2015 IGA Rules of Golf Seminars
Even the best in the game can benefit from attending an IGA Rules Seminar (Phil Mickelson not expected to attend).
The Iowa Golf Association will once again host seminars educating the public on the rules of golf. As has become tradition, they are scheduled for three Saturdays in the late March and early April. They are free to attend and all will focus on the same topics, focusing on the most common rules golfers encounter. Additionally, high school coaches and golfers are encouraged to attend.
Here are the dates and sites. All seminars will begin at 9 a.m. and last until around noon.
- Saturday, March 21 - Whispering Creek GC, Sioux City
- Saturday, March 28 - Pleasant Valley GC, Iowa City
- Saturday, April 11 - Legacy GC, Norwalk
All attendees will receive a Rules of Golf book. 2014-15 Decisions on the Rules books will be available for purchase. To sign up simply send an email to email@example.com or call the IGA office at 888-388-4442 (207-1062 in the DM area).
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About the IGA
The Iowa Golf Association serves as the governing body of golf for the state of Iowa.
Run by amateur golfers the IGA provides a variety of programs and services that benefit everyone who plays the game. The IGA is licensed and authorized by the United States Golf Association for the administration of the USGA Handicap System™ and the USGA Course Rating System™.
The IGA’s most visible role is to conduct nine state championships including the Iowa Amateur for more than 100 years. The IGA also conducts seven USGA qualifiers and offers a series of handicap events called the “Members Net Tour” which is open to IGA members of all skill levels.
The IGA provides educational seminars on the Rules, USGA Handicapping and on issues of importance to its member clubs. The IGA provides administrative support to the Iowa Women’s Golf Association and the Iowa Golf Hall of Fame. The IGA’s Herman Sani Scholarship Program has provided substantial financial support to 150 Iowa students since 1958.