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It's Tournament Season!

Dolores Black Invitational

Scott Gearig, Marianne Reece, Terry Seagert and Tod Burhans

Rules Officials from the Toledo District turned out to support Stephanie Young as she hosted the 2018 Dolores Black Falcon Invitational at Stone Ridge April 7-8, 2018.

16 Colleges/Universities with 100 players competed in frigid temperatures and windy conditions. The University of Indianapolis was the winner. The University of Toledo finished second, and BGSU finished fifth.


New Rules of Golf for 2019 released by the USGA and the R&A!

Click here to read the the new rules in PDF format!

New Tournament Registration Process in Effect!

The TGDA has upgraded to a new online tournament platform called USGA Tournament Management powered by Golf Genius (USGA TM). As it is a new system, all TDGA Tournament Players will need to register for a new account (i.e. create new player profile and a password).

Registration instructions can be found here.

Contact Tod Burhans at (419) 262-8838 or via email at twburhans@tdgagolf.org if you have questions.


The USGA and R&A announce World Golf Handicap System!

For more information, see the links below:

World Handicap System Home

Highlights of the World Handicap System.

TOLEDO DISTRICT GOLF ASSOCIATION BECOMES A USGA ALLIED GOLF ASSOCIATION

New USGA Regional Golf Association Alliance Created to Support and Stimulate Grassroots Community Golf Programs

LIBERTY CORNER, N.J. (Jan. 10, 2018) – Fifty-nine regional golf associations have entered into a new relationship with the United States Golf Association to enhance the golfer experience at the state and local levels in the United States.

These Allied Golf Associations (AGAs), supported by the USGA’s five existing regional affairs offices, will administer the USGA Handicap and Course Rating Systems within defined geographic areas across the country. In addition, they will serve as the community’s primary resource for USGA services such as championship qualifiers, governance, golf facility support and programs that help grow and improve the long-term health of the game.

“Regional golf associations are the lifeblood of the golf community and the USGA,” said Mike Davis, USGA CEO. “We felt that now was the best time to formalize this new alliance, in the spirit of working together on grassroots programs, improving how we serve golfers and providing a healthy foundation from which the entire golf community can grow.”

Newly recognized AGAs were identified through a nearly year-long discovery process that encouraged collaboration among existing golf organizations within each state and region, sharing best practices and leveraging programs that have made a positive impact.

One of the alliance’s most significant benefits to golfers will be the centralized computation of USGA Handicap Indexes in the United States to improve efficiency, consistency and governance oversight. The move to a more modernized, digital platform will also empower Allied Golf Associations to more deeply engage golfers within their community through rich, real-time player data.

The alliance marks the latest step by the USGA to more deeply engage the local and regional golf community. It complements the USGA’s existing presence in all five major golf regions in the United States – Northeast, Great Lakes, Southeast, Central and West – where dedicated Regional Affairs directors currently serve in residence.


2018 Tournament Schedule has been posted!

The 2018 tournament schedule has been posted.
Registration opens April 1, 2018 at 8:00 AM.

Last year the USGA introduced new tournament management software: USGA Tournament Management for Clubs and USGA Premium Tournament Management for Clubs. The USGA continued to support its previous software, Tournament Pairing Program (TPP), during 2017.
TPP was officially retired on December 31, 2017.

The TDGA continued to use TPP for Tournament Registration in 2017.
In 2018, the TDGA (and all clubs who use USGA software for tournament management) will use new tournament registration procedures. You should expect that while the "doorway" to tournament registration is changing, the end result will be the same.

We will provide registration instructions as we get closer to April. Thanks for your patience as we navigate the transition.




QUALIFYING SCHEDULE FOR 2019 DRIVE, CHIP AND PUTT ANNOUNCED

- Registration to Open Jan. 25 -

Drive, Chip and Putt

Drive, Chip and Putt

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The USGA, Masters Tournament and the PGA of America have officially launched the sixth year of Drive, Chip and Putt by announcing the local and subregional schedule for the 2018-2019 qualifying season.

The schedule includes dates and locations for participants to play in local qualifiers across the country, with the opportunity to advance and earn an invitation to next year’s National Finals at Augusta National Golf Club. Online registration will also be available at www.drivechipandputt.com starting Thursday, Jan. 25.

Drive, Chip and Putt is a free youth golf development initiative aiming to help younger generations begin their lifelong connection with golf by providing a fun, interactive platform for participants of all skill levels. Open to boys and girls ages 7-15, local qualifying will take place throughout all 50 states during the months of May, June, July, and August. Top performers at the local level will advance through subregional and regional qualifiers at some of the country’s best championship venues in July/August and September, respectively. The top 80 performers – 40 boys and 40 girls – will earn an invitation to the National Finals at Augusta National on Sunday, April 7, the eve of the 2019 Masters.



Upcoming Events!

Date Event Location
May 14, 2018 US Open Qualifier
Catawba Island Club
May 30, 2018 Two Man Scramble Stone Oak Country Club

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