Have you heard of the Mediocre Golf Association?
If you’re not playing for your paycheck on the weekend, there’s a good chance you’re no better than an average golfer.
Or, to put it bluntly, odds are you’re mediocre.
And, boy, do we have a golf tournament for you.
Registration opens soon for the Mediocre Golf Association World Championship, which takes place Nov. 11 – 12 at Revere Golf Club in Henderson, Nevada, just outside Las Vegas.
Yeah, we said November, three months from now. But mediocre golf requires some effort. And some planning. To qualify for the event, you have to be a member in good standing of the Mediocre Golf Association, an organization devoted to exactly what its name suggests. (From now through the end of the year, a basic membership will run you $24.99.)
You also have to have played in at least three local events on the MGA Tour, which are held every month in dozens of cities from March through October in the run-up to the World Championship.
And what, exactly, is the MGA Tour?
Think of it as the PGA Tour, with the first letters swapped out and all those really good golfers exchanged for mediocre ones.
Thank you for reading – Have you heard of the Mediocre Golf Association? It sounds like a weird group!
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