKS, its flagship internship program, will aid Ukranian State-side refugees enrolled at American colleges and universities who do not have a home country to return to this summer. Ukranian students as well as clubs looking to participate in this program should contact
  • The LPGA Cognizant Founders Cup is headed to Upper Montclair Country Club on May 12-15. Volunteer opportunities are made available through the LPGA website. (Click for details)
  • The USGA and World Golf Tour (WGT) by Topgolf have announced their 2022 lineup for the USGA eSports Grand Slam Presented by Lexus, which offers competitors an opportunity to compete for a variety of prizes, including a grand prize VIP trip to the 2023 U.S. Open Championship at The Los Angeles (Calif.) Country Club. (Click for details)
  • Registration is open for the 2022-23 Drive, Chip & Putt Championships. The USGA initiative is open to any boy or girl between the ages of 7-15. (Click for details)
  • Entries are open for the several USGA Championships, including the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open, U.S. Mid-Amateur, U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur, U.S. Senior Open, U.S. Girls’, U.S. Junior, U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur, U.S. Women’s Amateur, U.S. Amateur, U.S. Senior Women’s Open, U.S. Senior Amateur. (Click to view)
  • The 2022 NJSGA Hall of Fame ceremony and reception will take place at Galloping Hill Golf Course on May 4 and will honor George A. Crump, David Glenz, Karen Noble and Ed Whitman. (Click for details)
  • Entries for all NJSGA Championships are now open. (Click for details)

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