All skill levels are welcome, and can compete with confidence with a TGF Handicap, but we also have straight up Gross event and season competitions available. Learn more about TGF Handicaps.
We KNOW our system works, because since 2007 every level of golfer is represented on The Fellowship Cup, from scratch to max. In 2023, Paul Day won as a 23 handicap while the season before, Chris Fife won as a 6 handicap.
The Fellowship Cup is our longest running points race and most prestigious prize we award each season.
The short answer is "No." The Golf Fellowship does not advertise or promote itself as a Christian group, nor do we have any organized Christian activities. However, many Christian values drive how we lead our Golf Community.
If you don't enjoy yourself, or feel unwelcome in TGF, then we have failed you and fallen short of our goals for the group. We invite you to participate in helping us become better & we will do whatever we can to help you have a positive experience in The Golf Fellowship!
Absolutely! PLUS, we understand that you may want to try TGF out before committing. Therefore we want our Guests to get the full TGF Experience!
* Guests are welcome to play in unlimited Two Man Challenges
As a standard, TGF Members have the option of selecting ONE Preferred Playing Partner. From there, TGF reserves the right to fill the rest of the foursome, as it sees fit, in order to promote fairness, diversity of groups and networking.
Exceptions to Preferred Playing Partner Requests:
TGF understands that sometimes you might like to have that foursome of buddies. A couple of times a year, TGF will honor those requests.