Golf 2021

The Alabama Senior Olympics is working on hosting this event in the Fall of 2021. Updates will be posted as they become avaiable.


18 Holes








Registration will close TBA.

No late registration will be accepted.

Site Fee:

$65.00 includes 18 holes, green fees, cart & lunch

This is an additional fee to the $45 athlete registration.

Entry Regulations:

1. Golfers must provide their own clubs.

3. PGA members may compete as long as they are not on the PGA Tour and adhere to the Definition of a Professional Rule I of the Official Sport Rules for 2022. The NSGA has the right to determine pro status.


Awards will be presented for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place for each style within each age division.

Minimum Performance Standard for Legislator Course:

Men's 50-64: Slope Rating 131 / White tee

     50-54 = 83     55-59 = 84   60-64 = 85

Men's 65+: Slope Rating 117 / Teal tee

     65-74 = 79     75-84 = 86    85-89 = 89    90+ = 50 (9 holes)

Women's 50+: Slope Rating 121 / Teal tee

     50-54 = 92    55-64 = 93    65-74 = 97    75-79 = 100    80-84 = 101    85-89 = 115    90+ = 60 (9 holes)

NSGA Qualifying Regulations:

See "2022 Qualifications" tab for adjusted guidelines due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

1. Athletes finishing 1st and those meeting this sport’s NSGA minimum performance standards in competition at a 2021 NSGA qualifying games will qualify for the 2022 National Senior Games. Qualifiers will be determined by 18-hole gross score played on a course with a minimum par of 70 and a United States Golf Association (USGA) slope rating between 119 and 126 for men and between 113 and 120 for women. Handicap scores are not acceptable for qualifying. Nine-hole gross scores are permitted only for those 90 and older. In competitions with more than an 18-hole competition, any single 18-hole score meeting the golf minimum performance standard will qualify a competitor for the NSGA tournament. For open state qualifiers, Rule H applies.


For the National Senior Games in 2022 the number of registrants may be limited for some sports/events and registration could reach capacity for the respective sports/events at any point during the Priority Registration Period or the Open Registration Period.  NSGA is unable to guarantee entry into sports/events that reach registration capacity for the 2022 National Senior Games presented by Humana.

2. Any NSGA member organization using a golf course that does meet the NSGA slope ratings is required to complete and submit a waiver. The MPS may be adjusted. 

Link to NSGA Rule Book:

NSGA 2022 Rule Book