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The MSGA provides a full range of handicapping services including your USGA Handicap Index through your member club and the Golf Handicap and Information Network (GHIN).
Being part of the GHIN network allows members scoring access to more than 12,000 clubs across the nation with over 2 million golfers. Members can post their scores at any of these GHIN clubs, which will be promptly routed back to their home clubs. Players may also post their scores online at www.ghin.com.
As a member you will have the opportunity to play in a wide variety of MSGA events, including MSGA Championships, Weekly events, and Senior or Junior Tour events.
An integral part of the MSGA mission has always been our Scholarship Fund. We continue to be a leader among non-profit corporations in Maine for our generosity to our students. Since its inception in 1950, the MSGA Scholarship Fund has assisted over 500 Maine students with the costs of their higher education. The total amount of scholarships awarded is now nearly $1.3 million.Free Subscription to Global Golf Post
The Maine State Golf Association has partnered with Global Golf Post to provide MSGA members a FREE subscription. Global Golf Post is the new, digital only golf publication that everyone is talking about.
The Post delivers a complete summary of the week in golf to your e mail inbox every Monday 50 weeks a year. MSGA members will receive the New England edition of the Global Golf Post, which includes exclusive content about the game in the New England area and coverage of MSGA championships.
Subscription to the MSGA eRevision Newsletter
If you have an e-mail address you can have your USGA® Handicap Index® information e-mailed to you automatically every revision! In addition to your USGA Handicap Index, the eRevision™ also contains other valuable information such as your handicap scoring record, Handicap Index History and Association News. The newsletter is published twice per month.
Each year the MSGA hosts a number of educational seminars, scheduled throughout the calendar year at various sites across the state, to educate and inform the golfing community on issues ranging from handicapping to course rating to the Rules of Golf to other issues that either directly or indirectly impacts the game of golf.
Club Rep Program
A direct line of communication to the MSGA is established through a network of club representatives.
Special Offers and Discounts from MSGA Corporate Partners
Golf On the Go with the MSGA Mobile Website
For information on becoming an MSGA Member Club, contact us at email@example.com or at 207-829-3549.