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National Championships Conducted by the USGA

The USGA Senior Amateur Championship is only one of many national championships conducted by the United States Golf Association.  Below is the complete list of the thirteen national championships conducted each year:

U.S. Open
U.S. Senior Open
U.S. Women's Open
U.S. Amateur Public Links
U.S. Junior Amateur
U.S. Girls' Junior
U.S. Junior Amateur
U.S. Women's Amateur
U.S. Amateur
U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur
U.S. Mid-Amateur
USGA Senior Amateur USGA Senior Women's Amateur

Two other events, the Men's and Women's State Team Championships, are conducted every other year.

The USGA also helps conduct three international competitions -- the Walker Cup and Curtis Cup matches, and the World Amateur Team Championships.

For more information about future USGA championships or on how you can participate in a national championship, be sure to visit the USGA's web site at www.usga.org and select "Championships" from the menu.

 
Championship Facts

VENUE – Flint Hills National Golf Club, north of Wichita, Kan., was designed by Tom Fazio and opened in 1997.

COURSE RATING AND SLOPE – The USGA Course RatingTM for Flint Hills National Golf Club is 72.2; Slope Rating® is 133.

COURSE LAYOUT – The fairways will measure 0.55" in height. There will be no intermediate rough used outside the fairways. Depending on density, the primary rough will stand between 2½ and 3 inches high. The greens will measure approximately 10.5 feet on the Stimpmeter.

HISTORY – The USGA Senior Amateur Championship was first played in 1955. The 2007 Senior Amateur Championship will be the 53rd.

SCHEDULE – Practice rounds will be held Aug. 30 (Thursday) and Aug. 31 (Friday). The starting field of 156 players will play two rounds of stroke play, with the low 64 scorers advancing to match play. The schedule is as follows:

  • Sept. 1 (Saturday) – First round of stroke play
  • Sept. 2 (Sunday) – Second round of stroke play
  • Sept. 3 (Monday) – First round of match play
  • Sept. 4 (Tuesday) – Second and third rounds of match play
  • Sept. 5 (Wednesday) – Quarterfinals and semifinals, match play
  • Sept. 6 (Thursday) – Final, match play (18 holes)

 

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