What is the AGT?
The Accelerated Golf Tour is a series of two-day tournaments, designed for the competitive golfer. College distances and strong course ratings are an important element in the college recruiting process, and make the Accelerated Golf Tour a standout choice! The AGT began in the St. Louis metro area over 14 years ago, and STILL requires NO MEMBERSHIP FEE! It is open to high school and collegiate golfers across the country, classified into four competitive divisions….college men, college women, high school men and high school women. Scores reported to the AJGA and Junior Golf Scoreboard.
Why Coaches Recommend the AGT
College Length Course Set Up: Men – 6,600+ / Women – 6,000+
Course Set-up to USGA Standards
Certified Rules Officials ~ Pace of Play Enforced
Coaches prefer observing a two-day event for player temperament and course management
Coaches have recruited and improved their team with AGT players
2024 Tournaments – Registration Coming Soon!
The AGT awards Annual College Scholarships to current players.
Visit the Scholarship page for more information
PAST AGT TOURNAMENT FINAL RESULTS
The final results for all AGT tournaments can be viewed by clicking on the Tournament menu above. Past tournaments results are listed at the bottom of the page.
Congratulations to our AGT Tour Administrator Carol Fromuth.
She was named the 2020 National Coach of the Year by the National High School Athletic Coaches Association.
In 2022 she and her team are pictured with the Missouri State High School Association trophy for the seventh consecutive time as her St. Joseph Academy golf team of ‘Angels’ captured their seventh consecutive Missouri State Championship title.
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The American College Golf Guide
Since 1989, almost 90% of the college golf scholarships in the U.S. have gone to readers of the College Golf Guide, and almost all college golf coaches who have graduated from high school since 1989 have used the College Golf Guide in their college search.