Feb 09, 2024

2024 Delaware Schedule

2024 Delaware Schedule released

| 2024 Delaware Schedule | Delaware site |

The 2024 Delaware Tournament Schedule is locked in.

The season kicks off with the Spring Classic at Kings Creek Country Club and Rehoboth Beach Country Club April 15-16. It will end Oct. 21-22 at Cripple Creek Golf & Country Club for the Fall Classic.

The Delaware Major Championship rota is strong. It starts with the 73rd Delaware Amateur at White Clay Creek Country Club in Middletown, Del, June 24-26. The 59th Delaware Open will return to Fieldstone Golf Club for the third time Aug. 12-13 with qualifying taking place at Odessa National Golf Club on July 29.

On the junior calendar, St. Annes Golf Links will host the 73rd Junior Boys’ Championship and 41st Junior Girls’ Championship July 23-24.

Chances for senior glory will take place twofold. The 9th Delaware Super-Senior Championship will take place at Plantation Lakes Golf & Country Club Aug. 5-6. The 73rd Delaware Senior Amateur at Bear Trap Dunes Aug. 21-22. 

The 35th Delaware Mid-Open and Mid-Amateur will take place Oct. 7 at Bayside Resort Golf Club.

There are a total of 11 events where women are eligible to participate. Highlighted by the 41st Junior Girls’ Championship, Women’s Divisions in the Delaware Senior Amateur, Super-Senior Championship and Four-Ball Championship.

In addition, Delaware will host two honorary team events. The Williamson Cup will be at Rehoboth Beach Country Club Aug. 12-13 and the Senior Challenge Matches at Bidermann Golf Club on Oct. 8.

For all events, entries open six weeks in advance, and will close seven business days in advance unless otherwise noted.

New this year, the winner of the Delaware Amateur Championship receives an automatic bid into the U.S. Amateur Championship. The runner-up will be exempt into 2025 final qualifying. Last May, the USGA announced revisions to that event’s qualifying model. The U.S. Amateur will move from a one-stage, 36-hole qualifying format to a two-stage qualifying format with an 18-hole local qualifier and an 18-hole final qualifier.

As part of the changes, the USGA announced exemptions into the Championship proper for state, Allied Golf Associations, regional and national amateur champions based on established criteria and historical WAGR event power rankings.

For more information regarding the Delaware schedule, contact Grant Morse, GAP Tournament Director at 610-687-2340 ext. 0013 or by email at gmorse@gapgolf.org.

DatesEventCourse
April 15-16Spring ClassicKings Creek Country Club & Rehoboth Beach Country Club
May 6RBCC Spring Pro-AmRehoboth Beach Country Club
June 5Four-Ball ChampionshipHeritage Shores
June 24-2673rd Delaware Amateur ChampionshipWhite Clay Creek Country Club
July 22Interclub Pro-AmHeritage Shores
July 23-2473rd Delaware Junior Boys’ & 40th Junior Girls’ ChampionshipsSt. Annes Golf Links
July 2959th Delaware Open QualifyingOdessa National Golf Club
Aug. 5-69th Delaware Super-Senior ChampionshipPlantation Lakes Golf & Country Club
Aug. 12-1359th Delaware OpenFieldstone Golf Club
Aug. 12-13Williamson CupRehoboth Beach Country Club
Aug. 21-2273rd Delaware Senior AmateurBear Trap Dunes
Sept. 2527-Hole ChallengeBear Trap Dunes
Oct. 735th Delaware Mid-Open/Mid-Amateur/4th Women’s Mid-AmateurBayside Resort Golf Club
Oct. 835th Senior Challenge MatchesBidermann Golf Club
Oct. 10Senior Four-BallWild Quail Golf & Country Club
TBDTeam ChallengeNewark Country Club
Oct. 21-22Fall ClassicCripple Creek Golf & Country Club

GAP

Celebrating Amateur Golf since 1897, GAP, also known as the Golf Association of Philadelphia, is the oldest regional or state golf association in the United States. It serves as the principal ruling body of amateur golf in its region. The Association’s 345 Member Clubs and 110,000 individual members are spread across Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and Maryland. The GAP’s mission is to promote, preserve and protect the game of golf.

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