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The SGA Tour accepting memberships

Rochester Business Journal
February 3, 2014

The SGA Tour, a local organization for competitive amateur golfers, is accepting memberships for the 2014 season.

The organization, formerly known as the Saturday Golf Association, conducts Saturday tournaments at area public and private courses from April through September. Participants compete for weekly prizes and accumulate points for a final competition at the end of the summer.

The SGA Tour, formed in 1955, also holds special events throughout the season. It is a partner of the New York State Golf Association, allowing members to play in NYSGA events.

Membership is $55. For details and to fill out an online membership application, go to www.SGATour.com.

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