MGWA National Awards Dinner

It is with regret that we announce the cancellation of the

2020 MGWA National Awards Dinner

due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The Dinner will be rescheduled for a date TBD in 2021.


Although the Dinner was canceled, the need to support

the caddie scholarship funds and other charities that the Dinner benefits was not.  

If you'd like to donate, please click here.


Our 2020 honorees will be celebrated at next year’s Dinner. 

We hope to see you then!

Until then, please stay safe.


The MGWA’s National Awards Dinner is the longest-running and often the largest golf Dinner held annually in the U.S. All of golf’s governing bodies — the USGA, PGA of America, LPGA and PGA TOUR — actively support the Dinner, and up to 600 industry leaders, local golfers and golf groups attend. Formed in 1952, the MGWA continues to serve the game by honoring outstanding champions and contributors, promoting golf journalism, and raising money for the caddie scholarship programs of Long Island, New Jersey and Westchester/Fairfield, the MGA Foundation and the Dave Marr Journalism Scholarship at Columbia University. To date, over $2 million has been raised for these charitable endeavors.


The MGWA recognizes golf's greatest players, contributors and organizations at the Dinner.  The list of past Gold Tee Award recipients -- the MGWA's highest honor -- reads like a Who's Who of golf luminaries:  Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Patty Berg, Byron Nelson, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Nancy Lopez, and Annika Sorenstam among others.  Recent Gold Tee Award winners include Fred Couples, Nick Price, Davis Love III, Mark O'Meara and Padraig Harrington.  In 2019, Jim Furyk was honored with the Gold Tee Award.