Golf Coaches Association of America
The Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) is a non-profit organization that is a professional association of men’s collegiate golf coaches. It was founded in 1958, and is located on 1225 West Main Street in Norman, Oklahoma.
The GCAA administers the Palmer Cup, the team that represents the United States in the Toyota Junior Golf World Cup, and a number of recognition and educational events each year. It is the main award-granting organization for men's collegiate golf.
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