The U.S. Putting Tour is America's Putting Tour for amateur and professional golfers. Each year, we crown America's Best Putter in the Pro Division and in four Amateur Divisions: Men, Women, Seniors (60+) and Juniors (10-17).

Golfers of all ability levels can enter the putting tournament for a chance to win a national golf championship. There are no handicaps; everyone plays at scratch. But, because it's putting only, everyone has a chance to win.

The national putting championship features 72 holes of putting, which take place on the practice putting green of the host course. Each year, the USPT Championship is held at a great golf resort or golf destination, where USPT competitors get the opportunity to play on-course rounds of golf during Championship Week. The putting championship is usually held in late September or early in October, often in Southern California.

Golfers can enter the USPT Championship at any time throughout the year at the USPT website. Golfers are encouraged to enter early to ensure themselves a spot in the national putting championship.

Golfers also can try to qualify for the putting championship by winning an official USPT Qualifying Event. These events are held throughout the year across the country by club professionals, men's and ladies' clubs, charities, mini-tour operators, other tournament directors, and entrepreneurs who are looking to work in the golf industry or to earn extra income with a part-time golf job.

The U.S. Putting Tour Championship is a fun, competitive and rewarding event for all golfers.