- One Day Tournaments
- Member Clubs
The Connecticut Amateur Championship is the oldest event conducted by the CSGA and is one of the nation’s oldest state amateur golf championships. The challenging format tests the state's best amateur golfers over two rounds of stroke play to determine the low thirty-two match play qualifiers. Two rounds of match play each day culminate in a thirty-six hole final to crown the top amateur player in Connecticut.
The first winner of the Connecticut Amateur was Thomas L. Cheney. Since Cheney's innaugural victory, past champions have included Robert M. Grant, whom the medalist honor is named, and current PGA tour player, J.J. Henry. In 2012, Matt Smith of Quinnatisset defeated Ben Conroy of eCclub of River Valley.
For all except exempt players. Format will be 18 holes at stroke play. The total number of qualifying spots will be available following the closing date. Qualifier dates and sites are below.
Thursday, May 16th - Great Neck Country Club, Waterford, Conn.
Tuesday, May 28th - Oak Hills Park Golf Club, Norwalk, Conn.
TBD - Madison Country Club, Madison, Conn.