For more than a decade, Earl and Joan Wheeler have been major sponsors of the the NCCAA Pro-Am. The Wheelers faithful support of the Pro-Am has enabled this event to grow and expand its reach. Their story is one of faith, family, and daily walking with the King.
John & Jody Wheeler founded and hosted the inaugural NCCAA Pro-Am at the Grand Cypress Resort in Orlando. Their goal was to raise funds for the NCCAA while serving as a retreat from the normal golf event for PGA Professionals. John and Jody’s efforts and spirit of generosity have been rewarded with many wonderful memories.
Mike and Karin Meloch first heard of the NCCAA when Karin coached women’s soccer at the University of Northwestern. Since that time, the Meloch family has grown and so has their involvment and kind support of the NCCAA.
WE ARE THE NCCAA
Watch to learn about the history and mission of the NCCAA! "What started as a small basketball tournament in Michigan has now become an association with a mission that goes far beyond just winning a tournament."
2015 PRO-AM RECAP
The 28th NCCAA Pro-Am was the year of Break Through. A time to rest, reflect on relationships, evaluate the resources God has given us, take on spiritual renewal, and even collect a few rewards. We are thankful to those that chose to spend this time with us and hope that you experienced some type of Break Through.
BIG BREAK THROUGH 1
Flop Wall Challenge - 16 competitors execute a flop shot over a wall to a designated hole on the putting green. One practice shot is allowed, but only the second ball counts. Players with the 8 closest balls will advance.
BIG BREAK THROUGH 2
Glass Break Challenge – 8 contestants remain for this crowd favorite. Players hit golf balls at a glass window target. The four players breaking their pane of glass in the least amount of time will advance.