Texas Golf Association, Since 1906

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Volunteers

In 1916, a group of women organized to crown a women's state amateur golf champion in Texas. By doing so, the Women's Texas Golf Association was founded. The WTGA exists not only for the good of the game, but because the game is good. Good for connecting people. Good for building character. Good for building bridges between generations. Good for mind and body. WTGA staff and volunteers provide tournaments, scholarships, junior golf programs, rules education and course rating services because we believe golf is a positive force for enriching lives. Volunteers have been the backbone of amateur golf in Texas, making the WTGA one of the most successful women's state golf associations in the United States.

The Belle Burney Award, named after the first WTGA President, annually recognizes a volunteer for her dedication and commitment to the game of golf. The next award will be announced at the Player's Dinner on the Tuesday of the State Amateur Championship.

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