Welcome to the Memphis Golf Association Portal!

 

The Portal is a great tool that allows event participants to access information about their event anytime, anywhere. Say goodbye to back and forth emails and phone tag as everything is now in one convenient location. 

 

To have access to all information, golfers must either be registered for their event on GolfGenius and sign in with a username and password, or sign in with a GolfGeniusID (GGID) provided by the event manager.

 

New for 2019, the Tennessee Golf Association will be helping to manage the events of the Memphis Golf Association. To streamline the process, the TGA will be hosting all the profiles and registrations on their GolfGenius system. All past user id's and passwords are no longer valid; if you would like to play in a MGA championship this fall, you must create a new profile. To create your new profile, please click here or on the Master Roster Registration link under the Home button.

 

 

 

FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The Tennessee Golf Association is excited to announce a partnership with the Memphis Golf Association to conduct the MGA’s events in the fall of 2019.

 

Under this agreement, the TGA will bring in all of its resources and personnel to run the Memphis Golf Association’s annual championships in October: the MGA Regular and Senior Division Four-Ball, and the MGA Amateur and Senior Amateur.

 

“The Tennessee Golf Association is excited to expand our footprint in the Memphis area,” said TGA executive director Chad Anderson.  “Memphis has a long, rich golf history and we look forward to continuing that. We hope to build even stronger relationships with courses and players in the area.”

 

The schedule for the MGA Regular and Senior Division Four-Ball Championship is:

 

            • First round – October 5 at Colonial Country Club

            • Second round – October 6 at Chickasaw Country Club

 

The schedule for the MGA Amateur and Senior Amateur Championships is:

 

            • First round – October 11 at Ridgeway Country Club

            • Second round – October 12 at TPC Southwind

            • Third round – October 13 at Memphis Country Club

  

The TGA will run these events in the same manner it does its 19 state championships.

 

To register for one of these MGA tournaments, visit www.memphisga.com.  The Memphis Golf Association was originally founded in 1941 and has grown to include nine private golf clubs in Shelby County. 

 

“We are excited to be working with the TGA to help upgrade our Memphis Golf Association events,” said MGA board member Buzz Fly.  “We have a strong competitive golf tradition in Memphis and having TGA staff on-site will be a great addition to our city championships.”

 

The Tennessee Golf Association has two state championship events coming to the Memphis area in 2020 – the Tennessee Mid-Amateur Championship at TPC Southwind and the Tennessee Senior and Super Senior Four-Ball at Chickasaw. This will be the first time that Southwind has hosted a TGA championship.

 

Founded in 1914, the Tennessee Golf Association has been dedicated to serving the needs of TGA member golf courses and the needs of amateur golfers in Tennessee for over a century. The TGA hosts 19 state championship tournaments every year, highlighted by the Tennessee Open, the Golf Capital of Tennessee Women’s Open, the Tennessee Amateur Championship and the Tennessee Women’s Amateur.

 

The TGA also operates the USGA’s Golf Handicap and Information Network (GHIN), which provides a uniform handicap service to all golfers in Tennessee. The TGA is the direct liaison between amateur golfers in Tennessee and the United States Golf Association (USGA).

 

The Tennessee Golf Association is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, located at 400 Franklin Road in Franklin, Tennessee.