Our History

A committee of interested golfers from around the state formed the Georgia State Golf Association in 1916 following the first Georgia Amateur Championship. According to early records, the primary purpose of founding the Association was to conduct a state amateur championship. A 14-year-old Atlantan named Bobby Jones captured that first Georgia Amateur at Capital City Club in Atlanta. The GSGA was incorporated in 1924 and was managed solely by volunteers over the next five decades. Among its milestones, the GSGA began supporting turfgrass research in 1959, rating courses in 1961, added the Junior Championship in 1966 and began administering the handicap system in 1972 before adding its first full-time staff director in 1973. The following decades saw extensive growth in members, volunteers, staff and services as the GSGA expanded its competitions program to include 18 statewide events and four interstate matches, computerized the handicap system, formalized the course rating program, established a charitable foundation, started publishing Golf Georgia magazine and began managing the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame.

 

 

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Six Qualify at Settindown Creek for U.S. Women’s Amateur

Five Qualify for U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship

Four Qualify for U.S. Junior Amateur Championship

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Last Chance Qualifier for the Georgia Amateur Championship!

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Georgia Girls’ Championship Underway at GSU Golf Course

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The GSGA Foundation hosts annual Scholars Luncheon

Renewing Yates Scholars - Class of 2020


Connor Arehart
Kennesaw State Univ.;
Rivermont Country Club 

Charlie Barton
Robert J. Flynn Endowed
Georgia Southern Univ.;
Pinetree Country Club 

Madeline Black
J. Lawrence Connolly Endowed
Loyola Univ. Chicago;
Cherokee T&CC

William Bradley
Clemson Univ.;
Wilmington Island Club



Meghan Bramblett
Pete Cox Endowed
Coastal Carolina Univ.;
Hamilton Mill GC

Julianna Collett
Georgia Southern Univ.;
Sea Island Golf Club



Caleb Cox
Barnsley Resort Named
Georgia NW Tech College;
Coosa Country Club
 

Hannah Gasaway
Morris & Carol Boyer Endowed
Dalton State Univ.;
Eagle's Brooke CC 


Parker Gordy
Billy Peters Endowed
Georgia Tech;
Lost Plantation GC
 

Landon Kell
Georgia Southern Univ.;
The Chimneys Golf Course 
 

Cyril Longmene
Boone Aiken Knox Endowed
Augusta Univ.;

Augusta National GC 

Jacob McWhorter
Reinhardt College;
City Club Marietta 
 
Emily Olsson
Georgia Southern Univ.;
GSU Golf Course




Diane Orabueze
Caryl Paller Endowed
Georgia State Univ.;
Cherokee T&CC 


Elizabeth Swett
Univ. of Georgia;
TPC Sugarloaf

 

Hollis Veal
Auburn Univ.;
Sea Island Golf Club  

Holly Vlach
Samford Univ.;
TPC Sugarloaf 

Briana Walton
Young Harris College;
Hamilton Mill Golf Club   

Casey Wofford
P. Dan Yates, Jr., Endowed
Univ. of Georgia;
Country Club of Roswell 
 



 

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Deems Wins Women’s Match Play; Coble Wins Senior Women’s Match Play

U.S. Open & U.S. Women’s Open Sectional Qualifiers

Sights and Sounds from the GSGA’s “Youth on Course” Launch!

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Georgia Junior Golf: Summer Series Underway

Georgia Women’s & Senior Women’s Match Play Begins May 31!

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David Denham of Athens Wins #GSGAMidAm at Cartersville CC!

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Eight players advance to Sectional Qualifying! #RoadToErinHills

Relive the first GSGA/USGA #Play9Golf outing in Georgia

Pairings Posted for 2017 Georgia Mid-Amateur Championship

It’s #ThankASuper Week!

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Jeff Belk, Robert Sheats Win Georgia Four-Ball Championship

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2017 Unique Feats & Double Eagles

GSGA Member               Location of Feat Description
Jim Cauthen Summit Chase Country Club 427 yard double-eagle
Steve Long Raintree Golf Club 471 yard double-eagle
Ted Sawyer Reunion Country Club 369 yard double-eagle
Joel Willis Brunswick Country Club              436 yard double-eagle
Chet Austin Pinetree Country Club Shot 87 at age 89
Stanley Butler Milton Country Club Shot 79 at age 80
Bernard Dailey The Fields Golf Club Shot his age (67)
Dave Linde Stone Creek Golf Club Shot his age (78)
Steve Long Raintree Golf Club Shot 61 at age 66
Al Lupatin Polo Golf & Country Club Shot 79 at age 80
John Mendoza The Providence Club Shot 71 at age 78
Al Perry Waterford Golf Club Shot hia age (78)

2017 GSGA Hole-in-One Club

 

GSGA Member Location of Ace Hole Yardage
Steven Baugh Polo Golf & Country Club 5th 154
Jim Beisner Sun City Oeachtree Golf Club 2nd 125
Rob Boetz Chattahoochee Golf Course 3rd 149
Therea Borczon Jekyll Island Golf Club 17th 134
Richard Boyle The Georgia Club 12th 158
Kathy Branan The Georgia Club 8th 122
Steve Bryant Reunion Country Club 11th 120
Bill Bullard Doublegate Country Club 2nd 176
Colin Cavill Ansley Golf Club 3rd 176
Chip Clifton Trump Doonbeg 16th 196
Phil Clinkscales Doublegate Country Club 11th 173
Ervin Cromer Reynolds Golf Club 8th 136
Barry Coleman Hawk's Point Golf Club 18th 150
R.C. Coleman Southern Hills Golf Club 5th 170
Wayne Colston Chattahoochee Golf Course 12th 140
Lyle Dahlenburg Olde Atlanta Golf Club 8th 128
John Davies Creekside Golf & Country Club 8th 105
Ray Desana Creekside Golf & Country Club 10th 124
Thomas Dewalt Atlanta Athletic Club 7th 179
Thomas Dewalt Wolf Creek Golf Club 11th 133
Erin Dorsey Mossy Creek Golf Club 2nd 130
Kenneth Eads Butternut Creek Golf Club 17th 120
Hundley Elliotte Ansley Golf Club 18th 154
Morgan Ellison Chateau Elan Golf Club 12th 120
Craig Entwistle Brunswick Country Club 17th 135
Lee Fontaine Berkeley Hills Country Club 14th 154
Bob Ferris Brookfield Country Club 8th 170
David Foy Sun City Peachtree Golf Club 11th 125
Becky Franklin Laurel Island Links 8th 120
Mark Franklin Milton Country Club 12th 139
Norm Gage Summit Chase Country Club 11th 136
Joe Gay Maple Ridge Golf Club 13th 105
Doug Griffith Deer Trail Country Club 4th 160
John Hansen Big Canoe Golf Club 3rd 165
Jean Harrell Ocean Forest Golf Club 1st 97
Rodger Hassler Woodland Hills Golf Club 8th 101
Jim Haygood West Pines Golf Club 3rd 160
Burke Hedgecoth Crystal Falls Golf Club 17th 176
Kathryn Heriford Cateechee Golf Club 13th 89
Anita Herndon Pine Forest Country Club 11th 100
Dick Hochman The Landings Club-Plantation 3rd 129
Kathy Hoerler Smoke Rise Country Club 14th 116
Jeff Holcomb City Club Marietta 3rd 137
Thomas Howe Gordon Lakes Golf Club 6th 136
Wayne Huntley Brunswick Country Club 15th 146
Charles Ikerd Augusta Municipal Golf Club 10th 128
Ray Joelson Chastain Park Golf Course 11th 140
David Johnson Polo Golf & Country Club 7th 136
Earl Johnson Laurel Springs Golf Club 14th 189
Lavon Keadle Okefenokee Country Club 4th 137
Steve Kerrigan Ocean Forest Golf Club 17th 140
Jinu Kim Traditons of Braselton 14th 125
Sang Kim Olde Atlanta Golf Club 3rd 181
Lee King Brunswick Country Club 4th 125
Peter Koch The Landings Club-Plantation 17th 140
Tom Kollman The Landings Club-Palmetto 12th 141
Bert Larsson The Landings Club-Plantation 3rd 115
Kerry LeCrone Ansley Golf Club-Settindown Creek 7th 119
Peter Lehmann The Landings Club-Plantation 8th 174
Rob Lyle Apple Mountain Resort & Golf Club 4th 115
Linda Madden Cateechee Golf Club 16th 100
Paul Mangieri Waynesboro Country Club 11th 175
Sam Martin Summit Chase Country Club 11th 148
Tim Martin Ansley Golf Club-Settindown Creek 7th 119
Terrell McCall Okefenokee Country Club 4th 143
Ryan McQuillan Ansley Golf Club-Settindown Creek 17th 149
James Merritt The Georgia Club 8th 175
Fred Miller Country Club of Columbus 14th 153
Victor Miltiades Marietta Country Club 5th 189
Jeffrey Morse Fairways of Canton 8th 147
John Murphy Ansley Golf Club 9th 151
Bob Newsome Doublegate Country Club 11th 170
Jim O'Brien Sun City Peachtree Golf Club 11th 135
Michael O'Donnell Ansley Golf Club-Settindown Creek 17th 150
Scott Oberschlake Sunridge Canyon 12th 158
George Otwell Kingwood Golf Club & Resort 11th 131
Jim Palmer River Pointe Golf Club 13th 260
Lee Parks Ansley Golf Club-Settindown Creek 17th 142
Phil Payne Eagle's Landings Country Club 8th 135
Dana Peissig Crystal Falls Golf Club 17th 175
Jim Penham Milton Country Club 17th 137
John Pike Okefenokee Country Club 14th 141
Kenny Powell Douglas Golf & Country Club 11th 134
Charles Purkey Bartram Trail Golf Club 3rd 148
Brady Rackley IV Waterfall Club 17th 125
Brady Rackley, Jr. Harbor Club 6th 135
Bill Ross Crooked Creek Club 6th 157
Rick Sanderson Flat Creek Country Club 5th 125
Rob Schmidt Brookstone Golf & Country Club 4th 145
Diane Shea Dogwood Golf Club 3rd 130
Mike Spector Ansley Golf Club-Settindown Creek 17th 146
Ginette Spinucci Mystery Valley Golf Course 16th 120
Will Spivey Douglas Golf & Country Club 17th 157
John Stenhouse Olde Atlanta Golf Club 13th 165
Catherine Stoerker BridgeMill Athletic Club 16th 99
Carolyn Sudberry Chastain Park Golf Course 8th 110
Mike Taxter Savannah Quarters Country Club 4th 157
Jack Tesinsky The Landings Club-Palmetto 3rd 148
JoAnn Timm Sun City Peachtree 11th 113
Collie Turner Cedar Lake Golf Club 5th 166
Ken Urban Planterra Ridge Golf Club 3rd 129
Jonathan Wade Country Club of the South 13th 111
Robert Wall Pinehurst #8 5th 119
Joe Waller Flat Creek Country Club 3rd 132
Mike Wetherbee Doublegate Country Club 2nd 162
Tony Wheeler Pkefenokee Country Club 4th 157
Clyde Williams Butternut Creek Golf Club 12th 115
Chuck Wills Big Canoe Golf Club 4th 94
Mike Wilson The Landings Club-Palmetto 12th 131
George Wimberly Brunswick Country Club 8th 142
Tony Winfrey Planterra Ridge Golf Club 8th 141
Jamie Wood The Georgia Club 2nd 124
Daryl Young The Hooch Golf Club 12th 108

Pairings Posted for Georgia Four-Ball Championship

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Winners crowned at Senior & Super Senior Match Play

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Form Your Own Club

If you are part of a group of golfers who enjoy playing together, you can start your own club and take advantage of valuable GSGA benefits.

4 Easy Steps!

STEP 1 - Fill Out the Form Below - Get the process started by providing us 
with your club information. Fill out the application below!

STEP 2 – Get Handicap Certified - A representative of your club must complete the 
handicap certification process as established by the USGA. Click here to begin!
Authorized Golf Association = Georgia | Club Status = Member Club of Golf Association

STEP 3 – Complete Compliance Checklist - To be an official GSGA club, you must 
comply with the checklist below which includes having at least 10 golfers. 

STEP 4  Bylaws - You may choose to accept the sample GSGA set of bylaws or you 
can create your own. See sample bylaws below.   

Responsibilites of a GSGA Member Club
A GSGA golf club must agree to abide by all policies and procedures of the USGA Handicap System, including the club compliance checklist.





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Branton, Stewart Win Four-Ball Tournament

British Amateur Champion, Scott Gregory, wins 2017 Georgia Cup

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  • A $20 GSGA / Youth on Course membership allows juniors age 6-18 an incredible opportunity to play affordable golf. Members can play for just $5 per round at participating courses.
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Simply show membership card at participating GSGA clubs and play golf for just $5!

 

With your GSGA/YOC membership card you are also eligible to play at all of these participating YOC courses across the United States!

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David Burke Elected President at GSGA Annual Meeting

David Burke Elected President at Annual Meeting


MARIETTA, Ga. - David Burke of Canton was elected president of the Georgia State Golf Association for a two-year term, highlighting the Association's 2017 Annual Meeting at Cherokee Town Club in Atlanta on Saturday, January 21.

A 1988 graduate of Georgia Southern University, Burke has enjoyed a 28-year career in the Insurance and Employee Benefits field and is currently the Regional Sales Manager at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia. 

Burke is a member of Pinetree Country Club in Kennesaw and has served the GSGA as a Rules Official and has sat on various committees, including chairman of the Junior Golf Committee. He has been a member of the Executive Committee since 2013. Burke and his wife, Kelly, reside in Canton and have two grown children, Adam (25) and Katie (23). 

Belinda Marsh of Johns Creek, a member of Rivermont Golf Club in Johns Creek, was elected to begin a two-year term as president-elect. She will serve in this capacity and then become president upon the conclusion of Burke's service.

Kris Mikkelsen of Atlanta, a member of Piedmont Driving Club in Atlanta, was elected to serve a one-year term as GSGA's secretary-treasurer.  

Other Executive Committee members who will continue in their current terms in 2017 are Laura Coble of Augusta (Augusta Country Club), Hal Hayes of Savannah (The Landings Club), Jim Ingram of Marietta (RiverPines Golf) and Chuck Kennedy of Atlanta (Peachtree Golf Club). Bill Blalock of Atlanta (Capital City Club) is the President of the GSGA Foundation until June 30, 2018, and will serve on the Executive Committee until that time.

Dave Ballard of Woodstock (Indian Hills Country Club), whose term as GSGA president concluded at the 2017 Annual Meeting, remains an ex-officio member of the Executive Committee as immediate past president while Burke serves as president. 

Jimmy Singer of Atlanta (Indian Hills Country Club) was reappointed as the GSGA's general counsel.

GSGA welcomed three new members to the Executive Committee: Charlie Anderson of Johns Creek (Atlanta Athletic Club), Ralph Stokes of Atlanta (Atlanta Country Club) and Dave Turner of Canton (Woodmont Golf & Country Club). 

The management of the Georgia State Golf Association is vested in its Board of Directors. The Board meets annually to review the activity of the Association, transact any business and elect a new slate of officers and directors. The GSGA Executive Committee, which includes the Officers, meets quarterly to manage the business affairs of the Association between annual meetings.

Colin Bowles Wins 2016 Tommy Barnes Award

Colin Bowles Receives GSGA Tommy Barnes Award

 

MARIETTA, Ga. - In a year that included many dominating performances, Colin Bowles of Albany, winner of the Centennial Georgia Amateur Championship, was selected as the Tommy Barnes Award winner, signifying the Georgia State Golf Association's overall player of the year for 2016. Bowles was honored at the GSGA's Player of the Year Luncheon, held at Cherokee Town Club in Atlanta on January 21, 2017.

The Bowles victory made him the youngest ever to win the Georgia Amateur Championship since the very first winner 100 years ago, and that was a 14-year-old boy named Bobby Jones.

The award's namesake, Tommy Barnes of Atlanta, was one of Georgia's legendary amateur golfers. Among his many accomplishments, Barnes captured the 1941 Georgia Amateur Championship, won the 1947 and '49 Southern Amateur titles, qualified for 16 consecutive U.S. Amateur Championships and played in the 1950 Masters Tournament. In 1989, at age 73, Barnes shot 62 to break Bobby Jones' 67-year-old record at his home course, East Lake Golf Club. He also had a long history of service to the GSGA and other golf associations, and was a member of numerous Halls of Fame. Barnes passed away in 2007 at age 91.

In honor of this special gentleman, the GSGA established the Tommy Barnes Award in 1983-84 to recognize its Men's Player of the Year. Beginning in 1998, the Tommy Barnes Award was given to the annual overall player of the year.

Six other golfers received GSGA Player of the Year distinction and were honored during the luncheon. Players of the Year are annually awarded in seven categories: Men, Women, Junior, Girls', Senior Men, Super Senior Men and Senior Women.

Men's Player of the Year: Chris Waters, Atlanta
Chris Waters of Atlanta had an impressive season on the GSGA circuit, earning him his first GSGA Men's Player of the Year award. His year was highlighted with a win at the 28th playing of the annual Georgia Public Links Championship at Cobblestone Golf Course in Acworth. The win was his second in three years at the event. Waters advanced to the round of 16 at the Centennial Georgia Amateur Championship at Capital City Club-Brookhaven, and tied for fifth at the Georgia Mid-Amateur Championship at Augusta Country Club. He made it to the semifinals of the Atlanta Amateur Match Play Championship at Rivermont Golf Club in Johns Creek, and partnered with Billy Mitchell of Roswell to earn a runner-up finish at the Georgia Four-Ball Championship at Glen Arven Country Club in Thomasville.

Women's Player of the Year: Janet Mao, Johns Creek
Janet Mao of Johns Creek earned her first GSGA Women's Player of the Year honor after many top finishes in 2016. Mao was runner-up in the Georgia Women's Amateur Championship (conducted by the Georgia Women's Golf Association), and tied for runner-up honors at the Georgia Top 60 Women's Classic at Laurel Springs Golf Club in Suwanee. The Northwestern University golfer also advanced to the round of 64 at the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship.

Junior Player of the Year: Colin Bowles, Albany
Colin Bowles of Albany had a special year in 2016 with his victory at the Centennial Georgia Amateur Championship. Celebrating its Centennial, the state championship changed formats to match play in honor of its first champion - 14-year-old Bobby Jones - 100 years ago in 1916. The event was held at Capital City Club in Atlanta, host site of the inaugural championship, where the 16-year-old Bowles became the youngest winner since. Bowles won five matches in three days.

Girls' Player of the Year: Louise Yu, Duluth
Louise Yu of Duluth turned in a terrific 2016 campaign highlighted with a win at the Georgia Women's Match Play Championship at Sunset Hills Country Club in Carrollton. Yu tied for fifth at the Georgia Women's Amateur Championship (conducted by the GWGA) and also placed fifth at the Georgia Top 60 Women's Classic at Laurel Springs Golf Club in Suwanee. She finished fourth at the Georgia PGA Junior Championship.

Senior Men's of the Year: Doug Hanzel of Savannah
Doug Hanzel of Savannah had another dominant year in 2016, earning his fifth-straight GSGA Senior Men's Player of the Year award. Hanzel partnered with Jack Hall of Savannah to repeat as champions at the Georgia Senior Four-Ball Championship at Spring Hill Country Club in Tifton. He finished third at the Georgia Senior Championship played at The Legends at Chateau Elan in Braselton. On the national scene, Hanzel advanced to the round of 16 at the U.S. Senior Amateur and qualified for the U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship.

Super Senior Men's Player of the Year: Bill Leonard, Kennesaw
Bill Leonard of Kennesaw put together a successful season with multiple titles to his name, giving him the GSGA Super Senior Men's Player of the Year honor. Leonard won the Georgia Super Senior Championship at Heron Bay Golf Club in Locust Grove and also the Georgia Super Senior Four-Ball Championship (with partner Don Marsh of Johns Creek) at Sunset Country Club in Moultrie. He advanced to the round of 16 at the Georgia Senior Match Play Championship at Horseshoe Bend Country Club in Roswell. In USGA competition, Leonard qualified for the U.S. Senior Amateur.

Senior Women's Player of the Year: Laura Coble, Augusta
Laura Coble of Augusta continued her storied amateur golf career in 2016 by winning her third-straight GSGA Senior Women's Championship at Houston Lake Country Club in Perry. On the national circuit, the Georgia Golf Hall of Famer advanced to the round of 16 at the U.S. Senior Women's Amateur. This is her first GSGA Senior Women's Player of the Year award, but has been named the GSGA Women's Player of the Year a record 14 times.

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Seven Georgians land on 2016 All-Amateur team

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Hall, Hanzel Defend Title at Senior Four-Ball Championship

Matt Vanderpool Named New Executive Director!

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