Interclub Matches

Please direct questions to GSGA Director of Rules & Competitions, Jeff Fages, at 678-324-5969 or

About GSGA Interclub

Interclub Matches may seem like a big undertaking to those clubs that have never participated in a similar style competition before. Utilizing a well-organized Golf Professional, Team Captain and GSGA, the Interclub Matches can be handled quite easily.

  • Teams will consist of a minimum of 8 male players, Additional players may be added to the team at any time during the regular season.
  • Eight players will compete during the regular season in home and away Four-Ball matches against a scheduled opponent.
  • One player on the team each session may be a club golf professional or represent the club staff, i.e. assistant professional, etc.
  • Four-Ball match play points are awarded in a Nassau scoring format (F9,B9,18) totaling 3 points in a Four-Ball match and totaling 12 individual match points in each home and away regular season session. To win each home or away session, a team must total a minimum of 6.5 points.


2019 Schedule

Each match-up (session) will consist of four home matches or four away matches against that month’s scheduled opponent.

  • Entries: November 28th - February 1st
  • Regular Season Matches: April - August
  • Regular Season including make-ups completed by September 1st
  • Championship Finals: October (Site TBD)


CLUB ELIGIBILITY: Open to any current GSGA member club in good standing meeting the following criteria:

  • a. TYPE 1: Owns and/or operates at least one 18-hole golf course measuring at least 6,400 yards.
  • b. COURSE RATING: Has a current and valid USGA course rating/slope issued by the GSGA within last 10 years.
  • c. HANDICAP COMPLIANCE: Has a designated handicap committee in place as required by the GSGA membership agreement and the USGA handicap system manual.

PLAYER ELIGIBILITY: Open to male amateur golfers and golf professionals who meet the following criteria:

  • a. CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Amateur players must be full dues paying active golf members in good standing with the club and appear on the handicap roster by March 1st, 2018.
  • b. GHIN #: An amateur player must have an active GHIN number.
  • c. PROFESSIONALS: A member of the club’s professional staff who is a full time employee of the club is encouraged to participate. Touring Professionals belonging to a club, are ineligible to participate. Note: Only one professional is eligible to play per team each match session.
  • d. AGE: Players and professionals’ must be at least 21 years of age as of the date of the match in which they wish to participate.


Rules & Regulations

  • Regular Season Match Format: Four-Ball Match Play
  • Tees: Teams should play from a target yardage of 6,400-7,000 yards, but must be mutually agreed upon by both captains in the scheduled match.
  • Scoring: A total of four (4) Four-Ball Match Play matches in each home and away team match session. Each Four-Ball match is worth 3 points contested in a Nassau scoring format. The front 9 is worth 1 point, back 9 worth 1 point, and the 18-hole overall match total worth one point. Each overall team match session has a total of 12 points.
  • Handicaps for League Play Matches: The Interclub Matches are competed on a gross scoring level. Handicap allowances are not permitted.




Season Ending Championship

The Championship will be played in October 2019 at a site to be announced.

A number of pod winners and wild-card winners to be determined will advance to the state championship for a two day competition. A team may consist of any combination of players for the championship, provided they played in at least one regular season match.


Georgia State Golf Association is the official golf association of the state of Georgia, and its membership is open to men, women, juniors, seniors, and golf clubs throughout the state. Golfers who join GSGA have access to invaluable resources and competitions that allow them to advance their knowledge and improve their golfing skills. Joining GSGA means joining an association of more than 350 clubs and 75,000 people who all have one thing in common: a love of golf.