The Mediocre Golf Association World Championship was created in 2009, when the MGA expanded from one chapter to a mind blowing four.

It featured 35-ish players and The Belt was fittingly won by the Greatest MGAer Of All Time, Todd “Benoit” Benoit.

The first World Champ and his hype? man.

Since then, the Belt has traveled to a total of seven different chapters and even went overseas when Ireland MGA’s Mike McMorrow won it in 2015.

The reigning Champ is Paul Zambrano from the Orange County chapter in California. You can follow his exploits with The Belt on the Official World Champ Instagram.

The purpose of the MGAWC is to:

  1. Party with mediocre golfers from all over the world.
  2. Crown a World Champion of mediocre golf.

The event is open to any card carrying member of the MGA. However, to make sure we don’t crown a damn dirty sandbagger, there are some eligibility requirements.