The Northeast Amateur is a golf tournament held each year at the Wannamoisett Country Club in Rumford, Rhode Island.

The competition, which began in 1962, is regarded as one of the most prominent amateur golf championships in the world.

The field is limited to 92 players, who are chosen based on their competitive record in major events as well as their World Amateur Ranking.

The tournament consists of 72 holes of stroke play, with a 54-hole cut.

The competition winner receives a crystal trophy as well as the customary Northeast Amateur blazer.

The Northeast Amateur is a component of the Elite Amateur Golf Series, which also includes the Western Amateur, Southern Amateur, United States Amateur, and United States Mid-Amateur.

Here are some extra tournament details: The event is played in twosomes over four days, with each day consisting of an 18-hole round.

The course is built to USGA standards, and the greens are often quite June, the weather in Rhode Island may be unpredictable, so players must be prepared for everything.