Join us on the cutting edge of innovation as we seek ways to make golf more fun for the rest of us, the 20 million recreational players.
The Alternative Golf Association launched its Project Flogton in January 2011 and got the golf world abuzz. Whew, did we ever learn a lot in a year. (No, sorry, we still can't hit a 300-yard drive.) You can read the highlights and lowlights in our one-year summary.
Visit our Press Archives to see articles by The Wall Street Journal, Golf Week, Golf Digest and Asian Business Golf. Thousands of visitors from 66 countries have clicked in to see what the fuss is all about. Your suggestions will help build this game, so let your voice be heard by registering for full access to events, forums and updates. We'll keep you posted!
View Commissioner Scott McNealy's groundbreaking Flogton introduction here!
The AGA has been listening to its community, including players, equipment makers and golf course operators. Commissioner Scott McNealy even convened a rules workshop to develop new Flogton formats - try them out and let the AGA know what you think! (Heckling, anyone?)
You make the rules here
How was your game of Flogton? If you've played, the Alternative Golf Association wants your feedback about the experience and your views about establishing rules and creating equipment. Take our easy online poll here. If after you've played a few more times and you have more to say, feel free to take it again.
Flogton’s partnership with the A Position brings you top-rate reports and blogs from professional golf writers who are fun to read. Check out the page here.
How to play
They've got a rulebook, we've got an instruction sheet. Check it out here, try it out and share your ideas as Project Flogton develops new formats and rules.
Innovators, engineers and scientists, check in with Project Flogton's equipment guru and get started on clubs and balls that can really help the average player.
18 players tried out Flogton for nine holes at Metropolitan Golf Links in Oakland, California. Check out their feedback, then conduct your own Project Flogton experiment and tell us about it.
Who are these people anyway?
Find out about the Alternative Golf Association and its mission here.