The Oregon Golf Association hosts 13 annual championship competitions. Players can choose from various formats as the OGA Championships feature stroke play, match play, team and net score competitions throughout the season. The OGA, originally founded in 1924, was established with the sole purpose of conducting the Oregon Amateur Championship. Now the OGA Championships schedule spans from April through October.
This year's schedule is loaded with top-flight courses from across the region. Venues include (but aren't limited to) Black Butte Ranch - Big Meadow, Cross Water, Emerald Valley and The Oregon golf Club, which plays host to teh 108th Oregon Amateur Championship this June.
In addition, the OGA's competitions department administers the region's qualifying tournaments for national championships held by the United States Golf Association (USGA). The USGA promotes and conserves the true spirit of the game of golf as embodied in its ancient and honorable traditions, while also acting in the best interests of the game for the continued enjoyment of those who love and play it.