100th CDGA Amateur Championship

Glen View Club will host the 100th CDGA Amateur Championship June 24-27

100th CDGA Amateur Championship
June 24-27 • Glen View Club (Golf)

The field is set for the 100th CDGA Amateur Championship, which will be contested June 24-27 at Glen View Club in Golf. A field featuring 75 of the Chicago District's top amateur golfers will compete to hoist the Joseph G. Davis Trophy, which dates back to 1914.

The event will begin with 36 holes of stroke play on Monday, with the low 16 players advancing to match play. The first round of matches will take place on Tuesday, with the quarterfinals and semifinals slated for Wednesday. The last two standing will square off in a 36-hole championship match on Thursday to determine the victor.

Related Links: (Stroke Play Tee Times) / (Field) / (Chicago District Golfer Feature) / (2018 Recap) / (Event History)


Qualifying

DateSiteInformation
May 28Cress Creek Country Club (Naperville)
RESULTS
June 3Innsbrook Country Club (Merillville)
RESULTS
June 5Pontiac Elks Country Club (Pontiac)
RESULTS
June 10Glen Flora Country Club (Waukegan)
RESULTS


Championship Information
One of the oldest amateur competitions in the Midwest, the CDGA Amateur Championship was first played in 1914 at Ravisloe Country Club in Homewood. Golf great Charles “Chick” Evans, Jr. won the tournament that year. In 1935, invitations were issued nationally, and in 1941 the event became known as the Great Lakes Amateur Championship. In 1955 the CDGA board of directors decided to make the championship an association event again and to limit the field to players who were CDGA members. Currently the Championship is open to any CDGA member with a Handicap Index of 7.4 or under. Since 2003, qualifying golfers play 36 holes of stroke play on the first day of the championship. From there, 16 individuals advance to match play. The eight quarterfinalists from the previous year's championship are exempt into the 36-hole qualifying. David Perkins took home the hardware in 2018.