Georgia Amateur Championship

Cherokee Town & Country Club (North Course), Atlanta
July 8-11, 2021


Qualifying Sites
May 25 - Green Island Country Club, Columbus
May 25 - Ansley Golf Club-Settindown Creek, Johns Creek
May 26 - Savannah Quarters Country Club, Pooler
June 1 - Idle Hour Club, Macon
June 1 - West Lake Country Club, Augusta
June 2 - Cherokee Town & Country Club, Atlanta
June 7 - Doublegate Country Club, Albany
June 7 - Athens Country Club
June 14 - Cherokee Run Golf Club, Conyers
June 14 - The Farm, Rocky Face
June 15 - The Legends at Chateau Elan, Braselton
June 21 - Druid Hills Golf Club, Atlanta

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Format and Schedule
The Georgia Amateur Championship returns to Cherokee Town & Country Club in Atlanta for the fourth and first since 2011. The format is 72 holes of individual stroke play with the field cut to the low 70 players and ties after 36 holes.

Entries are open to male amateur golfers who belong to a GSGA Member Club and are residents of Georgia.

Event History
The Georgia Amateur Championship began in 1916 and has been contested at 29 different GSGA Member Clubs in 20 cities. This year is the 100th playing of the state championship. Beginning with 14-year-old Bobby Jones, who captured that first title in 1916 (still the youngest Amateur champion), there have been 73 different winners in the history of the event. Champions Tour player and two-time U.S. Senior Open champion Allen Doyle of LaGrange lays claim to the most titles (6), won between 1978 and 1990. Macon’s Arnold Blum pocketed five titles from 1946-56. Legendary Atlanta amateur Danny Yates has three championships to his credit – 1977, 1989 and 1996. Colin Bowles of Albany won the Centennial Georgia Amateur Championship in 2016, and Luke Schniederjans took home the trophy in 2020 at Atlanta Athletic Club (Highlands) in Johns Creek.


The Georgia State Golf Association (GSGA) is the governing body of golf in Georgia and serves as an Allied Golf Association to the United States Golf Association (USGA). Membership in the GSGA is open to all golfers, facilities and golf clubs throughout the state. Golfers that join the GSGA have access to invaluable resources that allow them to advance their knowledge of the game and numerous opportunities to play in both competitive and fun, casual events. By becoming a member of the GSGA, you will be joining a community that includes more than 350 clubs and 80,000 golfers who all have one thing in common: a passion for the game of golf.