- Golfer Benefits
NORTON, Massachusetts – As the New Year arrived, we were proud to introduce the new Mass Golf which represents a successful merger between the Massachusetts Golf Association and Women’s Golf Association of Massachusetts.
The foundation of the new Mass Golf are our core values – Community, Competition, Play and Join – which will guide our approach to promoting and advancing the game throughout Massachusetts.
Below, we provide you – our valued member golfers – with an inside look at our new brand and a special tour of our new web site, MassGolf.org, which we hope will be your resource for all that is Bay State golf.
From a host of golfer benefits to a list of events for the very competitive to the most recreational of events for golfers of all age and skill level, this web site will be your pathway to enjoying the game that we all love so much.
While we are excited to introduce you to the new web site (scroll down for a visual tour of Clubs, Competition, Play and Golfer Benefits), we also welcome your thoughts. Just like a new swing, there are always some tweaks that will need to be made so we hope you will be our partner in this journey.
Our staff is excited to serve your needs, so please reach out to any of us. You can find a complete staff directory online under the top toolbar or by clicking here.
With the merger now official, we’re proud to reflect on the thinking that shaped the new Mass Golf as we enter this exciting new chapter together. View the video below and be sure to join us at our new social home of @PlayMassGolf on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Having a Mass Golf/USGA GHIN Handicap Index is more than just being able to post scores and enjoy amazing experiences at your home club. Mass Golf offers a myriad of benefits to golfers from online resources to special discounts.
Section Highlights: Handicapping, Student Member Program. MassGolfer, Global Golf Post New England, Hole-in-One Program, Mass Golf Mobile, Affinity Programs, Speaker Series & Volunteer Opportunities.
If you are looking for more casual playing opportunities and general golf information, the Play section is where you can find a variety of resources and links to events that are open to less competitive golfers or those who want to try an event that features a unique format or style.
New for 2018, all parent-child events such as the Father & Daughter, Father & Son, Mother & Son and Mother & Daughter events can be found under this section and listed as Team Tournaments. Online registration will go live for all tournament events on Thursday, March 1st.
Section Highlights: Member Days, Women’s Tournaments, Team Tournaments, Charity Events, Rules of Golf, Junior Golf Programs, The First Tee of Massachusetts and Play9 Golf.
Logging into your personal My Mass Golf home page is as easy as it was in the past. To access your personal home page – where you are able to post scores, register for events, view your handicap information, ect. – you simply need to click on the “Member Login” button at the top right of the home page.
Section Highlights: Post Scores, Event Registration, Index/Revision, Handicap Card, Membership, Contact Info & Subscriptions, & Benefits.
Individual pages for all Mass Golf Member Clubs can be found under the Clubs section.
Section Highlights: Search for any club in Massachusetts by region, type and special features which might include clubs that offer online score posting or have driving ranges.
The Competition tab is geared towards those looking for information on highly-competitive local, regional and national events. Online registration for all Mass Golf Championships and Women’s Championships will go live on Thursday, February 1st.
Section Highlights: Championships, Women’s Championships, USGA Qualifying, Regional Events, Tri-States, Player of the Year & Amateur Status.