New Website for Lake George Golf Assn.

Got2Web LLC is delighted to launch the website for the new Lake George Golf Association. With a clean, intuitive format, comprehensive news feeds and calendars for the association's exciting events, lakegeorgegolf.org brings all the noteworthy tournament updates and gorgeous panoramas to light from the Lake George area.

Lake George Golf AssociationThe Lake George Golf Association was created in 2013 to provide Lake George area golfers a chance to compete, in traditional golf formats, along with golfers from the Rutland, Glens Falls, Saratoga, and Albany areas, and raise money for worthwhile charities.

The Lake George Golf Association is the home of the Spring Two Ball, Got2Golf Invitational, and their flagship tournament, the Lake George Cup. These popular and much loved competitions bring people back for the beauty of their host course's views, the excitement of the game, and the ease of mind that comes from knowing the Lake George Golf Association's focus on contributing to local communities.


All tournaments this year support the Double H Ranch in Lake Luzerne, New York, which serves children with life threatening illnesses. Visit lakegeorgegolf.org to learn more about the Lake George Golf Association and the Double H Ranch, and keep up to date with all the information you need to get the best of golfing in or around the Lake George Region! 

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