The West Virginia golf Association offers a series of championships for all kinds of golfers. No matter what level, whether professional, amateur or junior, West Virginia will have a competition for any individual. With many championships and other events such as the Senior Series, the Top-Flight Junior Tour and the Campbell Classic, West Virginia golf tournaments offers something for every one.
During the month of April individuals can compete at the Wendy's Frosty Classic Pro Am at the Edgewood country club. During Mid April at Cape Charles Virginia, the Bay Creek Resort, offers teams for both West Virginia and Virginia to compete in one large event. The Twisted Gun Golf Club, towards the end of April, holds the West Virginia Senior Four Ball Competition geared toward seniors.
During the month of May there are many qualifier competitions for juniors and amateurs. For example, the Moundsville Country Club has the Junior Match Play Qualifier, while the Barry Hills country club holds the Amateur Qualifier. For Senior women amateur golfers, the Edgewood Country Club holds the West Virginia Women's Senior Amateur Championship during the beginning of June. The West Virginia Mid-Amateur challenge is also during June and can be found at the Pete Dye Golf Club. The WV Father-Child competition is also for amateurs and takes place at The Resort at Glade Springs.
If you are a male seeking to play with a partner wait until the end of September for the West Virginia Two-Man Scramble. This is held at the resort at Glade Springs Cobb. The Virginia Carolinas (men) is a different competition held just for males. It is held at the Bayville Golf Club during mid October. Their is also the same competition for women but is at a different location, River Run Country Club. West Virginia golf tournaments also offers competition for juniors. These occur mostly during the end of July and take place at Coonskin Park. The actually course itself is played on the Coonskin Park Golf Course which is located in Charleston.