Non-members may participate as ‘guests’ in up to two Chapter golf/education events or league dates prior to joining LPGA Amateurs. Guests are assumed to be prospective members and their participation is intended to introduce them to the membership experience. Multi-day events such as Getaway Weekends are considered one event.
Procedure: Guests must register (or be registered by a member) and pay stated event/league drop-in fee prior to stated deadline.
*We are waiving this requirement for the 2021 Topgolf Winter Clinics / Play! We are recruiting new members and hope they see what we are all about during this time! The rule will resume once we begin play after February 20th!
Chapter Events/Leagues/Clinics may be canceled (or halted) due to unsafe weather or course conditions. Such cancelations are made jointly by the Chapter Manager and the golf course staff.
General Fee Policy
Registration fees for Chapter Events, Leagues, Clinics, etc. are based on contract pricing negotiated with a golf course/facility, plus a small upcharge to cover payment processing and admin costs (if done thru Golf Genius). The Chapter makes every effort to keep participation fees as low as possible and does not set fees to make a profit.
Members and guests must pay published participation fees regardless of any special status/rates they may be eligible for at a given golf course. This applies only to events posted and charged thru Golf Genius.
Missed Deadline Policy
Post-deadline registrations are strongly discouraged but may be possible on a case-by-case basis—at the discretion of the Event/League Manager and/or Finance Director.
LPGA AMATEUR GOLF ASSOCIATION CODE OF CONDUCT
It is the shared privilege of LPGA Amateur Golf Association, members and tournament competitors to be welcomed by private clubs and courses for social events and tournament play. As guests, all members share the responsibility of demonstrating exemplary conduct, sportsmanship, and courtesy at all times. Further, members are reminded that we represent the LPGA, its tour players, teachers, girls’ golf members and fellow amateurs’ members. The game of golf is centered around integrity and proper etiquette. Behavior contrary to this is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
Any breach to the code of contact related to the following:
If a breach occurs it can be grounds for a warning, penalty, disqualification, suspension or termination of membership based off the severity of the situation. Such abuse may be verbal or physical or threat thereof and includes but is not limited to; the use of obscene language, extreme disrespect to a fellow member or physical damage to property or equipment including that of the LPGA Amateur Golf Association or the host facility.
Examples of a breach in the Code of Conduct directed at entity and may result in consequence include (but are not limited to) the following:
Code of Conduct Steps at Chapter Level:
Code of Conduct Steps at Events:
*The LPGA Amateur Golf Association has the authority to revoke a membership at anytime if any serious misconduct occurs.