Women's Golf National Championships

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Event Name:

NAIA Women's Golf National Championships

Seeking Site For:

2025 & 2026 | 2027 & 2028

Bid Deadline:

June 1, 2023

Rights Fee:

$5,000.00 (Minimum) 

Dates:

Mid-Late May 2025-26 & 2027-28

Days of the Week:

Monday-Friday (Monday is official Practice Round) 

Number of Teams:

Maximum of 156 golfers in field. Cut after 36 holes.

Estimated Number
of Participants & Fans:

180-200 people

Facility Requirements:

A well-kept course that can withstand one practice round and four (4) days (72 holes of play) of competition. The tournament field is cut after 54 holes and reduced to the top 17 teams and 40 individuals (including ties).  Preferably is a Par 72 and 5,800 yards minimum; Municipal Course or Private Course; Golf carts provided to staff, officials, and coaches only.

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 300 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 100 

Room Rate:

The price range is $90-$115, regardless of room occupancy

Hotel Pre-Registration:

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

Contact:

Nathan Docter, Championships Manager
(816) 595-8133
ndocter@naia.org


Event History:

2019-20: Lincoln Park Golf Course, Oklahoma City, OK
2017-18: PGA National, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
2015-16: Savannah Quarters Country Club, Pooler, GA
2013-14: Wilderness Ridge Golf Club, Doane College, NE
2011-12: Link: Hills Country Club, Greeneville, TN 
2009-10: Meadowbrook Municipal Golf Course, Rapid City Convention and Visitors Bureau 
2007-08: Lake San Marcos Country Club, San Diego (CA) International Sports Council 
2005-06: Blackthorn Golf Club, South Bend, IN
2004: LPGA International-Champions, Embry-Riddle University, FL
2002-03: Pine Lakes Country Club, Embry-Riddle University, FL
2000-01: London Country Club, Cumberland College, KY
1999: North Palm Beach Country Club, Palm Beach County, FL 
1998: Page Belcher Golf Club, Tulsa Sports Commission