The American Go Journal: The AGJ, published from 1949 to 2003, was the oldest English-language go periodical going when it ceased publication in 2003. Back issues contain a wealth of articles and information you can't get anywhere else.
The AGA Rules of Go: The official American Go Association rules, designed to ensure a definitive result among any two players under any conditions. A concise version of the AGA rules is also available.
The Way to Go: Karl Baker's classic instruction manual is available for free download.
How to Play Against the Stronger Player Volumes 1 and 2: This popular Japanese "Super Go" series helps players to improve their handicap go. Translated and produced by Steve Bretherick and John Stephenson of the Wings Go Club, Volume 1 and Volume 2 are now available for download in English at no charge. The AGA is grateful to the Japan Go Association for making this possible.
- Go on Go: The legendary Go Seigen offers detailed analysis of some of his famous games, and other historical matchups. This book was made available for download by the Wings Go Club. The AGA is grateful to the Japan Go Association for making this possible.
The Official AGA Tournament Guide: Everything you need to know to run a successful AGA rated tournament.
Official policies and procedures for running AGA tournaments: Additional information on running a rated tournament on the tournament resources page.
Knockout Draw Sheet: Attractively laid out sheet for conducting a 16 player single knockout tournament.
The AGA Archive: Thousands of historical documents pertaining to American go, and many other related subjects. There is also an extensive collection of Japanese material.
Go in America: This history of American go was presented to the First International Conference on Baduk in Seoul, Korea in 2001, and published in the proceedings of that conference.
AGA Brochure: This is the brochure we mail out to new members and interested parties. Please feel free to print, copy and distribute as many copies as you can!
- How to Start a Go Club: Easy, step-by-step process anyone can use to to organize a stable group of local players.