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WEST END, NC - The Carolinas Golf Association (CGA) has announced the schedule for its annual series of USGA Rules of Golf Seminars. This year's series will be the 37th year the CGA has served the Carolinas with Rules of Golf education and annual rules presentations.

The scheduled 12 seminars are free of charge to attendees, who will view a narrated computer presentation on the basics of the Rules of Golf followed by question and answer sessions. Seminars typically last be...


With the change to the GHIN Handicap System, CGA members must create new accounts to use the "MyCGA" online system. Old MyCGA usernames and passwords were not transferred into the GHIN system. There are two different MyCGA products available for members: eGolfer/eRevision and TPP Online Golfer. Each product serves a different purpose. eGolfer/eRevision is for handicapping & statistics while TPP Online Golfer is for CGA tournament and event registration. We are working to integrate the two systems into a "single sign-on" in the fut...


Welcome to GHIN ® !

The Carolinas Golf Association's conversion to the GHIN Handicap Service has been completed. We appreciate your patience during the conversion process.

Your GHIN number is available by contacting your club's golf professional staff or handicap committee. This is your unique identifier, not only at your home club and all clubs in the Carolinas, but a t any of the 12,000 clubs that use ...


Pinehurst, NC – Megan Moore of Bahama, NC became the first repeat winner of the Carolinas Young Amateur Championship.  Moore, a junior at UNC-Pembroke, finished with a two day total of even par 144 on the Gene Hamm designed Magnolia course at Pinewild CC in Pinehurst, NC to win the women’s division.  Katherine Perry of Cary, NC, the 2012 Carolinas Young Amateur champion, finished in second place with a two day total of 147.  Nicole Keyser of Cary, NC finished in third place at 152.

Eric Brady of Cary, NC defeated Sam Jackson, III of Peli...


West End, NC - As part of our transition to the GHIN handicap system, the Carolinas Golf Association launched a new website. Please re-set your bookmarks and favorites to point to the new website.As with any new website launch there may be issues with page links as the site was moved from a testing stage to the live environment. We are working to resolve those issues as soon as possible.

Some new features of the website are a home page slider to feature events, people and news stories. A Recent News section that is a blog with the latest...


West End , NC —30 boys have been named to the 2012 N.C. Boys’ All-State Golf Team by the Tarheel Youth Golf Association and the Carolinas Golf Association honoring those junior golfers who have had the most success in amateur and junior golf events at the local, state, regional and national levels over the past 12 months.

The boys’ first team is led by Carter Jenkins of Raleigh, the 2012 N.C. Junior Player of the Year.  Jenkins, a high school senior, won six tour...


West End, NC—Sarah Bae of Cary and Carter Jenkins of Raleigh have been named the 2012 N.C. Junior Players of the Year by the Tarheel Youth Golf Association (TYGA) and the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA). This is the third straight year Bae has been named the NC junior girl’s player of the year.  The N.C. Junior Player of the Year award recognizes one girl and one boy who have had the most successful year in amateur and junior golf events at the local, state, regional and national levels.

Bae, a 17 year old high school senior at Athens D...


Far Hills, NJ - The R&A and the United States Golf Association (USGA), golf’s governing bodies, announced proposed changes to the Rules of Golf that would prohibit anchoring the club in making a stroke.

The proposed Rule 14-1b, which follows an extensive review by The R&A and the USGA, would prohibit strokes made with the club or a hand gripping the club held directly against the player’s body, or with a forearm held against the body to establish an anchor point that indirectly anchors the club.

The proposed new Rule would not...


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