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Hytera US Becomes Presenting Sponsor of Texas Mid-Amateur through 2026

The Texas Golf Association is excited to announce a three-year partnership with Hytera US, an industry leader in digital radio communications. The California-based company becomes the presenting sponsor of one of the TGA’s four major championships though 2026.

The 41st Texas Mid-Amateur presented by Hytera US will be played Sept. 6-8 at Denton Country Club. Registration for the 13 single-day qualifying tournaments across the state for this year’s championship began on May 1 and is available by clicking here. The 42nd Texas Mid-Amateur presented by Hytera US will be played in 2025 at Champions Golf Club in Houston. In 2026, the 43rd Texas Mid-Amateur presented by Hytera US moves to Wichita Falls Country Club.

“We’re excited to partner with Hytera US for the next three years,” said Kevin Porter, the TGA’s Director of Competitions for North Texas. “Communication at our events is critical to conducting a successful tournament, and Hytera’s radios have been instrumental in keeping staff, volunteers, and club personnel connected. We’re proud to use Hytera radios across all of our events, as well as have Hytera US as the presenting sponsor of one our biggest state championships.”

Along with the Texas Amateur, the Texas Senior Amateur, and the Texas Four-Ball, the Texas Mid-Amateur presented by Hytera US is one of four TGA major championships for men. The qualifying tournaments are open to males aged 25 and older as of Sept. 6, 2024, with a World Handicap System™ Index of 8.4 or lower. The starting field at the 41st Texas Mid-Amateur presented by Hytera US will be comprised of 132 players who earned entry into the championship through an exemption category or by advancing out of one of the qualifiers.

Format for the championship is 54 holes individual stoke play with a cut to the low 54 scorers and ties after two rounds. In addition to the prize awarded to the overall champion, there also will be special recognition for the mid-master (players aged 40 and older) returning the lowest 54-hole score.

“We’re enthusiastic about this opportunity to partner with the Texas Golf Association,” said Tom Wineland, Vice President of Sales for Hytera US. “We hope to showcase our products to the Texas Mid-Amateur competitors, as well as the TGA Membership as a whole. I know there are some business owners among them, and we’d love to help them with all of their digital communications needs.”

Bolstered by its industry-leading research and development and state-of-the-art manufacturing, Hytera US brings next-generation radio technology to the market. Hytera US provides high-quality, cost-effective radio systems that are reliable and durable. For more than 15 years, Hytera US and its experience staff of radio professionals have cemented themselves as the domestic experts in Digital Mobile Radio (DMR), Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC), and other related communication technologies.

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