We Grow Golf.
History and Our Role in the Industry

The Ontario Golf Superintendents' Association (OGSA) is an Association made up of golf course superintendents, assistant superintendents, golf course suppliers, students, educators, owners and architects.

The OGSA was formed in 1924 to benefit the superintendent in Ontario. Its main purpose is to provide up-to-date information on the needs and challenges facing the superintendent and to elevate the status of the profession to benefit all members.

Our Mission Statement

"OGSA is committed to serving its members, advancing their profession and enriching the quality of golf and its environment"

The OGSA works to accomplish this through constant communication to the members, with a dedicated Board of Industry professionals working for the association and its membership.  The OGSA produces a trade magazine published four times per year, weekly short e mail blasts to keep the members informed and a variety of other services, including an employment referral service.   We host our own Golf Course Management Conference and Trade Show held every winter, usually in January. There are also informal meetings and golf tournaments held throughout the year. We also provide our membership with an up-to-date membership directory. 

Contact members of the OGSA Board of Directors and the Executive Manager.

Review the OGSA by-laws by which we are governed.