About Golf RSA
Golf RSA is the unified operations company for amateur golf in South Africa and encompasses the South African Golf Association (SAGA) and Womens Golf South Africa (WGSA).
Golf RSA’s role is to look after the interests of more than 460 golf clubs and 148 000 men, women, boy and girl club members, produce champion golfers and provide the opportunity for everyone in South Africa to experience the game of golf. Some of Golf RSA’s responsibilities are:
- Working across the full spectrum of golf development in South Africa
- Providing support services to member clubs and maintaining a uniform system of handicapping, administering and applying the rules
- Providing championships and competitions for all ages and abilities at some of the most prestigious courses in the country
- Identifying and developing the country’s most talented amateur golfers, with the very top players joining our elite National Squads for specialised training and playing opportunities
The South African Golf Association is the governing body for male amateur golf in South Africa, formed by the unification of the SA Golf Union (white) and the SA Golf Association (black) in 1992 to form the SA Golf Federation. In 1997 the name was changed to the SA Golf Association.
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Womens Golf South Africa is the governing body for female amateur golf in South Africa. Originally formed as the South African Ladies Golf Union in 1914, the organisation was renamed in 2004 to reflect its modern structures, operations and approach.