Colorado Senior Golfers' Association

CSGA Purpose

The Colorado Senior Golfers' Association (CSGA) was organized in 1935 to give senior golfers opportunities for golf at various Colorado courses along with fellowship and friendly competition among others in the same age group. To this day, the CSGA conducts several events (about every two weeks) throughout the spring and summer at different courses and then holds its annual tournament in early October at one of the five hosting clubs, namely, Cherry Hills, Columbine, Denver, Lakewood, and Pinehurst. In addition, outings are organized, from time to time, for members and their spouses at golf resorts in warmer climates (for example, Arizona, California, Hawaii) during the winter season.
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Membership

Membership in the CSGA is open, through election, to all gentlemen, 55 years of age and older, who are residents of Colorado and members of a Colorado Golf Club in good standing, which club is a member of the Colorado Golf Association (CGA). Candidates for membership must be proposed and seconded by current CSGA members. The candidates are elected annually (usually in February) by the Board of Governors. The current initiation fee is $100, and annual dues are now set at $110. Due to the interest in the CSGA by Colorado senior golfers, a waiting list usually exists, however most eligible candidates are elected within two years of their application.

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