History of the TGA Volunteer Program
The Texas Golf Association was formed in 1906 with the mission to protect and serve the game in the state of Texas.
The Volunteer Program of the TGA was formed in 2005 with only a handful of volunteers. Today, the program proudly hosts a roster of 250 men and women including several on USGA boards and committees.
In 2019, 120 TGA Volunteers worked at least one day at a tournament in their area.
“IT’S ALL PART OF GIVING BACK TO THE GAME WE ALL LOVE”
December Volunteer Spotlight
In 2008, Paul Marchand’s passion for Texas A&M led him to volunteer for the Aggie Men’s and Women’s golf teams. Today, he’s a TGA Board of Director and serves on the Executive Committee as he continues to give back to the game of golf. Read Volunteer Spotlight Here
October Volunteer Spotlight
In his third year as a TGA Championship Volunteer, the 72-year-old averages over 50 days of officiating across TGA, LJT, USGA and NCAA tournament schedules. Read Volunteer Spotlight Here
August Volunteer Spotlight
Bobby Grabstald started volunteering with the TGA in 2009, but his career prior to becoming a TGA Volunteer is nothing short of incredible. Read Volunteer Spotlight Here
Paul Marchand bleeds maroon and white. He dons the Aggie logo on his daily apparel and loves Texas Aandamp;M University. The die-hard fan calls Traditions Club in Aggieland home; and though it might surprise some to learn he doesnandrsquo;t own a gold Tex...
In 2004, Chuck Flowers was forced to make a life change. The then 58-year-old had been diagnosed with neuropathy and was forced to retire as the Director of Youth Evangelism for Texas Baptists.rnrnandldquo;I was almost to the point where I was in a whee...
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