Country Club of Columbus to Host Multiple GSGA Competitions

The GSGA has entered into an agreement with the Country Club of Columbus for the club to host multiple future GSGA competitions over the next few years!

After a memorable Georgia Four-Ball Championship in 2020 and Georgia Mid-Amateur Championship in 2021, the GSGA and the Country Club of Columbus look to build off that momentum as it develops long range plans for future GSGA Championships. We are pleased to announce that the Country Club of Columbus has agreed to host the following statewide championships over the coming years:

2023 Georgia Girls' Championship​
2025 Georgia Senior & Super Senior Match Play Championships
2027 Georgia Women's Amateur Championship


“As one of the original GSGA Member Clubs, it is truly an honor to continue our strong relationship with the Country Club of Columbus. The multiple championships scheduled over the remainder of this decade touches a variety of our competitive membership demographics. The historic Donald Ross course presents so many unique challenges in course set-up that will surely test all elements of a player's game. Returning to the club after a brief hiatus with the 2020 Georgia Four-Ball Championship and 2021 Georgia Mid-Amateur Championship was just the beginning in a long line of memorable competitions that showcase the famed golf course, the incredibly welcoming staff, supportive membership and great city of Columbus.”  
- Jeff Fages, GSGA Senior Director, Rules and Competitions

"The Country Club of Columbus is looking forward to welcoming the state's top competitors over the next few years. The membership of our Donald Ross-designed course is delighted to once again observe as the best amateur players from across the state of Georgia compete at the home of the Fred Haskins Award, Annika Award and Southeastern Amateur Championship. The relationship and partnership with the GSGA is one that we value greatly and look forward to working with their dedicated team of professionals to ensure the best possible experience for all who will be joining us."
- Ryan Williams, Country Club of Columbus Head Golf Professional

Host Club Information
The Country Club of Columbus was officially chartered in 1909. In 1922, the club was looking for its first full-time golf professional, and on the recommendation from the great Bobby Jones, Fred Haskins was hired. With the promise of hosting the Georgia Amateur Championship, Haskins realized a redesign of the then 13-hole golf course was necessary. Donald Ross designed the piece of property which would welcome the state's best amateurs at the 1925 Georgia Amateur Championship.

Since 1925 the club has hosted three additional Georgia Amateur Championships (1947, 1960, 2009). Other GSGA-sanctioned competitions the Country Club of Columbus has hosted include: Georgia Mid-Amateur Championship (1998, 2007, 2021); Georgia Junior Championship (1982, 1990); Georgia Girls' Championship (1982, 1990); Georgia Four-Ball Championship (1997, 2020); Georgia Senior Four-Ball Championship (1995, 2004, 2012, 2013).


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.