Tri-State Matches

Men’s Tri-state

The history of the Tri-State Matches dates back to 1907 when the team from Massachusetts was victorious at the Agawam Hunt Club in Providence, Rhode Island. The current format that features three teams competing over a two-day period was formalized in 1928. Teams from Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut now come together each fall to compete for the regional title. Individual amateur golfers are selected each year by each golf associations. Read More

GRISCOM CUP (Women’s Tri-state)

In 1898, the Women’s Golf Association of Philadelphia initiated an intercity competition when it challenged a group of women from the Morris County Country Club, an all-women’s club in New Jersey, to a match at Merion Golf Club in Haverford, Pennsylvania. In 1902, the first three-city challenge – featuring New York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts – was held at what was then called Baltusrol Links. The following year saw the beginning of the annual rotation of the tournament among the three cities. Read More

Junior girls are also able to compete in the following: