Have questions about college? You will get answers at the Free Scholarship Seminar scheduled for Saturday, January 22, 2022.
CLICK HERE for more information.

The final results for each tournament can be viewed by clicking on the Tournaments link above and clicking on the name of the course that the event is scheduled to play.

CLICK HERE to view the Points of the Year chart.

We are working on the 2022 Schedule of Events. If you have any suggestions on courses, let us know and we will see if we can arrange an AGT event. Send your selections to cfromutth@gmail.com.


He was our mentor, our advisor, our friend…Steve Spray, former Golf Professional at St. Louis Country Club for 34 years, passed away on May 15, 2020. He was always there for us at the AGT…he rounded up stray golfers to get them to the first tee on time, he started the field off many times, he drove all over the golf course to keep the pace of play on schedule, he had water for players….whatever was asked of Steve, he was there for us.
He loved working with young golfers instilling in them the same love of the game of golf that he cherished. He guided us in the development of the AGT and kept us on the right path as we progressed through the past 9 years.

Hit ’em long and straight, Mr. Spray. We love you.

Stephanie, Steve’s daughter, has requested that any money donated to Steve be placed in a Scholarship Fund in Steve’s name to be administered by the Accelerated Golf Tour. All donations can be sent to this address:
Accelerated Golf Tour
Steve Spray Memorial Account
1504 Kehrs Mill Road
Chesterfield, MO 63005

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. She is holding the Missouri State High School Association trophy for the fifth consecutive time as her St. Joseph Academy golf team of ‘Angels’ captured their fifth straight Missouri State Championship title.

What will 2021 hold for Carol and her team? Good luck and good golf as we begin a new golf year.

Congratulations, Susan…a long overdue honor. Thank you for all that you do for our players whether it is golf lessons, advice, thoughtful lunches or whatever. You are a secret weapon for our players!

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COVID-19 Coronavirus and College Athletics

In March 2020, the NCAA granted spring sport student-athletes an extra year of eligibility due to the spring season being shortened by the COVID-19 coronavirus – but denied basketball and other winter sports.
In August 2020, the NCAA granted a blanket waiver to retain an extra year of eligibility to all fall sport athletes due to the pandemic – even if the athletes compete during the fall season. All fall sport student-athletes will receive both an additional year of eligibility and an additional year in which to complete it,
Golf is defined as a “spring sport” by the NCAA, even though there is fall competition, and will only be affected by the extra year given due to the shortened spring 2020 season.
In August 2020, the NCAA Eligibility Center partnered with the NCAA membership to identify changes to the initial-eligibility certification process for students who initially enroll full time in a collegiate institution during the 2021-22 academic year. Click this link for initial-eligibility changes.
In September 2020, the NCAA D-I Council extended the recruiting dead period through the end of 2020. Thus no in-person recruiting can take place through the end of 2020.
Click this COVID-19 link for up-to-date NCAA information on recruiting, competition and athlete safety regarding the coronavirus pandemic.
Click this link for NAIA updates for the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Click for NJCAA updates for COVID-19.