Privacy at American Amateur Golf Association (AAGA):
At AAGA, we respect personal information and take others privacy very seriously. AAGA’s website is committed to handling personal information in compliance with the specific provisions of applicable privacy laws in the United States.
AAGA may collect the following information: (1) information you provide actively through the website; (2) information from the device that you use to access the online services; (3) information about your use of the online services, including video viewing, which may be collected through cookies/tracking technologies and/or (4) information from third parties.
How do we share information?
- Within AAGA, and with third party suppliers, in order to provide you with the online services.
- With other third party (e.g., law enforcement agencies) where required by law or where required as part of a corporate transaction (e.g., if a company is sold);
- With third parties for marketing and advertising purposes (this may vary across different countries or states accordance with law.) California residents can access a list of these third parties.
How is information protected?
We provide electronic, physical, and procedural safeguards to protect information. But please be aware that, no security system can prevent all potential security breaches.
Where is information processed?
American Amateur Golf Association headquarters is in Murrieta California where information is processed in the United States.
Children and Privacy
We do not knowingly collect or store any personal information from children under the age of 18, except where otherwise indicated. If a parent or guardian becomes aware that his or her child under 18 has provided us with information without his or her consent, he or she should contact us at on our Contact Page. As required by law, we will delete such information from our files within reasonable time.
Your rights and choices:
AAGA provides online services users with access to and choices about their information as required by law. This includes rights to unsubscribe from marketing, opt out of targeted advertising and revoke permissions previously provided (e.g. you may revoke permissions to have a mobile app use your location). Some online services may not be available or there may be impact on functionality when you make these choices.
Tracking/Cookies and Ads:
We may use the information we collect about your use of online services from your browsing behavior to provide you with online advertisements that might be relevant to you. You can opt out of this. The effect of opting out is controlled by third parties; they may still collect your usage information for analytic, research or internal operations purposes.
Cookies/tracking technologies are used on some online services to serve ads. By using our online services you are consenting to the use of these cookies/tracking technologies but you do have choices about cookies/tracking technologies. Some online services may not be available or there may be impact on functionality when you make these choices.
If you have questions about the privacy practices of our online services, please contact us at Contact Page. Please include specific information about the online services you are using and your question so we can respond as soon as possible.