The vision of Indo-American Golf Association is to become a significant contributor in the advancement of the community through the game of golf. Indo-American Golf Association (IAGA) is a non-profit organization established in October of 1996 in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Golf is the fastest growing game in the United States. Men, women and children of all ages are endearing themselves to this game which helps to establish integrity, tests competitive spirits, and exemplifies the virtues of hard work, challenge, and honesty. The founders of the Association hold great pride in being able to provide a forum for the community to learn and participate in the grand of golf while networking with business and community leaders and establishing long term friendships.
IAGA Founders: Raj Gautam, Tony Judge, Dr. Neeraj Lal, Viraj Dixit, Harish Kumar
Membership Benefits (not limited to):
- NCGA Membership and all of its benefits - Establish an NCGA handicap
- Guaranteed tee times every month at a world class golf course
- Three flights to accommodate golfers of varying skill levels
- Competitive golf monthly fully organized tournaments with BREAKFAST or LUNCH & range balls included
- Individual and Team Match Play Championships
- A chance to represent the IAGA at the NCGA Amateur tournaments
- A chance to win top prize for the "Golfer of the Year" at the end of the season based on points earned thru the year
- The best prizes in the NCGA
- A superb year ending 36 hole Club Championships
- A GRAND RAFFLE giveaway at the MAJOR and CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Chance to make new friends
- Chance to network with influential business leaders
- Guaranteed fun at least once a month in your life
Membership and Tournament Guidelines
These guidelines are updated on an annual basis and contains important information regarding:
- Membership Levels and Fees
- Tournament Fees
- Tournament Formats
- Cancellation policy
New Membership Signup - New members must be sponsored by a current active member. We encourage you to play an IAGA event as a guest to get a feel for the golf club.