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to the aberdeen oilman’s golf association

Founded in 1979. AOGA supports local charities through golfing activities and tournaments, sponsored by Energy sector companies

Celebrating 40 Years supporting Local Charities from 1997 – 2019

AOGA, the Aberdeen Oilman’s Golf Association was formed in 1979.  The Aberdeen Petroleum Club was a regular meeting place for the Aberdeen Golfing fraternity and in 1979 it was muted by a group of keen golfers that it would be a good idea to have an annual tournament.  The Gleneagles hotel, with the two superb Kings and Queens courses, was selected as the venue.  Headed up by some of the Oil Industry’s major service companies, a committee was formed and AOGA was born.

Since then, AOGA has raised over £900,000 for local and childrens charities across Scotland , and as the Association celebrates its 40th year, looks forward to working with partners, sponsors and friends to continue to raise money for good causes.

The 2019 tournament takes place at Gleneagles from the 7th-9th June 2019.  For information regarding participating, sponsorship opportunities and other information, please contact any of our Committee Members who will be happy to assist.

Gleneagles

the home of golf in scotland

With World-Class, Championship Golf-Courses, Gleneagles is truly the home of golf in Scotland.  Gleneagles has hosted a number of significant golf tournaments – the most notable being the 2014 Ryder Cup, played on the PGA Centenary Course designed by Jack Nicklaus, and is the venue for our Annual Fundraising Tournament.

  • 4 Golf Courses
  • 63 holes of Golf, with two 19th holes!
  • The PGA National Golf Academy
  • Available all year round to members, visitors and guests
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Local Charities and Beneficiaries

Supported Charities

The 2015 AOGA Tournament event raised more than £70,000 for local charities.  The primary beneficiaries were MacMillan Nurses who received £25,000 and other charities to receive donations were Fighting For SightFriends of Marlpool School, Paul Lawrie Golf Foundation, The Oil & Gas Chaplincy, The Seaton Community Church Food Bank  and Highland Hospice Inverness.

The 2014 AOGA Tournament event raised more than £104,000 for local charities - Charities benefiting from this years event were Paul Lawrie Golf Foundation £26,500, UCAN £20,000, MacMillan Nurses £20,000, Oil Industry Chaplaincy Fund £7,500, PGA Charity £11,000, Archies Foundation £10,000, Friends of ASN (Marlpool School) £5,000 and Seaton Foodbank £4,000.

The 2013 AOGA Tournament event raised more than £70,000 for local charities - Charities benefiting from this years event were Paul Lawrie Golf Foundation £25,000, UCAN £25,000, Oil Industry Chaplaincy Fund £10,000, Friends of Marlpool School £5,000, Highland Hospice £2500 and Aberdeen Foodbank £2500.

Our Committee

The AOGA Committee work throughout the year to promote the association, attract sponsorship and to organise the annual tournament at Gleneagles
David Bloom
David Bloom
Finance
Dawn Munro
Dawn Munro
Committee Secretary
Doug Sedge
Doug Sedge
AOGA Chairman
Ian Jack
Ian Jack
Committee Member
Pat Sibille
Pat Sibille
Committee Member