- How do I enter an MGA tournament?
- How many events can I enter in a season?
- I am a member of the MGA; what events can I play in?
- I don’t belong to a private club can I play in your events?
- Do you have to be a great player to play in MGA events?
A. Simply click “Tournament Entry” located on the top right column in the “Tournament Quick Links” heading. ALL MGA events will require you to have a GHIN number**. Having a GHIN number will be necessary in order to create your new profile. Once you’ve created your profile, you may enter an event by clicking on the checkbox next to the event you are interested in. A checkbox will not be provided if you do not meet the event’s eligibility criteria. Once you’ve completed the registration process you will receive confirmation of your entry electronically.
A. You can enter as many events as you like as long as you meet the eligibility requirements for each event.
A. With the exception of Senior, Junior/Boys and Mid-Amateur events, it simply depends on your handicap index. To be eligible you must meet the specific Handicap Index requirements for that event.
A. Sure. Men’s and women’s clubs that play at public facilities or at Clubs Without Real Estate have been an important part of the MGA for over 75 years. Click here to learn more about joining one of these clubs.
A. Many of our events are played to identify the areas best players. However, our Men’s & Women’s Net Team Championships, Senior Net, Father & Son and Caddie Scholarship Pro-Am are open to higher handicap players. In addition, the MGA also offers its schedule of Play Days. These are one-day tournaments for men and women golfers of all ages and abilities. For only $75 per player, you get 18 holes of golf, cart, range balls (where available), continental breakfast, and lunch.