Alabama
Golf Association

Serving & Promoting Amateur Golf in Alabama Since 1915

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Recent News

LIBERTY CORNER, N.J. and ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND (Feb. 20, 2018) - The way golfers around the world will calculate their handicaps is set to be transformed by a new system developed by the USGA and The R&A, with key features designed to provide all golfers with a consistent measure of playing ability. The new World Handicap System, to be implemented in 2020, follows an extensive review of systems administered...

Caroline Waldrop (Western Kentucky) & Ford Clegg (Mississippi State) HOOVER, AL (January 17, 2018) - Over twenty junior golfers from Alabama have signed the National Letter of Intent to play college golf this coming fall. The Alabama Golf Association congratulates them on their accomplishment and wish them well competing at the next level. Class of 2018 Name Hometown University Arthav Argade Deatsville Christian...

HOOVER, AL (January 9, 2018) -- Three first-timers and three previous winners have been named 2017 Alabama Amateur Players of the Year by the Alabama Golf Association (AGA). The Alabama Amateur Player of the Year awards are presented to the number one ranked individual in each of six categories at the end of the calendar year based on the AGA’s state amateur ranking system except for the two junior awards...

@usga @bamagolf #agagolf The Alabama Golf Association is now accepting applications for three USGA P.J. Boatwright Internship positions available for 2018. Media & Communications (One 8-month position)Media & Communications (One 3-month position)Tournament Operations (One 3-month position)Click job title link above to view job requirements and application instructions. The USGA P. J. Boatwright,...