SCGA Player of the YearThe SCGA's Player of the Year is awarded based on a point system earned through performance and participation throughout the course of the year. Points are awarded for top finishes in all of the major amateur events across the United States, but the emphasis of the point structure is put on participation in SCGA and CGA events.
In recent years, SCGA Player of the Year winners have ranged from former tour pros, to collegiate players, to lifelong amateurs. This is representative of the makeup of players who participate not only in SCGA events, but in amateur golf events across the nation. While the Senior division is limited to players 55 and older, its list of past winners displays a similar variety of players. From those who have been lifelong SCGA competitors having grown up and lived their entire life in South Carolina, to those who have relocated here either through work or retirement, the SCGA Senior division also boasts some of the best amateur golfers in the state.
To view current SCGA Player of the Year and Senior Player of the Year Standings, and other information pertaining to Player of the Year, check out the links below: