Here’s your chance to compete in a national golf championship! You don’t have to drive the ball 300 yards, knock down flagsticks from the fairway or hole sand shots from a greenside bunker. All you have to is get that little white (or orange or yellow) ball in the hole on the putting green. If you can do that, then you could become America’s Best Putter in one of six divisional national putting championships:

  • Men’s Open
  • Women’s Open
  • Senior Men
  • Senior Women
  • Junior Boys
  • Junior Girls

Dates and location will be announced in 2016, at which time you will be able to enter your division of the U.S. Putting Tour championship at this website.

USPT Championship History

The first USPT Championship took place in 2011 at The Crossings in Carlsbad, California. Over 200 golfers participated, with Ronnie Pritchett claiming the title of America’s Best Putter in an exciting sudden-death playoff finish on the first extra hole.

The event received national coverage in Golf magazine and in newspapers across the country, as well as extensive online and social media coverage.