• Northern Texas PGA Pro-Pro Championship

    Registration is now open for the Pro-Pro Championship slated for Southern Trace Country Club on March 26-27. Be sure that you register today as the March 19 deadline is quickly approaching.

  • KBS TOUR Shafts Pro-Assistant Championship

    The team of Ronny Glanton and Rick Woodson captured the KBS TOUR Shafts Pro-Assistant Championship with rounds of 66-64--130, 10-under par. The event took place Monday, March 5 at Gleneagles Country Club's King's and Queen's courses. Results.

  • AT&T Byron Nelson Qualifying

    Registration is now open for the AT&T Byron Nelson Pre-Qualifying event scheduled for Wednesday, May 9 at Gentle Creek Country Club (primary site) and Firewheel Golf Park - Bridges (overflow site). Register now.

  • Chief David Brown Speaks at NTPGA Education Seminar

    During the NTPGA Education Seminar, former Dallas Police Chief David Brown spoke to the membership about his call to rise. During his tenure, he reduced crime more than any other chief in the departmentís history. Watch his presentation by clicking the headline above.

Professional Winter Series #4

Professional Winter Series #4

Mar 19, 2018
Deadline: Thursday, March 15 at 5:00 p.m. CT
Pro-Pro Championship

Pro-Pro Championship

Mar 26, 2018  -  Mar 27, 2018
Deadline: Monday, March 19 at 5:00 p.m.
Lajitas Golf Resort Pro-Scratch Championship

Lajitas Golf Resort Pro-Scratch Championship

Apr 23, 2018  -  Apr 24, 2018

Video Archive

  • 2017 Golf Professional of the Year

    Congratulations to Tony Martinez, PGA director of golf at Keeton Park Golf Course. Martinez was named the 2017 Northern Texas PGA Golf Professional of the Year. Watch the video above to learn more about Tony's story and great works that earned him this recognition. 


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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