Tournaments

  • Men's Championships

    Men's Championships

    The FSGA conducts 28 State Championships for men and boys, eight of which require qualifying. Including the Amateur Championship, which is the oldest continuous sporting event in the state of Florida. FSGA Championships offers golfers a highly competitive environment staged at Florida's finest courses.

  • Women's Championships

    Women's Championships

    The FSGA conducts nine State Championships for women and girls, including the prestigious Women's Amateur Championship started in 1927. Women golfers are eligible for all 150 One-Day events conducted annually throughout Florida. Women also compete in several team competitions, including the Florida-Georgia Matches, the USGA Women's State Team Championship, and the Southeastern Women's Amateur Team Championship (SWATCA).

  • USGA Qualifying

    USGA Qualifying

    The FSGA conducts 48 USGA qualifiers throughout the year, more than any other association or state in the country. Qualifiers are conducted for the US Open, US Women's Open, US Senior Open, US Amateur, US Women's Amateur, US Junior, US Girls' Junior, US Senior Amateur, US Women's Senior Amateur, US Public Links, US Women's Public Links, US Mid-Amateur, and US Women's Mid-Amateur. All entries must be submitted through the USGA website, www.usga.org.

  • One-Day Events

    One-Day Events

    The FSGA conducts over 150 One-Day events throughout the state. Players are flighted by age and then play off their handicap. There is an optional gross division too. One-Days are open to men and women who have a GHIN handicap in Florida. Fun golf on great courses is the focus of the One-Days; the competition is secondary.

  • Florida Junior Tour

    Florida Junior Tour

    The Florida Junior Tour (FJT) is the premier championship series in the Southeast for junior golfers. Conducted by the Florida State Golf Association, FJT events are professionally conducted on many of the state's finest venues. Boys and girls ages 13 to 18 years old are eligible to compete. Tournaments are ranked by the two main national ranking systems and winners earn exemptions into state championships and the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA).

  • Winter Series

    Winter Series

    The Winter Series events are for golfers ages 40 and above and are held from December to April. These events are a great opportunity for those players who are not here in the summer to play in competitive tournaments at excellent venues. All tournaments are 36-holes and are held during the week.

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