The Senior Golfers of America (SGA) was founded in 1976 as an organization of Ladies and Gentlemen, as a means of “giving back to the game,” for all it has given us, and at the same time “growing the game,” in the proper manner.
Since then, we have grown to become America’s premier traveling country club for senior golfers by creating affordable bucket list experiences built around great golf, great people, and great memories.
We are the Senior Golfers of America… join us!
Why should you join Senior Golfers of America?
Are you retired or semi-retired and looking to be a member of a great club? Are you a senior amateur golfer who is serious about self-improvement? Do you love the tradition of golf and support playing the game the way it should be played? Then you’re a perfect fit for Senior Golfers of America!
We travel all over the United States and beyond visiting some of the world’s best golf courses, like Pebble Beach, St. Andrews and the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island.
Many of our tournaments are bucket list experiences — high-end trips to big name places. Other events are smaller and more laid back. But every single SGA golf tournament shares these things in common: great golf, great people and great experiences.
By joining SGA, you’re guaranteed to make countless memories and lifelong friends from all over.
Requirements for Membership In the SGA
1) Are Ladies and Gentlemen.
2) Respect and honor the ancient traditions of the game.
3) Are well mannered and well groomed both on and off the golf course.
4) Play a round of golf in less than 4 1/2 hours.
5) Enlist desirable candidates to make application for membership each year.
6) Replace divots, repair ball marks — Leave the golf course a little better than found.
7) Play the game according to the rules, with integrity and etiquette.
8) Are pleasant to be with — even when things are not going right.
9) Members are 50 years of age or older.
SGA MEMBERS LIVING OR PLAYING IN ARIZONA
AzSGA tournaments are held November through May at one of the following private clubs: Arizona Country Club, Briarwood Country Club, Firerock Country Club, Mesa Country Club, Moon Valley Country Club, Palmbrook Country Club, Phoenix Country Club, Pinnacle Peak Country Club, Tatum Ranch Country Club and Union Hills Country Club. Tournaments are typically held on Monday afternoons, depending upon club availability.
Log onto AzSGA’s website to learn more about this non-profit membership organization and to download a tournament registration form. www.arizonaseniorsgolf.org