The aG Tour Update: What's Here & Coming Soon
Updated: Apr 9
For those of you not lucky enough to live in year-round golf country, we have several friendly competitions that are sure to lift your spirits!
Our multiple formats offer something for everyone, but let’s be honest. Most dive into competition for bragging rights. And perhaps the prizes. Especially that aG Curve on the line in the Ryder Cup SIM Series....
That wasn’t a typo. The Ryder Cup SIM Series Champion will walk away with an aG Curve. Or at least the design for one, because each is custom made and installed just for you.
Without further ado, here’s a rundown of current events (or you can check them out along with an indoor golf center near you on the aG Locker app).
The Ryder Cup SIM Series
The Ryder Cup SIM Series is a multi-stage competition beginning with two qualifying rounds. You still have time to enter for your chance to join one of 24 elite players divided into two teams for a playoff.
The top 12 players will be given access to the 43rd Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits. As if that weren’t awesome enough, they’ll step in a sim during the event to play a championship round to determine the winner of an aG Curve! For more about the competition, go here.
Looking to dip your toes into aG Tour without purchasing a subscription? The Public Tour is a free series of events that take place every month.
Each month we vary the formats so you can get a taste of the variety offered in our standard aG Tours. These include closest-to-the-pin, longest drive, trick shot, stroke play, and putting competitions. Learn more here.
aG Spring 2021 Tour
This tournament is built around replicating some of the greatest moments in golf. Each week, we’ll be recreating a nail-biter from PGA Tournaments from years past. Players who hole out during the event will have a chance to win a $250 (USD) gift card. Read all about it here.
Pro Long Drivers Online Qualifier
The Pro Long Drivers Association has partnered with aboutGOLF to offer players more ways to qualify for the PLDA World Championships. Very few of us hit the ball at 100% of our ability, but it’s never too late to learn how. Before you enter the qualifying contest, get in a good warm-up session. When you’re in the Online Qualifier, don’t hold back! It’s a lot more fun (and effective) to just let it fly. Get the details here.
Still don’t see a competition that suits your fancy? Contact us and let us know what kind of format you’d like to see!