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April 23, 2015 St. Francisville, Louisiana
The Bluffs Golf Resort in St. Francisville will host the first LGA Championship of 2015 this coming weekend. 22 teams representing 15 LGA Member Clubs will compete for the LGA Club Team Championship Saturday andSunday at the beautiful Arnold Palmer-designed venue overlooking the bluffs on Thompson Creek just north of Baton Rouge.
Squirrel Run Golf Club from New Iberia will return to defend the title it won last year at The Island in Plaquemine. Squirrel Run shot an impressive two day total of ten-under par 422 in 2014, and they return five of the six players who were on that championship squad. Squirrel Run also won this event in 2011 at Lakewood Golf Club in New Orleans. A win this weekend will tie them with Gray Plantation of Lake Charles for the most LGA Club Team Championships (3) since the event began in 1989.
Here are 5 facts about golf that promote the sport and the environment as part of Earth Day April 22. Earth Week is April 20-24.
1. Golf courses are professionally managed landscapes where environmental stewardship is important – from using water and nutrients efficiently to implementing better methods of erosion control.
2. In general, the golf industry is striving to deliver firm and fast playing surfaces that are better for everyone and improve the bottom line. More than two-thirds of golf courses report that they are keeping turfgrass drier than in the past.
Heading to the Zurich Classic of New Orleans at TPC Louisiana?
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Lafayette, Louisiana April 13, 2015
For golf fans around the world, this historic weekend starts the major tournament season for golf. The year’s first major, The Masters, is considered by many to be the best golf tournament in the world. The beauty of the golf course, the military precision in which everything is executed, and the many memorable moments that have taken place at Augusta get every golfer excited to go out and play the game. That is no different here in Louisiana, and our first Championships of the season are quickly approaching, as well as the entry deadlines for those events.
April 1, 2015 – Lafayette, LA
The Louisiana Golf Association (LGA) announced on Wednesday that Logan Ray, its Director of Championship Operations, has also been named as the organization’s Assistant Executive Director. Ray, who has served the organization since January of 2011, will retain the Director of Championship Operations title, but will take on additional administrative responsibilities as well.
Ray began his tenure with the LGA just over four years ago as the LGA’s USGA Boatwright intern, serving in that capacity for a year before taking on the newly-created position of Director of Championship Operations in January of 2012.
“We are pleased to have Logan take on this title and the additional responsibilities it entails as we continue to position our organization for the future. He has become, in a relatively short period of time, an integral part of our staff, continuing the legacy of honesty, integrity, and service to the game that we continue to strive to provide to our Member Clubs and individual members. The reality is that Logan has been, for all intents and purposes, serving in this capacity for over a year. We felt it only appropriate to make it official,” said LGA Executive Director Carr McCalla.
Lafayette, Louisiana March 31, 2015
Entry forms for the 2015 LGA Junior Amateur, Four-Ball, and Mid-Amateur Championships will be available beginning tomorrow, April 1, 2015. You may register online for any of these Championships on our homepage at www.LGAgolf.org. This year’s venues include Carter Plantation in Springfield (Junior Am, July 8-10), English Turn Golf & Country Club in New Orleans (Four-Ball, July 18-19), and TPC Louisiana in New Orleans (Mid-Am, August 7-9). For more information and the 2015 LGA Championship Schedule, click here.
Lafayette, Louisiana March 23, 2015
The Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV) is working towards final approval for the “Louisiana Golfer” license plates that will hopefully be available for purchase by mid-year 2015. A process that began with the LGA office having conversations with Louisiana State Representative Stuart Bishop of Lafayette almost two years ago, is finally culminating in the production of plates that will identify the owner as a “Bayou State Golfer.”