As an adjunct offering to our full field events, the CSSGA participates in matches against Senior Golf Associations from Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York.

 Twelve-man teams are selected from our membership to compete as a team against players with similar handicaps from the other states.

 We play four matches each summer, consisting of bilateral matches against each state, and a Tri-State competition amongst Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

 The format of play varies but it is generally two-man teams playing match play or four-ball medal play.

Due to the small size of the field, we can hold these matches at some of the finest courses in each state that might otherwise be inaccessible to full-field events. Among the notable venues where Interstate Matches have been held are Eastward Ho!, Newport Country Club, Agawam Hunt, Hyannisport, Stockbridge, Tamarack and Wannamoisett.

A sign-up notice with full details of the event and instructions on how to register
will be emailed to the membership 2 to 3 weeks prior to each match.
Tuesday, June 30 vs. Rhode Island

CSSGA hosts at Lake of Isles, Stonington, CT


Will be posted shortly following the match.

Tuesday, July 14 vs. Tri-State Match

CSSGA hosts at Tamarack CC, Greenwich, CT


Will be posted shortly following the match.

Thursday, July 30 vs. Massachusetts

Mass. hosts at CC of Pittsfield, MA


Will be posted shortly following the match.

Tuesday, September 1 vs. New York

CSSGA hosts at TPC River Highlands, Cromwell, CT


Will be posted shortly following the match.


2019 Tri-State Plaque Presentation at RI

2019 Winning Team vs Mass

vs Rhode Island

Rhode Island hosted, Thursday, June 27 at Kirkbrae Country Club


Connecticut won the match 10-1/2 to 7-1/2 

vs New York

Connecticut hosted, Thursday, July 25 at Innis Arden Golf Club


Connecticut won this inaugural match 10 to 8

vs Massachusetts

Connecticut hosted, Tuesday, July 30 at Wampanoag Country Club


Connecticut triumphant in a storm shortened match 55.5 To 39.5

Tri-State Match

Massachusetts hosted, Wednesday August 14 at Longmeadow Country Club


Rhode Island won the trophy with Connecticut a respectable second