Black Oak Golf Club

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.

  • Two-time New Jersey State Open Champion Frank Esposito, Jr. is set to tee it up at 7:41 a.m. in the 2022 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship at Harbor Shores in Benton Harbor, Mich. (Click for more)
  • 2019 New Jersey Open Champion Chris Gotterup is a finalist for the Haskins Award, given to the Most Outstanding Male Collegiate Golfer since 1971 as voted on by college players, coaches and media. (Click for more
  • Brandon Dalinka of The Ridge at Back Brook and Troy Vannucci of Little Mill Country Club are t-3rd at the GAP Middle-Amateur Championship after both shooting a 2-under 70 on Monday at Jericho National Golf Club. They will wrap up action on Tuesday morning. (Click for more)
  • Grant Sturgeon of Arcola Country Club leads the NJPGA Lincoln Charity Clambake at Hollywood Golf Club. With one more round left to be played, Sturgeon leads the field by seven strokes after posted and 69 and 67. (Click for more)
  • All-Shore Boys and Girls Teams were announced, which highlights the strongest performers in Monmouth and Ocean County (Click for more)
  • Monmouth University is accepting applications for its Head Women's Golf Coach position. (Click for more)
  • Registration is open for the Charity Challenge, set for Monday, August 29, 2022 at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster. It is a 10 a.m. shotgun with a four-man scramble followed by a post-reception in the Grand Ballroom. The event will build hope and a future for at-risk children in Santiago, Chile. (Click for more)
  • 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)
  • 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 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.
  • 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 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)

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