The PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship, the most culturally significant championship in collegiate golf, annually hosts student-athletes enrolled in Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic-Serving Institutions, and other Minority-Serving Educational Institutions. 162 students from 41 schools competed in 2021.
The 2022 PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship (PWCC) will be played May 2 - 4 at Union League Liberty Hill and The Union League Golf Club at Torresdale in Philadelphia, PA.
The number 1 ranked City Club in the country and one of the Oldest, The Union League was Established in 1862 during Abraham Lincoln’s term in support of his policies. Today the club maintains the same tenets of inclusion and community focus and look to celebrate their 160th anniversary by hosting the PWCC and lending their support to create greater impact for the Championship, participating teams and individuals through PGA WORKS.
The PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship (PWCC) was created in 1986 to highlight competitive golf programs at the most underserved and underrepresented Minority-Serving Institutions in the country, and educate and inspire student-athletes to pursue career opportunities in the business of golf and beyond. PWCC is considered the most culturally significant championship in collegiate golf (82% of 2021 players identified as “non-white”).
The Championship is a 54-hole, stroke-play event contested across five divisions from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), and other Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).
Division I Men’s Team
Division II Men’s Team
Women’s Team Division
Men’s Individual Division
Women’s Individual Division
The individual competition is open to all minority men and women student-athletes playing collegiate golf at the Division I, Division II, Division III, NAIA, and NJCAA level, or participants who are enrolled in one of the PGA of America’s PGA Golf Management University Programs.