• Joyce Crane Section Championship

    Brian Norman captured the Joyce Crane Section Championship with rounds of 70-67--137, 3-under. The Championship was played at Pinecrest Country Club in Longview on Monday, September 18 - Tuesday, September 19. Norman also took home an exemption into the 2018 AT&T Byron Nelson. Results.

  • Joyce Crane Section Championship

    Stuart Hendley captured the Senior Division of the Joyce Crane Section Championship with rounds of 69-70--139, 1-under. The 36-hole Championship was contested at Pinecrest Country Club Monday, September 18 through Tuesday, September 19. Results.

  • Northern Texas PGA Professional Championship

    Ben Kern captured the Northern Texas PGA Professional Championship at The Lakes at Castle Hills after carding a 68-69-137. Kern leads ten other professionals who qualified today from the NTPGA to the 2018 PGA Professional Championship. View the final results here.

  • Member Spotlight - Ashley Thorpe

    This month, I would like to highlight Ashley Thorpe, PGA assistant professional at Brook Hollow Golf Club, who was recently elected to membership in March. Learn more about Ashley here.

Web.com Tour Q-School First Stage

Web.com Tour Q-School First Stage

Oct 3, 2017  -  Oct 6, 2017
Levy Cup Matches

Levy Cup Matches

Oct 15, 2017  -  Oct 17, 2017
Texas Joe Black Cup Matches

Texas Joe Black Cup Matches

Oct 22, 2017  -  Oct 24, 2017

Video Archive

  • Golf Professional of the Year

    Congratulations to Lindy Miller, PGA teaching professional at Shady Oaks Country Club. Miller was named the 2016 Northern Texas PGA Golf Professional of the Year. Watch the video above to learn more about Lindy's story and great works that earned him this recognition. 

     

    View more NTPGA videos here.

NTPGA Junior Tour

  • Northern Texas PGA Junior Tour

    The Northern Texas PGA Junior Tour is one of the largest of its kind in the country. It has a membership of over 4,000 junior golfers ages 7-19 and conducts over 400 tournaments annually. Tournaments vary in their degree of competitiveness and are for junior golfers of all skill levels. Although the NTPGA Junior Tour fosters competition, its primary goals are to grow the game of golf, continue skill development and encourage fellowship, good sportsmanship, honesty and integrity, while setting the stage for a lifetime of playing golf. + Learn more