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Wednesday, July 22, 2020

GCAA creates series of tournaments schedule for college players

Golf America- GCAA confirmed tournament Schedule dates for College Players 2020 season.





Golf Coaches Association of America is providing playing opportunities for them regardless of what happens this fall.

The GCAA Amateur Series, an 11-event schedule of tournaments designed specifically for college players, will begin in August and run into November. The events will be 54 holes over two days and be open to college golfers who were on a roster last season or will be this upcoming season.





GCAA- Golf America revealed Tournament Schedule Dates, Locations 2020 for college Players




As of now, only a few Division I conferences have officially postponed or canceled fall golf: Ivy League, Patriot League, Atlantic 10 and Colonial Athletic Association. There have been more among the NCAA’s lower divisions.

While these amateur events will not be ranked by Golfstat, they will award WAGR points. The GCAA is also looking to add to the schedule, especially if there are more conferences that cancel fall action.



GCAA- Golf America Tournament Schedule Dates, Locations 2020.




Here is the current slate of tournaments:



Aug. 15-16: Jimmie Austin OU GC, Norman, Oklahoma

Aug. 22-23: Club of Kingwood (Forest), Kingwood, Texas

Aug. 22-23: Mules National GC, Warrensburg, Missouri

Aug. 29-30: Oak Valley Golf Club, Los Angeles

Sept. 12-13: Rivermont GC, Johns Creek, Georgia

Sept. 12-13: Oaks GC, Pass Christian, Mississippi

Sept. 19-20: GC at Dove Mountain, Maranza, Arizona

Sept. 26-27: Pinehurst No. 6, Pinehurst, North Carolina

Oct. 17-18: University of Louisville GC, Simpsonville, Kentucky

Oct. 31-Nov. 1: Lonnie Poole GC, Raleigh, North Carolina

Oct. 31-Nov. 1: Maumelle CC, Maumelle, Arkansas





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