Congratulations to John Pyle for his Hole-in-One on August 3, 2017 at Glenway on #6!

Odana 8th hole

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Register for Outing at Waunakee on September 12!

Register for Lippert 18-hole and Wendt 9-hole all-MARGA tournaments!


Art Masshardt eagled #1 at Monona on 8/15/17!

See MARGA Mulligan Newsletter (Spring 2017)
Golf Leagues Begin April 24, 2017; New Members are Welcome to Register at any Time
See New Eagles Page!
See
Volunteer Opportunities


  



Click on the league name in the menu to the left to view pictures from that league.  See schedules under the "League" menu to the left to preview the leagues you are interested in.   Then download the Registration Form and return it as directed!

About Us

The Madison-Area Retired Golfer Association (MARGA) is a non-profit independent association of Madison-area retired men which conducts summer golf leagues on Madison city golf courses.  We have 7 morning leagues at all four Madison city golf courses (Glenway, Monona, Odana and Yahara Hills).  MARGA was started in 1978 by a group of retired Madison-area men who wanted to play golf with each other on a scheduled basis. We are still going strong!


MARGA features:

  • 9 & 18 Hole Leagues
  • No age limit -- even retired youngsters 55-60 can join
  • We welcome golfers of all skill levels from single digit handicaps on up
  • MARGA uses its own handicap system -- our weekly prizes are based on MARGA handicaps
  • Leagues play each week from late April/Early May for 16 weeks
  • End-of-season 9- and 18-hole organization-wide tournaments
  • Two additional Outings are held each year at area courses (see Announcements & Special Events)
  • End-of-season awards luncheon is held in late September
  • We offer lasting friendships wonderful golf and great exercise at a very reasonable price


To register, click on our Registration Form, print it, fill it out, enclose check for total amount you selected, and mail it to:

BOB DYE
6321 Merritt Ridge
Madison WI 53718
Phone: 226-0676




 

Did you know that it is permissible for a player to have a flagstick attended for a stroke played from anywhere on the course (this is specifically stated in Rule 17-1), but the player also may attend the flagstick for himself. A player incurs no penalty if he holds the flagstick while it is in the hole with one hand and removes it after playing a stroke at his ball with a club in his other hand, provided the ball does not strike the flagstick.  See the new section "Common golf rules misconceptions".  Keep checking for more rules misconceptions.