Welcome to The NAPGC
The National Association of Public and Proprietary Golf Clubs
Dedicated to providing competitions for all abilities & ages
In 1927, five times Open Champion John Henry Taylor and the renowned course architect FG Hawtree formed the NAPGC. Both were men of vision who believed the new association would bring about cohesion between “public” and “private” golf.
Around 100 years on the philosophy remains unchanged and the Association has adapted to the many changes that have evolved in the organisation and management of “public course golf”. The focus of the Association is very much on providing competitive golf opportunities for Men, Women and Juniors of all ages and handicaps.
In the recent past the Association was renamed to the ‘National Association of Public and Proprietary Golf Clubs and Course’ recognising the large number of golf courses owned by individuals or companies but nevertheless open to the General Public. The NAPGC welcomes new clubs in the hope that the Association will continue to grow as a truly national organisation representing public course golf and its golfers.
From 2023, NAPGC will be using Golf Genius as our competition management software application.
To enter and compete in NAPGC events, all players are required to register their details into our database, known as the Master Roster.
Once registered you can view, enter and play in events.
Please complete your registration using the register button below
The Mary and Gordon Forster Competitions are now open for registration.
Monday 2nd October saw a field of 65 men and 23 ladies compete for the UKPCC Nett
Championship on the Earls course at The Warwickshire.
The NAPGC was founded in 1927 and is one of the oldest bodies in golf. To find out more about the benefits of your club joining