The United States Golf Association (USGA) has served as the national governing body of golf since its formation in 1894 by representatives of five American golf clubs. Since then, the USGA has grown to more than 700,000 members, 9,000 member clubs, 1,200 tireless volunteers and a staff of 300, with a leadership team that represents some of the most experienced professionals in the game.
The USGA’s 15-member volunteer group that serves as the Association’s executive policy-making board
|Senior Leadership Team
The USGA’s senior management team who direct and oversee the Association’s
|Regional Affairs Team
The USGA’s nationwide network of professionals who serve as key liaisons between the Association and State and Regional Golf Associations
|USGA Women's Committee
The 14-member committee that helps conduct the USGA's women's championships