Do you love golf?
Then join the club that brings 75,000 golfers together, the Arizona Golf Association. Obtain your golf handicap index today and enjoy playing socially, in club and competitive events throughout the year. Golf is a game for people of all ages and abilities. A golf handicap allows people to compete and play with players of any skill level. Get your handicap today and enjoy more golf tomorrow.
As an alternative to a private club, you can join the AGA through a local public golf facility near you. Each Club sets their own prices and receives both AGA and public club benefits as well as a USGA Handicap Index.
AZ Golf Club
If you were previously an AGA member and just want to renew your membership at the same club or would like to join a different club, click the link below or navigate to member login on our home page.
*Note: Some clubs are not set up for online renewal. If that is the case for your club, you will need to contact the club directly.
Nationwide is proud to offer you an exclusive, AGA Members-Only discount on your auto insurance. Plus, they could offer up to 20% savings when you bundle your home and auto insurance.
Start Your Own Club
Starting your own club is a very popular option for golfers who want to enjoy the benefits of being an AGA member without joining a group at a golf course. In order to establish your own Associate Club (also known as a club without real estate) and issue USGA Handicaps, you must meet the USGA’s definition of a club:
- Must have at least 10 members who have a regular opportunity to play golf together. This means that you need to have at least nine other golfers that you have a reasonable and regular opportunity to play golf with in order to start your own club. Several of our current Associate Clubs are made up of people from the same workplace, church, or neighborhood.
- Must operate under bylaws with committees. These bylaws explain the structure of the group and guidelines to follow. Also, your club will need to form a Handicap Committee and elect officers and a Handicap Chairperson. The Handicap Chairperson is usually an individual who has access to a computer and is in charge of collecting the membership dues. The duties of the Handicap Committee are outlined in the USGA Handicap System Manual
- Must make peer review available to the members. Once the group is established it is important that peer review is available. Peer review means that club members have the ability to review the scores and Handicap Indexes of fellow members.
If you would like additional information about joining or forming a club, contact Alex Tsakiris.