Champion of the 2016 New England Amateur Championship
• Starting times for R1 and R2 and the Player Information Sheet are available. See links to the right.
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The following is a list of preferred hotels that have set aside room blocks for the New England Amateur Championship. Please reference the event code and cut-off date when making a reservation.
Any questions about the room blocks can be answered by the hotels listed below. Click on the hotel name below to be directed to the individual online registration pages.
Avon Old Farms Hotel
Event Code – New England Amateur Championship
Hotel Phone - (860) 677-1651
Event Rate/Per Night - $119.00
Cut-Off Date – n/a
Entries are open to amateur golfers who hold membership in a club belonging to one of the six New England State Golf Associations and have an up-to-date USGA/GHIN Handicap Index not exceeding 5.4.
Each State Association may use a limit of less than 5.4 if the number of applicants exceeds that State’s number of allotted entries. The field is limited to 156 players. Each State Association shall determine which entries it shall accept, up to and including the number allotted to it as shown below:
Connecticut – 47
Maine – 9
Massachusetts – 55
New Hampshire – 21
Rhode Island – 12
Vermont – 12
All New England competitors must register online for the New England Amateur Championship. Players selected to compete will be notified via email after entries close.
Completely executed entry and $240 entry fee must be received by the NEGA Office by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 16, 2016.
All interested competitors are required to register online - CLICK HERE. Players selected to compete will be notified via email after entries close.
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to register and the policies in place for withdrawals and refunds. As always, it is your responsibility to review the Conditions and Regulations and submit all information prior to the stated entry close dates.
Payment will be received (i.e. the credit card will be charged) by the NEGA at the time of registration.
Player Selection - After the close of entries, each of the New England State Associations will determine which entries it shall accept for the Championship Proper (allotted #'s, per state, are predetermined - www.negagolf.org).
Player Communication/Notification - After entries have been selected (by each Association), an additional email will be sent to all registered applicants, stating who has been selected to compete. Any player who is not selected will be placed on a wait list (order determined by each State Association).
Withdrawals/Refunds - Competitors, who have submitted an entry for an NEGA event and wish to withdraw for any reason, MUST notify the NEGA office in writing (e-mail is acceptable and encouraged) or by phone. Entry fee will be refunded less a $20 administrative fee, regardless of reason, if the NEGA is notified in writing or by phone seven days prior to each event. Entry fee will be refunded less 25% for any withdrawals received less than seven days prior to each event.
Wait List Refunds - After Round 1 of the Championship, any player NOT selected to compete will be refunded in FULL by the NEGA office.
Technical questions or issues pertaining to the online registration process can be directed to Kevin Eldridge (E - firstname.lastname@example.org; P: 774-430-9103).
Any questions or concerns about eligibility, handicap status/index or the competitor selection process should be directed to a competitor's home state association office. Please note that each state association shall determine which entries it shall accept, up to and including the number allotted to it as outlined in the Conditions and Regulations.