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Online Registration - FAQs

Online Registration - FAQs

If you are unsure of your player profile status, forgot your username, password/GHIN number or are new to the online registration process, please click on the links below for a list of frequently asked questions. 


>> Q1. How do I know if I have a current Player Profile?
>> Q2. I’m new to the online registration process. How do I create a Player Profile?
>> Q3. How do I update my Player Profile information?
>> Q4. What do I do if I forgot my User Name and Password?
>> Q5. What do I do if I forgot my GHIN Handicap Index number?
>> Q6. I had a GHIN Handicap Index number last year, but now I’m listed as “NH.” What should I do?
>> Q7. I’m not currently member of the Texas Golf Association, but I would like to sign up for several events. How can I join the TGA?


 







Q1. How do I know if I have a current Player Profile? Back to Top

A1. If you have created a online profile since 2010, you have a current Player Profile. A Player Profile created since 2010 would have been done on a screen that looks like the one below.










Q2. I’m new to the online registration process. How do I create a Player Profile? Back to Top

A2. To create a Player Profile you will need your GHIN Handicap Index number and to fill out the New User registration. In the registration process it will ask for your GHIN number and to create a username and password. If you do not put your GHIN number in the profile, you will not be able to sign up for any events. A New Users sign-in screen is shown below.

 

 
 
 





 

Q3. How do I update my Player Profile information? Back to Top

A3. To update your Player Profile, just log into your profile with your current user name and password and then click on “Edit Profile” on the left hand side of the screen.

 

 
 
 
 





 

Q4. What do I do if I forgot my User Name and Password? Back to Top

A4. If you have forgotten your Username and Password click on the “Recover User Name and Password” link. From there you will be asked to enter your email address and it will be emailed to you. Please note that you must use the email address that you entered into your player profile.

 

 
 
 
 





 

Q5. What do I do if I forgot my GHIN Handicap Index number? Back to Top

A5. To get your GHIN Handicap Index number, please call your club and they can look up your number.

 

 
 




 

Q6. I had a GHIN Handicap Index number last year, but now I’m listed as “Inactive.” What should I do? Back to Top

A6. If your GHIN number is listed as "Inactive," your club has inactivated you on their GHIN roster. You will need to contact your club about becoming “active” again; only they can reactivate your number. If your GHIN number is inactive, you will not be able to sign up for any events.   

 

 





 

Q7. I’m not currently member of the Texas Golf Association, but I would like to sign up for several events. How can I join the TGA? Back to Top

A7. The Texas Golf Association is a nonprofit membership-based organization comprised of all types of clubs – private, semi-private, resort, public, municipal – as well as associate clubs without a golf course (clubs without real estate) and internet clubs. An individual may become a TGA member by joining one of our 400+ Member Clubs and establishing a GHIN Handicap Index. There are two easy methods for applying:

  1. In person at a TGA Member Club near one's home or work, or
  2. Online at txga.org by selecting a "home" club from a list of participating Member Clubs located across the state. Players may select from one of our "Medalist Golf Club's" listed for your respective region. 

For more information on how to “Join the TGA," please click on the link below:

>> Join the TGA

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