Jordan Comes Back For Mid Am Win
David Jordan overcame a three shot deficit to begin the day with an even par 72 to take this year's Mid Am at Willow Oaks CC.
Federal Club Captures Inaugural Petersburg Cup
The team from The Federal Club survived a three hole palyoff against Hermitage CC to win the 1st Annual Petersburg Cup.
LaReau Rolls at Royal New Kent
Rick LaReau followed up an opening round 70 with an even par 72 to win this year's Senior Championship by seven shots at Royal New Kent.
RGA Honors Griffin Clark
The Richmond Golf Association announced Tuesday at the RGA Junior Championship trophy presentations that the trophy will be renamed after Griffin Clark.
Kennedy Wins RGA Junior at Belmont
Andrew Kennedy backed up a first round 68 with a final round 69 to win this year's RGA Junior Championship at Belmont GC.
Breeden Wins Amateur Championship
Winning the Richmond Golf Association Amateur championship is great.
Winning it at your home course makes it even better.
Loving, Jr./Dougherty Squeak By At Broach
RGA President Larry Loving, Jr. teamed with reigning RGA Mid Am champion Ted Dougherty to win this year's Nelson Broach Memorial at Royal Virginian GC.
Schedule Set for 2016 Season
The 2016 RGA Championship schedule is set and can be seen at right. There are some great venues this season and we're looking forward to another great year of competition.
There is one new event on the schedule this year, the Petersburg Cup at the Country Club of Petersburg. The format is similar to the Jefferson Lakeside Invitational, except that the four person team from each club will play as two four ball teams.There will be no Senior Division for this event, but Seniors are invited to play and will be able to play forward tees.
Also, the Broach Memorial format has changed this year. We will play 27 holes in one day, using three nine hole fomats; best ball, modified alternate shot and captain's choice.
Lastly, the RGA welcomes Rubin Unowitz to the RGA Board as Secretary this year. Rubin has been a fixture at RGA events over the past hundred years or so (kidding...sort of) and has a great understanding of how our events are run. We're a little surprised he hasn't been asked to serve before now, but in any case, welcome Rubin!