Exemptions From Qualifying for an NCGA Event
In order to receive an exemption, players are required to register for that tournament prior to the closing date and must meet all eligibility requirements unless indicated otherwise. When exemptions are determined an e‐mail invitation will be sent to remind players to submit their entries.
Special Exemptions – The NCGA reserves the right to award exemptions based on special circumstances. If a player wants to request a special exemption, he or she MUST complete the Special Exemption Request Form below (note Special Requests for 2021 will not be accepted until after the open of registration on January 11th). Accomplishments in non-NCGA events that warrant an exemption as outlined in the policy must have been achieved while an active member of the NCGA. Each request will be reviewed by the NCGA Championship Committee after which the player will be notified of the decision made. All requests must be submitted prior to the entry closing date. Any request that is not submitted by the form below will not be considered. NOTE: The term “Special Circumstances” refers to a player’s individual playing performances and does not include a player’s inability to qualify due to another commitment such as work or vacation.
- NCGA Four-Ball Championship, Spyglass Hill, May 7-9, 2021
- NCGA Mid-Amateur Championship, Poppy Hills, June 12-13, 2021
- California Amateur Championship, The Preserve GC, June 21-26, 2021
- NCGA Public Links Championship, Poppy Hills/Pacific Grove, June 28-29, 2021
- NCGA Junior Championship, Lake Merced GC, July 12-13, 2021
- NCGA Amateur Stroke Play Championship, Poppy Hills, July 16-18, 2021
- California Women’s Amateur Championship, Hacienda GC, July 19-24, 2021
- NCGA Amateur Championship, Spyglass Hill, August 9-13, 2021
- NCGA Senior Championship, Poppy Hills, September 27-29, 2021
- California Senior Women’s Amateur Championship, San Luis Obispo CC, October 4-6, 2021
- California Senior Amateur Championship, Hillcrest CC, November 8-10, 2021