The AGA offers a variety of competitive tournaments for men and women of all abilities who are looking for an opportunity to play.
Whether you want to participate in State Championships, Senior Series events, Member Tournaments or Team events, you are guaranteed to enjoy your playing experience.
The AGA conducts seven State Championships for men – some are open to all and others are restricted by age. They range from Match Play and Stroke Play to Better Ball events. All are played at scratch and offer golfers a competitive environment to play in while at some of Arizona’s most prestigious golf venues.
The AGA conducts four State Championships for women. These are the highest echelon of state level amateur competition for women in Arizona and includes the State Amateur Match Play, the State Amateur Stroke Play, the Four-Ball Stroke Play and the State Amateur Senior Stroke Play.
The AGA conducts 18 qualifiers each year on behalf of the United States Golf Association. These include qualifiers for both open and amateur championships for men, women and juniors. Entries for USGA qualifiers are made directly through the United States Golf Association at USGA.org.
The AGA conducts association tournaments throughout the state for men and women. Players are flighted by age and/or handicap and multiple sets of tees are utilized to enhance the player’s experience and enjoyment. Several tournaments provide both gross and net prizes.
The AGA supports several Team Competitions and selects players for certain Invitational events. Including the Heather Farr Matches, Arizona/Utah Shootout, the Bob Goldwater Cup, the Southwest Team Challenge, Father/Son tournament, Club Team Championship, Senior Cup Series and Women’s Club State Medallion among others.
There are more than 1,000 charity golf tournaments hosted throughout the year in Arizona. The AGA posts details to help organizers promote their charities and golf tournaments. Any charity interested in listing their event on our website can do so by contacting the AGA office.
There are several competitive tournaments held throughout the state that are classified as sanctioned, the AGA has no role in sanctioned events other than to allocate points for representation on AGA teams. All aspects of the event is managed by the golf facility. See full event descriptions here.
AGA Social Days are non-competitive events open to both members & non-members. Choose from local, national and even international events and formats like Just for Fun or Summer Scrambles to experience what the game has to offer whether your a beginner or have been playing for years.