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May 2019

The New Rules: Resources and Information

As of January 1, 2019, the new Rules of Golf have gone into effect. Explore extensive resources to familiarize yourself with the new Rules.

Youth on Course Launches in Met Area

After laying the foundation for a partnership with Youth on Course in 2018, the MGA and MGA Foundation are pleased to launch the affordable golf access initiative in the Met Area for 2019.

NJ Side's Run in U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Ends in Semifinals

MGA eClub Member Vince Kwon and partner Troy Vannucci dropped their semifinal match on Wednesday afternoon.

Brown Shares Low Club Professional Honors at Senior PGA

Three-time Met Open champion Mark Brown finished tied 21st overall to share Low Club Professional honors in the Senior PGA Championship.

Gregory Boff Charitable Foundation, MGA Foundation Collaborate to Distribute Tournament Proceeds

The Metropolitan Golf Association Foundation is proud to collaborate with the Gregory Boff Charitable Foundation in New Jersey to recognize and fulfill charitable opportunities for the next generation of golf.

Meehan Leads Four U.S. Senior Open Qualifiers from Bonnie Briar

Michael Meehan carded a 2-under 69 at Bonnie Briar Country Club to lead four qualifiers to the U.S. Senior Open Championship.

Qualifying: 64th Ike MGA Stroke Play Championship Presented by Callaway

Qualifying for the season's first major took place at five sites across the Met Area, between May 20 and June 12.

Linn and Eaton Win MGA Senior Net Four-Ball

Lawrence, N.Y. - 170 Golfers competed on Thursday in the 27th MGA Senior Net Four-Ball Tournament at Lawrence Yacht and Country Club. The two-man teams were competing for net and gross prizes. Challenging course conditions demanded the players to put the ball in the right spots in order to score well. 

Trio Leads 17 Qualifiers from Marine Park for 72nd MGA Public Links

Neshanic Valley Golf Course will host the MGA Public Links Championship for the second time, June 13.

Labritz Finishes as Low Club Pro in PGA Championship

GlenArbor's Rob Labritz claimed Low Club Professional honors in the 101st PGA Championship at Bethpage Black.