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PAGA FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
|Where can I obtain a tournament entry form for a PA or USGA event?|
Pennsylvania entry forms may be completed after a successful log in and visiting the Pennsylvania Golf Association’s "Championships" tab on this site.
What is the proper way to withdraw from a PA event?
USGA entry forms may be obtained directly from www.usga.org.
When a player must withdraw from an event, he should notify the PA Office as soon as possible. If the withdrawal occurs after business hours, or the day before the event, please contact Cory Reighard at 814-329-3800. Otherwise, contact the host club’s pro shop. Entry fees are not refunded after closing day of the event.What type of Junior events does PA offer?
The Junior Championship is for boys from PAGA member clubs and girls from PSWGA member clubs who have not reached their 19th birthday by midnight of the final round and who have a USGA Handicap Index of 18.4 or lower for ages 14-17; 24.6 or lower for ages 12-13; and no handicap restriction for ages 11-and-under. The format is 36 holes of of stroke play.
Where can I find results from the recent PA events?
Running concurrently with the Junior Boys’ Championship is the Junior Girls’ and Junior Team Championship. A team consist of four eligible Junior boys from the same Member Club, or three Junior girls from the same Member Club.
Under the "Headlines" and "Championship Schedule" tab of this site. Usually, the results of PA events are published in local sports sections.