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Murray Miller, DeLand, Fla. wins the IGTA Points Championship for $3,000.00, with a third in theTour Final.  Scott Yancy III was 2nd for $1500. and Skylar Forney was 3rd for $1000.  Prizes paid for the Top 10 in Points.

Timacuan Golf Club            Mar. 14 & 15

Mission Inn El Campeon    Mar. 21 & 22

North Hampton Golf Club  Apr. 18 & 19

Juliette Falls Golf Club       Apr. 25 & 26

TBA  Florida                        May    2 &  3

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NIT Championship won by Chinbat for $10,000.00 at The Conservatory.

  

  Yaeger Posts the 2015 Best with 138.5 to Win by 5.5  Strokes at Harmony Golf  Pres

Mike Yaeger, Las Vegas, Nev. shocked the field with his career best 71-73, 144 gross for his first Tour win and $4,000.00. Scott Yancy III, St. Louis, Mo. was second for $1,200.00 at Net Even par. Leo Coates, Sunrise, Fla and Jim Angeloff, Auburn Hills, Mich. tied for third for $1,025.00 each. Jimmy Lytle, Ocean Ridge, Fla was fifth. Yaeger is only the third player to score under par 144 net in five tournaments this year.

El Campeon provides several highlights as Rocky Justice wins $5,000.00 with 145.5

 Rocky of Gainesville, Fla with an 80 (70.6)  on Sunday captured his second IGTA victory. Right behind with 146.5 was Alicia Weber, Novi, Mich. with a gross 73 for the medalist honor. This was her best round and finish on the Tour for a prize of $1,900.00. Third was a tie between Jim Angeloff, Auburn Hills, Mich. and Randy Erskine, Lake Orion, Mich for $1,150.00 and $1,250.00. Jim posted his fourth top four finish and leads the Points Race. Randy has averaged about $1,200.00 per tournament. Anthony Kuey, Chappiqua, NY and James Hodo, Atlanta, Ga. tied for fifth for $1,025.00 and $1,125.00. Ten players were in the money at this Mission Inn challenge.

 

 Austin posts First Tour Win with Even 

   Par for $4,500.00 at Timacuan G.C.

 

Sean Austin, Windermere, Fla. played steady for 2 days with 38 on the final nine for his first Tour win. Jim Angeloff, Auburn Hills, Mich., the Points Leader, was second at 145.0 for $1,500. Travis Lewis, Lake Mary, Fla was third for $1,100.00. Brooks Ashcraft, Monticello, Ark and Dawit Proctor, Winter Garden, Fla tied for fourth for $1,025.00 each. Nine players cashed in the battle for the victory.

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Opportunity for all Competitors

If you are interested in becoming a Tournament player, regardless of handicap, the IGTA Golf Tour is there with the opportunity.  

Can we trust the handicap system?  That is the first question from all new players.
The system was established under USGA Guidelines. It has been proven over many years and endorsed by the Fact that Even Par (Net) would have won $60,100.00 per year for the last twelve years. Net even par would win at least $1,000.00 in almost every Tournament.

 

Professionals from All Tours Play with the IGTA

Over 100 Professionals, from virtually all Tours, have competed on the IGTA Golf Tour.   They receive handicaps of Plus 1 to Plus 4, meaning they give that many  strokes to the field. They return year after year because they agree the system is equitable for all players.   A Pro Player is the Tour's leading money winner with over $150,000.00.  Most pros or scratch golfers normally would not play in Pro-Net events due to the inconsistency of handicap.   The IGTA System works because of the controls in place and the monitoring of all player's scoring.    Several have been DQ'd or suspended for false information.   

News: 12/15/14 Congratulations Justin Peters and Jhared Hack.   Successfully qualified, at PGA National, for the Web.com Tour for 2015.   Congratulations, and have a Great Year!

News: 11/11/14  Congratulations to Jacob Tilton, Evans, Ga for his win on the Florida Professional Tour at Alaqua CC.   His rounds of 70-64-65 199 took home the $2,850.00 first prize plus as much as $7,000.00 in Entry Fee credits.   Jacob won $4,000.00 with the IGTA in July at Heritage Links in Atlanta, Ga.

News: 11/08/14  Tommy Schaff sets an IGTA Tour record with a 63 gross at the Legends Course at Orange Lake.        He posted 9 birdies on his way to a $4,500.00 victory.    The previous record of 64 was held by six players.      Tommy won with the IGTA at Santa Lucia River Club in February after winning the Tour Championship at Waldorf Astoria GC in December for $6,200.00.

News: 11/01/14  Congratulations to Justin Peters for his $37,000 victory at Red Hawk G C in Sparks, Nev. for an eGolf Tour Championship.    He birdied the first playoff hole for the Win!   Justin was the inaugural winner of the Golf Channel Big Break and first played with the IGTA in January 2005. 

News: 11/02/14  Congratulations to Marco Dawson (T12) in the Schwab Cup Championship for $61,500 on the Champions Tour.    As a first year competitor on the Tour, Marco earned $952,000 in 18 events with 8 top tens.  

Now Over 240 Consecutive Tournaments Paying at least $4,000.00 First Prize!

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Fourteen Years $3,900,000.00 paid to the Players. All Golfers looking to get their foot in the door of competitive golf need look no further than the IGTA Tour. We are a pro-net golf tour that offers nationwide tournaments that are great for amateurs and professionals alike.

Even Par Net Pays $60,100.00 per year and at least $1,000.00 in most tournaments!  Even Par and higher, (net 144-150), wins several tournaments each year!    

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