The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America is the professional association for the men and women who manage and maintain the game’s most valuable resource — the golf course.
The IAGA membership represents approximately 80 golf organizations, primarily in North America. The IAGA advances the game of golf and those who play it by representing and developing those who lead the game.
The PGA of America is one of the world's largest sports organizations, composed of more than 28,000 PGA Professionals across the United States who work daily to grow interest and participation in the game of golf.
The United States Golf Association serves amateur golfers across the USA and in Mexico. It administers the GHIN handicap system, conducts the most prestigious amateur championships in the country plus the National Opens, and defines the Rules of Golf in collaboration with the R&A.
Youth on Course provides 130,000+ members access to play over 1,800 golf courses for $5 or less, giving them opportunities to learn lessons that can be taught in a way only a golf course can. And beyond affordable golf, it provides opportunities for young people to get the support they need to succeed through career prep, leadership and scholarship programs.