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68th U.S. Senior Amateur

2023 U.S. Senior Amateur Championship

Wednesday, August 23rd – Thursday, August 31st 2023

In 2013, Martis Camp Club was honored to host the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, won by Scottie Scheffler (pictured below right with Martis Camp Member volunteers). In 2019, the Martis Camp Club Board of Directors accepted an invitation from the United States Golf Association to host another championship, the 2023 U.S. Senior Amateur. We’re thrilled to be hosting this event next year, sharing with the world the esteemed status of our Club and Member experience.

Of his experience at Martis Camp Club, Scottie Scheffler said recently, “Martis Camp is truly an awesome place and I had an amazing time winning the 2013 U.S. Junior Amateur there. The golf course is beautiful, a great test of golf, and worthy of hosting any USGA Championship. I feel like that experience helped me take the next step in my golf career and I will always have a connection to Martis Camp. I look forward to seeing who becomes the next USGA champion crowned there this year.”

Martis Camp Hole 9 at sunrise2013 U.S. Junior Amateur Champion Scottie Scheffler

The 68th U.S. Senior Amateur Championship will be hosted by Martis Camp Club in partnership with the Martis Camp Foundation, and conducted by the United States Golf Association. Play begins on Thursday, August 24th with a field of 156 players playing practice rounds followed by two rounds of stroke play. The field is cut to 64 players who will begin match play on Monday, August 28th and continue through a 36-hole final on Thursday, August 31st. Spectators may attend at no charge.

Martis Camp Club thanks our generous supporters of the
2023 U.S. Senior Amateur Championship


67th U.S. Senior Amateur Champion Rusty Strawn

History of the Senior Amateur
The remarkable growth of senior golf prompted the USGA to establish the U.S. Senior Amateur Championship in 1955, for players 55 and older. Many senior golf associations had come into being on the local, state and regional level, demonstrating that the competitive instinct amongst senior golfers is not diminished by age.

Pictured above, the 67th U.S. Senior Amateur Champion Rusty Strawn lifts the trophy at the Kittansett Club on September 1st, 2022. Photo courtesy of the USGA.

Scottie Scheffler reads a putt on Martis Camp Hole 14

Great Clubs Host Great Events
If you’d like to volunteer for the U.S. Senior Amateur Championship, visit our volunteer registration page! On this page, you’ll find links to the volunteer waiver and privacy policy as well as fields to enter your name and details to set up an account. Upon registration, we’ll contact you to confirm your availability and send you more information.


Have questions about volunteering?
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Support the Senior Amateur
If you or your organization would like to be a supporter of the 2023 U.S. Senior Amateur, view the supporter packet here and get in touch! Platinum, Gold and Silver support levels are acknowledged with unique packages of benefits which include golf at Martis Camp, midday dining for your group, championship viewing from the Camp Lodge observation deck and invitations to the Martis Camp summer auction and dinner.

The Martinez Member-Ambassador Golf CompetitionMCF Community Grant Recipient High Fives Foundation
Great Clubs Give Back
The Martis Camp Foundation (MCF) is partnering with Martis Camp Club to bring the U.S. Senior Amateur to Martis Camp in 2023.

Founded in 2010, the MCF has granted more than $3.3 million to the Truckee/North Tahoe community. Funds are awarded in the form of community grants to local nonprofit organizations and college scholarships for high school graduates in need. Additionally, the MCF provides scholarships for qualifying Martis Camp employees and their children so that they may fulfill their education goals and/or continue their career education.

The Martinez Member-Ambassador
Annually in October, the MCF hosts The Martinez Member-Ambassador golf competition (pictured above left). The competition raises funds for MCF college scholarships in honor of former Martis Camp Head Golf Professional Denise Martinez.

$757,000 in MCF Community Grants Awarded for 2022
MCF community grants are awarded every fall to dozens of local nonprofit organizations working in the areas of education, youth development, human services and recreation. In 2022, High Fives Foundation (pictured above right) was one of 50 organizations that received a grant from the MCF. High Fives Foundation provides hope and resources to injured athletes, and gets them back to their physical activities of choice through rehabilitation and adaptive sports.