A group of golfers show off the prize after winning a Nexgengolf event.
By Brendan Mohler
Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Many avid millenial golfers are caught in an unfortunate circumstance—they don’t have the money to pay big green fees, the time for a five-hour round, or a platform for competition.

Enter Nextgengolf, which is taking dead aim at the 18-to-34 demographic.

The three-year-old organization hosts tournaments in 13 cities nationwide and offers a collegiate tour (the NCCGA) for “non-varsity” golfers that’s reached more than 400 schools.

All it takes is a competitive spirit and a passion for the game (and a small entry fee). Don’t assume the competition is soft; last year’s NCCGA national champ walked onto the team at Michigan State.

To learn more or get involved, check out Nextgengolf.org.

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