Georgia State Golf Association

About Georgia State Golf Association

The Georgia State Golf Association, founded in 1916, is a non-profit organization dedicated solely to serving the game of golf and its membership of nearly 350 Member Clubs and their 75,000 members. A committee of interested golfers from around the state formed the Georgia State Golf Association in 1916 following the first Georgia Amateur Championship. A 14-year-old Atlantan named Bobby Jones captured that first Georgia Amateur at Capital City Club in Atlanta. The following decades saw extensive growth in members, volunteers, staff and services as the GSGA expanded its competitions program to include 23 statewide events and four interstate matches, computerized the handicap system, formalized the course rating program, established a charitable foundation, started publishing Golf Georgia magazine and began managing the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame.


operations intern

May 2021 - July 2021 Atlanta, GA
“I liked working with interns that were from other sport management schools, like UGA and Florida State. I enjoyed learning from them. I also enjoyed working with the youth and being encouraged by their passion of golf and never giving up.”

Operations Intern

June 2020 - July 2020 Marietta, GA
“I really enjoyed the coworkers and my bosses. I appreciated how the company handled all the challenges that the pandemic brought them and still managed to make the summer very fun.”
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