The International Association of Golf Administrators (IAGA) is a growing body of golf administrators welcoming amateur golf associations from across the globe.
IAGA Members manage the affairs of their respective golf associations in various capacities. Golf administration encompasses services such as course rating, handicap maintenance, communications, education, tournament operations, junior golf development and a variety of scholarship programs.
IAGA members include staff from Golf Canada, United States Golf Association, Golf Course Superintendents' Association of America, Club Managers Association of America, American Association of Golf Course Architects, World Golf Foundation and other allied professional organizations with the common goal to serve and protect the game, past and present, worldwide.
The IAGA conducts its annual meeting late in the year, usually in November. A host of IAGA member-moderators and guest speakers make presentations on golf-related topics. Educational breakout sessions allow members to interact and discuss specific problems in their fields. A day of championship golf enhances the camaraderie, and the business meeting features the election of a new IAGA Board of Directors.