2018 LGA South West Ireland Trip



October 18, 2017 — Lafayette, Louisiana  

The Louisiana Golf Association (LGA) announced its 2018 Championship Schedule on Wednesday.  The LGA will again conduct 12 Championships, in addition to 16 State Amateur and Mid-Amateur Championship Qualifiers.  As in previous years, the LGA will conduct USGA Qualifiers (U.S. Open, Amateur, Mid-Amateur, Senior Amateur), and the LGA is adding both the U.S. Junior Amateur and Girls’ Junior Amateur Qualifiers to the slate.  The 2018 Championship Season kicks off in April at Beau Chene Country Club (Oak Course) in Mandeville, site of the popular LGA Club Team Championship.

The impressive 2018 Schedule is highlighted by the 99th LGA Amateur Championship (June 7-10) at Oakbourne Country Club in Lafayette and the LGA Mid-Amateur Championship (August 3-5) at Le Triomphe Golf & Country Club in Broussard.  The season concludes with the Junior River Cup Matches in Mississippi.  “We are excited about our 2018 LGA Championship schedule and the quality venues we can provide our members an opportunity to play,” said LGA Assistant Executive Director and Director of Championship Operations Logan Ray.  “The 2018 schedule showcases facilities across the state of Louisiana that make an effort to give back to the game by hosting our Championships.  We sincerely appreciate their support and are looking forward to a fun and competitive 2018 Season at these excellent golf courses.”

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Logan Ray Named Louisiana Golf Association Executive Director

October 4, 2017   Lafayette, LA                         

The Louisiana Golf Association (LGA) has named Logan Ray as the Association’s new Executive Director, effective January 1, 2018.

Ray has served as the LGA’s Assistant Executive Director for the past two years and has held the role of Director of Championship Operations since 2012.  Ray, 29, first joined the LGA as a USGA P.J. Boatwright Intern in 2011.  He will succeed Carr McCalla who, after over 22 years in the position, is preparing to step down.  McCalla will remain active with the LGA as a senior advisor.

“I am honored to be named the next Executive Director of the Louisiana Golf Association,” said Ray.  “This has been a goal of mine since I started my career with the LGA, and to see it to fruition is exciting.  It has been a privilege to learn the ropes from one of the best golf administrators in the country, Carr McCalla, and I am looking forward to leading our team and ensuring that the game in Louisiana remains strong and healthy in the years to come.”


Choudrant, LA     September 24, 2017 

Team Louisiana defeated Team Mississippi 30-10 in the 2017 Junior River Cup Matches at Squire Creek Country Club.  The best junior golfers in the Bayou State successfully defended the title won by the 2016 squad at Diamondhead Country Club in Mississippi to make it back-to-back victories.  Team Louisiana set the tone early and took a 6-4 lead after the Saturday morning Four-Ball matches, and they really turned it on in the afternoon Foursome matches, winning eight out of a possible ten points.  Team Louisiana's 14-6 lead after day one was comfortable, but with 20 points up for grabs in Sunday's singles matches, they needed to again play their best golf to secure the win.  Play their best golf is exactly what they did. Team Louisiana won 16 out of 20 singles matches, including a 4-0 sweep in the 12-13 year-old division.  "I’m extremely proud of the way our team competed and represented our state with class.  The kids had a blast and made some great memories.  Junior golf in Louisiana continues to trend in the right direction, and we were able to showcase that… Thanks to Squire Creek for the wonderful hospitality," said Louisiana Team Captain and LGA Assistant Executive Director Logan Ray.  

LGA Executive Director Carr McCalla Announces Retirement

September 1, 2017, Lafayette, LA                   

Louisiana Golf Association (LGA) Executive Director Carr McCalla today announced that he will be stepping down at the end of 2017, completing over 22 years as head of the organization.

“This has sincerely been a labor of love.  I am tremendously fortunate to have been able to work with a number of great staff and Board members dedicated to improving benefits for all LGA individual members and member clubs,” said McCalla.  “It is certainly bittersweet for me but I am confident the organization will continue to work tirelessly on behalf of this wonderful game we all love so dearly.”

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