The Porter Cup is a prestigious amateur golf tournament held annually at the Niagara Falls Country Club in Lewiston, New York.
The Porter Cup is exclusively for amateur golfers. It provides a platform for top amateur players to showcase their skills and compete against each other.
It is a 72-hole medal-play event.
The Tournament Committee reserves the right to invite players of national and international reputation to participate.
The Porter Cup was first played in 1959.
It has become one of the top amateur events in the United States, attracting top amateur players from around the world.
The tournament is named after George R. Porter, a former club president who played a key role in the development of the Niagara Falls Country Club.
The tournament contributes to the development of amateur golf talent and has become a respected and recognized event in the world of amateur golf.
Updated: 28-Apr-2023 | Email feedback to this question