No. 18 at North Jersey CC

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 info@njsga.org with “Wednesday Roundup” in the subject line.

  • Holmdel native Megha Ganne is set to compete in the 3rd Augusta National Women’s Amateur at Augusta National Golf Club this week. Live coverage of the event will be on Golf Channel and NBC. (Click for details)
  • In an Amateur Golf feature called, 'What's in a Name?' 2022 NJSGA Hall of Fame inductee George A. Crump is highlighted by the outlet. (Click for details)
  • William O’Neill, of Morristown finished in 2nd place at the Golden Horseshoe Intercollegiate as he competed for Georgetown, also finishing in second as a team. (Click for details)
  • Sam Goldenring, of Florham Park won his first professional victory in a playoff to Albin Choi. (Click for details)
  • Ryan McCormick, of Middletown is teeing it up in the Club Car Championship at The Landings Club on the Korn Ferry Tour. He’s collected a runner-up finish as well as an 11th place finish on the tour in 2022. He sit in 16th in the Korn Ferry Tour Regular Season Points List. (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 foundation@mgagolf.org.
  • Rutgers Women’s Golf Association is looking for new members. The league plays 18 holes Thursday mornings from April through October. Anyone interested in joining should contact membership chair Kathy Torpey at kathy.torpey11@gmail.com or 732-221-6294.
  • 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 detials)
  • 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 detials)
  • 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)
  • The annual New Jersey Golf Summit will be held on Tuesday, April 5 from 3pm-6pm at Galloping Hill Golf Course. The cost to attend is $35.00 per attendee which includes a post-event cocktail reception. (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)
  • Registration is open for the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open, which is a new national championship that will showcase the world’s best golfers with disabilities. (Click for details)
  • The 2022 NJSGA Hall of Fame ceremony and reception will take place at Galloping Hill Golf Course. (Click for details)
  • The NJSGA is hosting five caddie training clinics this spring. (Click for details)
  • The NJSGA has opened registration to four Rules of Golf Webinars that will run in March and April. (Click for details)
  • Entries for all NJSGA Championships are now open. (Click for details)
  • Active handicap season begins on April 1, 2022. (Click for details)
     

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