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The Louisiana Golf Association can provide each one of our member clubs access to the robust tournament management system known as TPP Club Online. This is an added value benefit of being a member club of the LGA, and the LGA offers it free of charge. TPP Club Online can handle all club needs and every type of event that clubs conduct, from large member-guest events to everyday scrambles, and everything in between. Because it is an online (web based) product, club officials can manage thier tournaments from any computer with access to the internet. The USGA and nearly 100 state and regional golf associations use TPP to run their championships. Contact us at 337-265-3938 if your LGA member club hasn't taken advantage of this excellent opportunity, and we can set it up in minutes.
The Louisiana Golf Association (LGA) is currently accepting applications for its 2015 USGA P.J. Boatwright internship. The successful candidate will work with all staff members at the LGA and will see golf administration from a number of perspectives.
“This position will provide a wide-ranging experience for an individual that is considering the possibility of a career in golf administration. We have had a number of former interns move on to full-time positions in the industry, both at the LGA and other golf associations,” said LGA Executive Director Carr McCalla.
October 7, 2014 — Lafayette, Louisiana
The Louisiana Golf Association announced its 2015 Championship Schedule on Tuesday. The LGA will again conduct ten Championship and 16 qualifying events during 2015, beginning the last weekend in April with the Club Team Championship and concluding the last weekend in September with the Senior 4-Ball Championship.
“We are excited about our 2015 LGA Championship schedule and the quality venues we can provide our players an opportunity to play,” said LGA Director of Championship Operations Logan Ray. “We continue to be appreciative to our Member Clubs that are willing to give back to the game by opening their doors to our Championships.”
October 5, 2014 — Shreveport, Louisiana
Bob Cooper of Monroe and Eddie Lyons of Shreveport fired a ten-under par 61 on Sunday at East Ridge Country Club in Shreveport to win the 2014 LGA Senior Four-Ball Championship. Cooper and Lyons had a one shot lead over Page Breaux of St. Gabriel and Bill Land of Lafayette to start the day after shooting a four-under par 67 on Saturday. Cooper and Lyons finished the championship at 14-under par 128, besting runner-up finishers Bob Birtman of Benton and Mike Morgan of Shreveport by six strokes. This is the first LGA Senior 4-Ball Championship for the dynamic duo of Cooper and Lyons who have each won multiple LGA Championships in the past.
A strong performance on the par-5 holes propelled Brandon Aydlett, of Louisiana, to low-individual honors at the 2014 USGA Men's State Team Championship on the Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort. (USGA/Chris Keane)
Congratulation to Louisiana's own Brandon Aydlett who found himself atop the individual leaderboard at recently competed USGA Men's State Team.
Louisiana Men's State Team: Brandon Aydlett of Metairie, Patrick Christovich of New Orleans, and John Talley of St. Martinville.
September 14, Greenwood, Mississippi -
It was an exciting finish Sunday at the 2014 Junior River Cup. Team Louisiana had a two point lead entering the final day of competition, but with 60 points on the line in the 20 singles matches, no lead was safe. Both teams came out strong. The 16-18 year old boys division was the first group of competitors to tee off, and they helped Louisiana increase their lead with two resounding wins and two hard fought ties, as they captured 8.5 points to Mississippi's 3.5. Mississippi bounced back in the other divisions and the overall points total became increasingly close.