Oregon Golf Association
- Member Benefit: OGA Invited to Shop Columbia Employee Store March 5-28
March 1, 2021
- Member Benefit: adidas Employee Store Invites OGA to Shop During March
February 25, 2021
- Rule of the Month: Training Aids, Leveling Planes and Rods
February 25, 2021
- Superintendent Spotlight: Evan McFadden of Broken Top Club
February 24, 2021
- Handicap Hub: WHS Refresher Course – Part I
February 21, 2021
- Oregon Junior Golf Event Registration Opens May 3
February 11, 2021
- 2021 Junior Golf Club Swap Includes New Appointment-Only Format
February 9, 2021
- Oregon Junior Golf Membership Open for 2021
February 5, 2021
- OGA Championships Schedule Set, Registration Opens Feb. 19
February 4, 2021
- Information on Stroke Index Allocation for 2021 and Beyond
February 1, 2021
The Oregon Golf Association (OGA) was formed in 1924 to conduct the Oregon Amateur golf championship which included both Men and Women. The OGA is a 501(c) 6 non-profit amateur golf association governed by volunteer, amateur golfers who employ a full-time, professional staff of nine people.
Today, the OGA has evolved into a non-profit entity of more than 270 public and private clubs numbering approximately 42,000 members throughout Oregon and SW Washington. The OGA is unique in that its membership is comprised of all demographics including Men, Women, Adults, Seniors, Juniors, Private and Public golfers.
Licensed by the United States Golf Association as guardian of the game of golf for this region, the OGA promotes enhancement and expansion of the game of golf by protecting the game’s integrity and valued traditions, as well as promoting opportunities for all that want to play by leading in the development of member and information services.
Subsidiary businesses include Oregon Junior Golf Fund, Inc. (OJGF), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable foundation and OGA Golf Course, Inc. (OGAGC).
OJGF oversees a nationally recognized junior golf program for over 1,100 youth in Oregon and SW Washington. Each year, the Oregon Golf Association presents more than 60 days of competition and more than 6,000 rounds of competitive golf for Junior Golfers ranging in age from 8 through 17. It also has developed one of the premiere regional junior golf competitions in the country, the Hogan Cup. Hogan Cup alumni include tour players such as Bobby Clampett, Fred Couples, Joe Rassett, Jack Renner, Lennie Clements, Scott Simpson, Rick Fehr, Robert Gamez, Bill Sanders, Kirk Triplett, Jim Nelford, John Fought, Peter Jacobsen, Jeff Quinney, Casey Martin, Michael Putnam, Ricky Barnes, Jason Gore and Tiger Woods.
The OGA is one of eight amateur golf associations in the country that owns and/or operates a for-profit public golf course. More than 40,000 rounds of golf are played annually at the OGA Golf Course, located in Woodburn, Ore.
Those who belong to PNGA member clubs, whether public or private, throughout the Northwest and B.C. receive preferred rates at OGA Golf Course in Woodburn, Ore. Just show your GHIN Index or your Handicap Factor!
Visit the OGA Golf Course website