Upcoming Events

LPGA Amateurs Golf Association Seattle - Year End Invitational

The LPGA AGA Seattle Chapter invites you to join us in Arizona to compete for two days on a couple of Scottsdale's finest championship golf courses, Raptor and Talon at Grayhawk Golf Club, future home of the NCAA Golf Championship 2020-2022.

Teams will consist of two players. The first day will be played as best ball and the final round will be played as individuals. Total team score will combine all three scores. Stableford scoring with all rounds handicapped. Divisions will be determined once field is established. Co-Ed teams will be in a separate division.

The top teams in each division, Gross and Net, will take home the trophies and prizes. 

And after the last putt drops each day, you'll have plenty of time to enjoy the other bests in Scottsdale, like the world-class destination resorts, great dining venues and the vibrant downtown Scottsdale nightlife.

Participants will be responsible for securing their own accommodations. There is not a block of rooms reserved but being a resort town there are many options to choose from.  

This is an exclusive 40-team event and we expect the field to fill up rapidly, so don't delay. Get your partner organized and get signed up.

Cost: $300 per player, which covers two days of golf with cart, practice facility and prize fund.

Date: December 29, 2018 and December 30, 2018 

: Grayhawk Golf Club, 8620 East Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Signup deadline: December 1st, 2018


About LPGA Amateurs Golf Association and Seattle Chapter

100,000 connected – 12,000 strong

As the world's largest amateur women's golf association, the LPGA Amateur Golf Association (formerly EWGA) has about 12,000 members, with chapters in nearly every major U.S. market, as well as in Bermuda, Canada and Italy. Since 1991, the tax-exempt organization has won awards and helped change the golf industry, but most importantly, has connected with more than 100,000 women who love golf, making friends and forging business relationships. For more info about the LPGA Amateur Golf Association see https://lpgaamateurs.com/

The Seattle Chapter

Since 1993, the LPGA Amateurs Golf Association (formerly EWGA) Seattle Chapter has promoted the growth of women's golf in the Pacific Northwest.  We welcome all women interested in golf, if

  • You are an avid golfer, looking for organized events at local and national courses
  • You want to play golf, but can't find the people, places or the right time
  • You want an opportunity to learn the rules of the game or golf etiquette
  • You want to learn about golf handicaps and how to get one
  • You travel and want a source for woman-friendly courses and or friendly golf companions in other areas
  • You want to test or improve your golf skills through friendly competitions
then come join us. Sign up to become a member

Check out our President Teresa Miller on King5 News!

Teresa Miller King5 News

Teresa Miller of LPGA Amateurs - Seattle Chapter talks about Augusta National's new women's golf tournament.

Home of Masters Tournament to host women's championship

"That was absolutely awesome!!!!!  Wow...you are signed for the LPGA Women Who Play road show! 

Congrats...you looked like a natural and thank you again for your support of the LPGA overall.  I have to say that, besides hearing us say the name at the news conference, LPGA Women Who Play really did have a great ring to it in the interview. -- Jane Geddes, LPGA Women Who Play Executive Director"

2018 Birdies, Eagles and Accomplishments

For 2018 we will continue having fun, if you have a birdie, eagle, hole-in-one or any other fun accomplishment during your golf round, take a picture and with the hash-tag #EWGASeaBird18 send it to our president and post it on social media. Our president will be building a photo album to share at the year-end banquet. 
Send the photo, with the date, golf course, hole #, and whether it’s a birdie, eagle, etc.


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