Introducing the AMATEUR ASSOCIATION OF ARIZONA GOLFERS

Amateur Association of Arizona Golfers (AAAG)In late 2010, the Amateur Association of Arizona Golfers (AAAG) was developed to protect and grow the game of golf in Arizona.

The AAAG services its members on a local level in the area of handicapping and playing opportunities. The association will expand its programs in many areas to fully service amateur golfers in the months and years to come.

AAAG provides the following services:

  • Handicap Index - All AAAG Members will carry an index with computation services provided by Handicomp.
  • All scores will update on the 1st and 15th of each month. Members will also receive a Low Index and Trend Handicap.
  • Posting - Members will be able to post scores at participating golf courses or via the “Post A Score” tab on the top left of the home page.
  • AAAG Tournaments - The 2011 Tournament Schedule will consist of at least seven events that include opportunities for those of any skill level and a variety of price points.


“The benefits of maintaining a handicap include being able to compete on any course from any set if tees on an equitable basis. It also gives golfers a way to measure skill improvement and is most likely required to play in amateur events,” said Joel Schafer, AAAG’s Executive Director. “If you love to play golf, I would encourage you to maintain a handicap and take your game to the next level.”

The AAAG will continue to seek input from its participating golf courses and clubs in order to develop programs that will benefit the clubs and membership. The AAAG is committed to establishing programs that are affordable and valuable to both members and participating golf courses. For more information, please contact the AAAG at 480-443-9009 or visit www.azgolfnetwork.org.

 

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