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Welcome to the Landings Men's Golf Association, dedicated to improving the golf experience for members of the Landings Club. Members enjoy weekly, friendly individual and group competitions, participate with their assigned team in the yearlong Bouchillon-Ambrose Cup, have the option of competing in off-island tournaments against other clubs, support Landings Club staff, and assist in keeping our six courses in good condition.
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|LMGA Announces Valuable Membership Discount Program for Travel and for Meals at Leading Savannah Restaurants||
Two significant discretionary purchases made by most LMGA members involve fine dining in downtown Savannah and vacationing around the world. Of course LMGA represents a very attractive demographic for the businesses. In a new effort to capitalize on this and provide additional member value, LMGA has formed partnerships with a number of commercial firms through which members will enjoy significant discounted pricing.
LMGA BYLAWS AS ADOPTED 11/14/2019
LANDINGS MEN’S GOLF ASSOCIATION, INC.
A NON-PROFIT CORPORATION
CHARTERED IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA
Section 1.1 General Provisions
|2014 Championship Points Standings||
Our annual LMGA championship year started December 1 and will go through November of 2014. So far there have been six chances to play and many of our members have been able to make some or all of them. Take a look at the current standings!
|Nice Showing Yesterday at Deer Creek||
Great day yesterday at Deer Creek with 39 players competing in an individual competition within the foursome or threesome. We initiated a gross skins game as well as a net skins game with two cash pots. Paid out $55 to the 3 gross skins winners and $125 to 4 net skins winners. We enjoyed a 1/2 barrel of Abita Amber on the back patio at Deer Creek.
|LMGA Celebrates Closing of Year One||
By every measure the LMGA’s year-end events were a great success. The Annual Members’ Cup Tournament, a two-day Stableford competition, attracted 70 stalwarts who braved near arctic temperatures and stiff northerly November winds to compete. The Wednesday Plantation shotgun began at 1:15pm but most players were able to finish play and find their way back to the clubhouse without the use of flashlights, where a keg was tapped and substantial hors d’oeuvres were served. Friday’s golf was a morning shotgun on Palmetto.