Wednesday, February 01, 2006

2006 TGA Schedule

The Texas Golf Association has 11 state championships, seven regional tournaments, and more 30 qualifiers on its 2006 schedule, released today. From the announcement:

It is an exciting time for the Association, as it will be observing its 100th anniversary in 2006. To commemorate the occasion, a number ofstatewide championships have been scheduled at clubs that were foundingmembers of the Association back in 1906 including the Country Clubs ofBeaumont, Dallas, and San Antonio.

The complete schedule, along with qualifying requirements and entry deadlines, can be found on the TGA website. Here are the biggies:

2006 TGA Statewide/Regional Championship Schedule
  • Feb. 25-26: North Regional Four-Ball, Sky Creek Ranch GC, Keller
  • Feb. 25-26: South Regional Four-Ball, River Ridge GC, Sealy
  • March 11-12: State Club Team, Pine Dunes Resort, Frankston
  • March 24-26: South Regional Amateur, Walden on Lake Conroe
  • April 7-9: North Regional Amateur, Heritage Ranch, Fairview
  • May 19-21: State Four-Ball, Gleneagles CC (Kings), Plano
  • June 8-11: State Amateur, Dallas CC, Dallas
  • June 22-25: State Public Links, Pecan Valley GC, San Antonio
  • July 7-9: State Father-Son, Beaumont CC, Beaumont
  • July 21-23: West Texas Amateur, The Rawls Course, Lubbock
  • July 27-30: State Mid-Am Match, Bent Tree CC, Dallas
  • Aug. 3-5: State Stableford Handicap, The Hills CC (Flint Rock) Austin
  • Aug. 11-13: North Regional Mid-Am, Buffalo Creek GC, Rockwall
  • Aug. 11-13: South Regional Mid-Am, Woodforest GC, Montgomery
  • Aug. 18-20: State Senior Amateur, San Antonio CC, San Antonio
  • Sept. 15-17: State Mid-Amateur, Champions GC, Houston
  • Sept. 29-Oct. 1: Senior Four-Ball, Stonebriar (Fazio), Frisco
  • Oct 28-29: Texas Shoot Out, Whispering Pines GC, Trinity

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