Two years later, in 1905, the first-ever Massachusetts Open Championship was contested at Vesper Country Club. Both these events rank among some of the nation's oldest and most storied state championships. The MGA now runs 12 state championships annually.
Information from past years is currently being collected and will be posted as soon as possible. At this time, you can access past results, fun facts, and photos from the Open, Amateur and Junior Amateur Championships (see links below).
|Amateur Championship||1903||Arthur G. Lockwood|
|Junior Amateur Championship||1914||Raymond Ouimet|
|Senior Amateur Championship||1961||William O. Blaney|
|Father & Son Championship||1977||Addison & Flynt Lincoln|
|Four-Ball Championship||1981||Walter Sharis & Warren Nelson|
|Father & Daughter Championship||1981||Fordie & Mary Lou Pitts|
|Amateur Public Links Championship||1982||Don Reycroft|
|Mid-Amateur Championship||1984||Peter Drooker|
|Senior Four-Ball Championship||1997||Fordie Pitts & Ed Fletcher|
|Super Senior Amateur Championship||2014||Peter Brumme|
Fordie & Mary Lou Pitts
William O. Blaney