Golf With ASGA

Someone once said that the only people who think that golf is an easy game are those who have never played. Our goal is to provide a venue in which everyone can enjoy the game. Some of our members come to The Villages with extensive golf experience. Others arrive here with the intent of taking up the game for the first time. It is not recommended for a beginner golfer to sign up for Championship golf without knowing the Rules of Golf and etiquette of the game, which is sometimes more important than knowing how to play. It is highly recommended that new golfers take a series of lessons from The Villages Golf Academy professionals ((352) 259-8121) (https://www.golfthevillages.com/golf-academy/) or teaching professionals outside of The Villages before stepping onto a course. After receiving some instruction, it might be appropriate for the member to begin playing in one of our  Executive golf groups.

ASGA - AMERICAN SINGLES GOLF ASSOCIATION

ASGA Executive Golf 

ASGA Executive Golf groups play on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays (from October to May). These events are normally followed by lunch at a venue selected by the event coordinator. The courses vary from week to week and are assigned by The Villages Tee Time System after the coordinator has requested tee times.  After the courses and tee times are assigned, the coordinator will send an email with a link to the schedule.

The coordinator determines the type of game to be played. Sometimes it is a scramble or shamble; sometimes the lowest number of putts; and sometimes another creative, but fun, format. Normally $2 per person is collected, and prizes are awarded at the end.

Click here to sign up for ASGA Executive Golf

ASGA Championship Golf 

Our Chapter strongly suggests that members who want to play Championship golf with The Villages ASGA have a priority membership. This is to ensure we can obtain tee times throughout the year. Priority memberships are not required for Golf Events outside The Villages.

ASGA Championship golf is played on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday at The Villages Championship courses, with the exception of the 18 holes Saturday group, which plays outside the Villages from November 1st to May 1st. The Championship Priority groups normally play a Quota point system. Each player contributes $3.00 for around. Prizes are awarded to players who score the highest number of points over their Quota, and also for players hitting closest to the pin on par 3’s USGA rules are the basis for all of the Chapter’s golf.

From May to October we also have a Nine and Dine at Cane Garden Country Club. From November through April we offer a Nine and Dine at various country clubs on the first and third Fridays of each month. These are fun and friendly social golf events.

Click here for championship tee box rules

 

Click here to sign up for Monday Championship Golf

 Click here to sign up for Thursday Championship Golf

 Click here to sign up for Saturday Championship Golf

Click here to sign up for Friday’s Nine and Dine (May-October)

Click here to sign up for Friday's Nine and Dine (November -April)

ASGA - AMERICAN SINGLES GOLF ASSOCIATION
ASGA - AMERICAN SINGLES GOLF ASSOCIATION

Championship Golf Quota Points

The golf game played is "Quota," which is based on points awarded for scoring performance: 1 point for a Bogey, 2 points for a Par, 4 points for birdie, 8 points for an eagle. It takes 3 rounds of golf to establish a Quota point average. We use the last 5 rounds for an average. Once a member has established a quota average (3 rounds), he/she can start playing for prizes. Prize money paid out depends on the number of players.

Don't be a NO SHOW!

The golf coordinators have made an immediate change to our No Show Policy.

Effective as of Today December 21, 2023 and going forward, the No Show policy is as such:

If you fail to show for a golf event or if you cancel on the day of play. You will be a No Show and will be on a 1 week suspension from all ASGA golf events.

If you have two No Shows in a 2 month period you will be on a 30 day suspension from all ASGA golf events. (same as before)

All the golf coordinators know that we can always have an emergency and we do not want anyone to show up and play golf if they are not feeling well, or if you have a medial emergency.

For the most part if you have a medical emergency or family emergency you will probably need at least 1 week to recover anyways.

Each case will be evaluated on an individual basis. Please contact the golf coordinator and explain why you failed to show up.

No Shows are people that sign up and fail to contact the golf coordinator in time for them to find a relief or move people around so that we don't have 2somes or single golfers stuck playing golf in the middle of 4somes.

We try very hard to make the golf experience great for everyone.

We appreciate your assistance.

Thank you,

Ron Horte

Golf Chair

Click here for the No Show/Late Cancellation list.