The AAU Golf program provides an avenue of competition for many ages as well as both genders. For more specific details on competition levels and opportunities please visit the website: www.aaugolf.org and review the AAU Golf handbook.
Location: Tennessee, USA
Dates: July 2015
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Nationally recognized non-profit organization.
Insurance, including general liability and participant accident, is included as a benefit of membership.
Low membership fees.
Low tournament fees.
Freedom and flexibly in conducting programs and hosting events.
Multi-sport membership card allows participants to compete in any sport.
Open entry to the National Championships – any team can participate.
National Championship event programming.
Non-exclusive organization. Anyone can join.
Easy online registration for membership, insurance certificates, license applications and events.
Multi-year membership available – join for 1, 2 or 3 years.
Level 3 Club Membership offering eligibility for tax-exempt status and to accept tax-exempt donations.
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