The Attleboro Area Golf Association is in it’s 57th year of conducting golf tournaments for local golfers. The association was founded in 1961 by George Fredette, Alex Ohlson, and Mal Wendell, three golf enthusiasts whose love for the game spawned their desire to cultivate the benefits of golf by broadening its scope and horizon in the Attleboro area.
The A.A.G.A was formed for the purpose of organizing competitive golf tournaments for amateur golfers in the Attleboro area. Annual tournaments are held for men, women, juniors and seniors, with the crown jewel being the four-day A.A.G.A. Men’s Championship.
The A.A.G.A. is especially dedicated to perpetuating the game of golf for generations to come and as a result, sponsors junior clinics, college scholarships and recognizing great golfing contributors with its Hall of Fame inductions. Finally, the A.A.G.A. realizes that it can only continue to be successful with the complete cooperation of the area golf courses and their management.