Association News & Announcements
  • Headspace
    Members receive two months of membership with Headspace for free. To access the complimentary code visit the My Offers page in the Member Clubhouse. 

  • Instruction
    Want an easy way to improve your putting at home? LPGA Professional Cathy Kim has a drill for you to improve your speed and accuracy - all you need is a sleeve of golf balls! Click here to view this drill. For more video instructions and tips visit this direct link

  • Drive on for the Future
    Drive on for the Future - Join the LPGA $50 for 50% movement! The LPGA Foundation is on a mission to change this trend and reach 50% female participation in the game. The Foundation includes LPGA Amateurs, Girls Golf, LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals and more. You can find out more about The LPGA Foundation and make a donation here: app.mobilecause.com/vf/DRIVE/team/LPGAAMs

  • Golf Fore Africa

    Due to unanticipated circumstances, the review of the Nancy Oliver- Act Like A Founder Award nominees will begin in December followed by the selection and announcement of the winner after the first of the year. We appreciate your understanding and we look forward to recognizing our dedicated LPGA Amateurs volunteers during this process.


  • Biggest Loser Handicap Challenge
    Registration is Open for Biggest Loser Handicap Challenge - How low can you go? The goal of this National challenge is to lower your Handicap Index. Participants are flighted and the winners of each flight will receive a prize. The player who lowers her Handicap Index by the most strokes will win the Grand Prize - a round of golf for the winner and a guest with 2-time LPGA Major Champion, Brittany Lincicome! Click HERE to register by May 15 and learn more.


  • New podcast “Talk Birdie to Me”
    The LPGA Women’s Network has launched their new podcast “Talk Birdie to Me.”  Hosted by former LPGA Tour player turned journalist Anya Alvarez, this podcast is the first of its kind and is dedicated to sharing conversations centered around women's golf and the issues you care about most.  Click here to listen to the first episode featuring Cheyenne Woods and Shasta Averyhardt who share their thoughts on diversity and representation in golf.