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2018 U.S. Senior Amateur

August 25 - 30, 2018

The tradition continues…

Eugene Country Club has a long and rich history of hosting prestigious national championships including the 1964 U.S. Junior Amateur, 1978 NCAA Championship, 1993 U.S. Mid-Amateur, 2002 U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur, 2008 U.S. Women’s Amateur, and most recently the 2016 NCAA Championships (men’s and women’s).

Today, Eugene Country Club’s membership and staff are proudly turning our focus to the U.S. Senior Amateur. The excitement and anticipation leading up to this historic championship will build as it grows closer, knowing that we will be hosting 156 of the world’s best senior amateur golfers. We excel at hosting prominent golf championships and look forward to once again putting our course, our membership, and our hospitality on display.

We know that our course will, as always, prove to be a challenging test for these elite golfers. We hope you will consider joining us to see the next national champion crowned at Eugene Country Club. Judging by last year’s championship excitement, this year will see many twists and turns that you won’t want to miss. Will last year’s winner, 55-year-old Sean Knapp, come back for a repeat? After competing in 40 previous USGA Championships and losing twice in the semifinal round, on his first appearance at a U.S. Senior Am, he sunk a 20-foot par putt on the 17th green to win over two-time champion Paul Simson.


August 22-24 Registration & Practice Rounds
August 25-26 Stroke Play Rounds
Following stroke play, field will be reduced to 64 players that will advance to match play
August 27-30 Match Play

Spectators are welcome at the championship August 25-30. There is no charge for admission. Food and beverage will be available for purchase. The golf shop will also be available for public purchases. Credit cards will be accepted.

In order to succeed, the championship will require the assistance of over 200 volunteers. Each volunteer will receive a volunteer package with championship branded NIKE Golf apparel and meals during their shift while they are supporting the championship. There will be no charge for the volunteer package thanks to the generous support of Murphy Company.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please complete our Volunteer Application. Sign up early and sign up often. The earlier you register the better the chance of receiving preferred shifts and assignments.

Players in the championship have the option to ride carts or take a caddie. A percentage of the field will hire local caddies. If hired by a player, a local caddie is guaranteed four rounds at the standard caddie rate of $75 per round. If you would like to be considered to become a local caddie, please complete our Caddie Application.

The Champions Club is an exclusive group of Eugene Country Club members who are graciously supporting the U.S. Senior Amateur with a $1,000 contribution. Each member will receive a commemorative headcover, a custom NIKE Golf outerwear piece recognizing their membership in the Champions Club, and an invitation to the Championship Preview tournament on August 13 based on space availability. Members will also be recognized within the clubhouse and in the championship magazine for their support of the championship. To sign up, please complete our enrollment form.

As with any national championship, financial support from the community is paramount to the success of the championship. We have a range of supporter packages to fit different budgets. Many of our packages include access to golf at Eugene Country Club and the opportunity to enjoy the amenities at our newly remodeled clubhouse. To learn more please complete our Request for Supporter Information to be contacted by our Championship Coordinator, Patrick Siver. If you prefer, Patrick can be reached at (503) 807-0960 or