Glen Ellyn, IL, September 28, 2020 – The United States Golf Challenge (USGC) and Amateurgolf.com announced today that Amateurgolf.com’s highly successful Two-man Links and Father and Son Championship tournament, held annually at Bandon Dunes Resort, will become an official USGC National Qualifier beginning in 2021.

The 18th annual tournament, being played April 22-26, will be part of a nationwide series of qualifying events leading to the 2021 USGC National Championship.

The Two-man Links and Father and Son Championship offers four Divisions, Championship, Senior Championship, Net, and Father/Son. 30% of the best-ball fields qualify for the USGC National Championship, with the winning teams earning free entry into the USGC National Championship.

At the USGC National Championship, teams compete in one of four flights in two Divisions (Open and Senior) to represent Team USA at the International King’s Cup™ held in Ireland.

The International King’s Cup is a team match-play event played in honor of golf’s greatest ambassador – Mr. Arnold Palmer, whose Honesty, Integrity, Sportsmanship and Commitment to Excellence represent the ideals for which the game of golf is known.

About Amateurgolf.com – AmateurGolf.com devotes their entire website to the 99.7% of golfers who aren’t pros. Their content is geared towards players who are serious about taking their game to a competitive level. At its core, their site provides the world’s most comprehensive golf tournament database and provides tournaments large and small with a highly effective way to publicize and promote their events, free of charge.

In addition to hosting the number one website for competitive golf, amateurgolf.com provides major amateur tournaments like the Stocker Cup and Dixie Amateur with website, registration, and media services. They also provide amateur rankings for most levels of competition: men’s, women’s, senior, and state-by-state lists.

About the USGC  – The United States Golf Challenge (USGC™), owned and operated by Medalist Events LLC, is entering its 7th season as America’s premier team event. The USGC will conduct over 20 National Qualifying events around the country with qualifying teams playing in the USGC National Championship in October, 2021 culminating in the selection of Team USA for the 2022 International King’s Cup.