Men's Golf National Championships

National Championship Host Manual  |  Host Requirements  |  Site Survey & Bid Form


Event Name:

NAIA Men's Golf National Championships

   

Seeking Site For:

2020-2021

   

Bid Deadline:

December 1, 2019

   

Rights Fee:

$5,000.00 (Minimum)
   

Time of Year:

Mid/Late May 

   

Days of the Week:

Monday-Friday (Monday is official practice round)

   

Number of Teams:

Maximum of 156 golfers in field (approximately 30 teams & 6 individuals)  Field cut to top 17 teams and 40 individuals after 54 holes.

   

Estimated Number
of Participants & Fans:

400-500 daily

   

Facility Requirements:

A well-kept course that can withstand one practice round and four days of competition. Preferably a Par 72 and 6800 yards minimum.  Municipal Course or Private Course.  Golf carts provided to staff, officials and coaches only. (Possibly parents with medical hardships and doctor's letters).

   

Hotel Requirements:

One headquarters hotel within 15 minutes of the golf course that has comfortable rooms, meeting rooms, and a banquet hall for a dinner for approximately 330 people. Overflow/alternate housing (1-2 hotels) for fans is also requested.

   

Average Length of Stay:

6-8 nights 

   

Room Block Needed:

No less than 120

   

Room Rate:

The price range is $70 - $90, no matter occupancy

   

Hotel Pre-Registration:

Participants will be responsible for making reservations and paying for rooms directly with the hotel

   

Contact:

Eric Olson, Director of Championships
816-595-8143
eolson@naia.org


Event History:

2012-13: Creekside Golf Club, Cascade Collegiate Conference/Corban University, Salem, OR
2009-11: TPC Deere Run, Quad Cities of Iowa and Illinois 
2007-08: Indiana National Golf Club, Swan Lake Resort, Plymouth, IN 
2004-06: Prairie Highlands Golf Course, Olathe Chamber of Commerce
2002-03: Matanzas Woods Golf Club, Embry-Riddle/PCGR
2000-01: Isleta Eagle Golf Course, Albuquerque CVB
1999: PGA National, Palm Beach County
1998: Southern Hills Country Club, Tulsa Sports Commission