The Stationers' Golf Association

Providing members with exclusive access to premier golf clubs, events, outings and more throughout the New York Metropolitan area including Long Island, Northern New Jersey, Westchester and Fairfield County, Connecticut. 


S.G.A. Is Your Place To Play

Who Are We?

Your Ticket To Premier Golfing In New York

The Stationers' Golf Association (S.G.A.) has a 100+ year History. The SGA is an Industry Golf Group organized by Eberhardt Faber (of Number 2 Pencil fame) in 1915 as a way for his salespeople to entertain their clients and improve their sales. While membership has opened up to those not necessarily in the printing/stationers business, the traditions that were started as a result of Eberhardt's vision many years ago, live on in the group today.

Golfers of all skill levels are welcomed and represented. Handicaps range from under 10 to over 30. Why not 'pencil' us in this year?


The Metropolitan Golf Association (M.G.A.) recognizes the S.G.A. as a golf club and GHIN (golf handicap index number) registration is included with membership in the S.G.A.  The S.G.A. is a diverse group, dedicated to having fun. It’s a great way to find new relationships and build on old ones through the great sport of golf.

Your Ticket To Premier Golfing In New York

Why Should You Join S.G.A.?

What separates the S.G.A. from other golf associations is the choice of outings at the finest private clubs in the Metropolitan Area: on Long Island, northern New Jersey, Westchester and Fairfield County. 

Become A Member

The Stationers' Golf Association is the golf bargain in the New York Metropolitan Area. In contrast to other private clubs, the S.G.A’s annual membership dues are low and members may play as many or as few times as they wish.

Individual & Corporate Memberships

 S.G.A. membership is available on both an individual and a corporate basis.  The dues for an individual are $200 annually and the corporate rate, for four employees, is $600 annually. Please note that the first year of membership is probationary and that it is mandatory for all new members to play a round with a board member during that period.

S.G.A. Golf Outings & Prizes

WHAT: A typical outing begins with a late morning registration. There is a practice range for warming up, carts are included and forecaddies are available (usually for an additional fee.) Lunch, often on the Club’s patio, is offered.  Shotgun starts at mid-day are the most common as that format allows all of the golfers to finish in time for cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, dinner and prizes.  Locker rooms are accessible for showers and changing; the dress code calls for proper, casual attire. 

WHAT ELSE: Cost of the outings range from $400-$600, payable at the registration table.  Guests are welcomed, sometimes for a modest up-charge.  Announcements are sent via e-mail a few weeks before the outing.

At each outing, members compete for a wide range of prizes. Prizes include one for the low gross, several for low net scores. Plus a few awards for shots closest to the pin as well as a guest prize.

During the season there are competitions where members are divided into flights based on their handicaps. Points are earned based upon net scores at each outing. Points are totaled to determine the winner of the first, second and third place annual award in each of the three flights.

A popular contest is the Match Play Competition where thirty-two golfers play single elimination matches, at full handicap; the winner is awarded a handsome trophy. Trophies are given out at the last outing’s  Awards Dinner.  

WHEN: Outings start in April and end in October. Choose one or go to all.

WHERE: We would love to tell you but our clubs have asked us to keep their information available to MEMBERS ONLY.