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  • A prerequisite number of rounds with current members must be achieved for membership consideration.
  • Golfers must be available to participate in _X_ number of rounds with fellow members per year. This is to ensure a fairness and equitable balance in competitions. In addition, this will determine qualification considerations for the RVA Cup.
  • Questions on membership may be put to current members for group consideration

Handicap System:

  • Currently no handicap system is being used as each round is determined by straight-up strokes
  • Pilot programs are being used to determine the best handicap systems to used in an effort to create more equity amongst a wider array of golfers


  • Honest and integrity to the game of golf is of the utmost importance during all RAGA events
  • Fairness should be always considered when determining group decisions on tee boxes, drop areas, weather conditions, speed of play, lost balls, etc., in all sanctioned events
  • Consumption of alcohol, is solely determined by the individual golfer in any event if it is in accordance to course allowance, but please be responsible


As with many a great ideas, the Richmond Amateur Golfers Association evolved from a long history of good times and great friendships. It is our goal to enhance the game of golf through friendly competition in a relaxed, stress-free environment.

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Recent Major Results

  • Masters Steve takes the green jacket and obelisk trophy for 2015 with a tight, 1 shot victory.
  • U.S. Open Jon N. captures the 2nd major of the season with a 4 shot victory over "I only show up for the majors" Jed.
  • British Steve shows his dominence at the British once again, taking the mug trophy by 7 shots.
  • Virginia Championship Jon N. secures the final major of the season but first major with the no-stroke-limit final hole.

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