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Texans Win U.S. Women's Four-Ball

Texans Hailee Cooper, 16, of Montgomery, and Kaitlyn Papp, 17, of Austin, needed 19 holes to defeat 13-year-old...

Play 9 Expands In Year Three

Spurred by the success of its first two years, the PLAY9™ program is expanding this year, encouraging...

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107th Texas Amateur presented by Insperity / Oak Hills Country Club

107th Texas Amateur presented by Insperity

Fred Wedel Wins 107th Texas Amateur
 
SAN ANTONIO—Fred Wedel’s first Texas Golf Association event was a memorable one. The recent Pepperdine graduate from The Woodlands on Sunday won the 107th Texas Amateur presented by Insperity with a four-round total of 5-under-par 279 at iconic Oak Hills Country Club.
 
With only this summer’s U.S. Amateur standing between himself and turning professional, the 21-year-old Wedel’s amateur days are numbered. Ranked 252 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, he decided winning the state’s oldest and most prestigious amateur tournament was something he needed to do. For the full story, click here.
 

Women's Stroke Play Championship / Pine Forest Country Club

Women's Stroke Play Championship

2016 Women's Stroke Play Championship Round 1 Pairings 

The 2016 Women's Stroke Play Championship is underway at Pine Forest Country Club. The championship is contested over 54-holes of stroke play. After 36 - holes, the low 30 and ties will qualify for the Championship Flight and remaining players will compete in two separate flights. 

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Registration is now open for four Men’s Championships: Mid-Amateur, Mid-Amateur Match Play, Stableford...

Texans Win U.S. Women's Four-Ball

Texans Hailee Cooper, 16, of Montgomery, and Kaitlyn Papp, 17, of Austin, needed 19 holes to defeat 13-year-old...

Play 9 Expands In Year Three

Spurred by the success of its first two years, the PLAY9™ program is expanding this year, encouraging...

Share Your Love Of Play 9

Using #Play9Sweeps, post a photo to Twitter that shows you playing nine. Approved entries will be posted...

LJT Alum Win Nelson Awards

The Salesmanship Club of Dallas recently announced Philip Barbaree, Cooper Dossey, Ryan Grider and Davis...

Re-Launched 'TGA Works' Program Offers...

 DALLAS—The Texas Golf Association on Thursday announced the re-launch of “TGA Works,”...

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