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The green jacket, the pristine courses, the toughest test, The Masters. Designed to be the most grueling event of the season, The Masters will test the golfers' physical and mental abilities in a trial of will and endurance.

The history of the masters can be traced back to 2009, when shortly after the first ever major, The British Open, a tournament was designed to be conducted over two rounds on the very prestigious Williamsburg courses: Kingsmill (River) & Golden Horseshoe (Gold). July 30th & 31st, 2009 saw a epic display of golfing fortitude.

Ever since those hot, late July days, The Masters has held a place of honor and esteem reverence. Anyone who can say they've worn the green jacket has done so like a coat of arms, boasting of great triumph on a field of battle, over lush greens, towering oaks, and glistening waters. And now they await the next challengers to the thrown, do you have what it takes to adorn the green jacket?



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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