Dec. 21-Tee Times begin at 9:16 register here
Jan. 04 - tee times start at 9:16
Jan. 11 - tee times start at 9:16
Jan. 18 - tee times start at 9:16
Jan. 25 - tee times start at 9:16
Feb. 01 - Super Bowl Event at Shula’s– No Golf
Feb. 08 - tee times start at 9:16
Feb. 15 - tee times start at 9:16
Feb. 22 - tee times start at 9:24
Feb. 29 - tee times start at 11:00
LPGA Amateur Golf Association Member Benefits – Miami Specific
Golf Clothes and Equipment:
President - Carolyn Caplan
Member Recruitment Director - Jackie Cox
Member Services Director - Satoko Umeda
Events & Activities Director - Jan Smith
Finance & Records Director - Jennifer West
Communications Director - Carolyn Caplan
Marketing Director - Jeri Goodkin-Dausey
Want to get involved? Make new friends? Have a say in what the Miami Chapter is doing? VOLUNTEER! Members are welcome and needed to help. Contact Carolyn Caplan via email or call her at 216-509-4200.
8 AM Shotgun Start
Shula's Golf Course - 7601 Miami Lakes Drive, Miami Lakes, Fl
$65 - members, $70 guests (Includes Golf, Lunch & Prizes)
Team Low Net with a "Twist"
Lunch (included) following golf at Shula's Steak 2 Restaurant
6842 Main Street, Miami Lakes
Questions? Contact Jackie Cox
League Season begins in October and usually runs through April at Shula's Golf Club, 7601 Miami Lakes Dr, Miami Lakes, FL. There is a one time league fee of $35. A valid USGA handicap is required to compete in league play. Miami LPGA Amateur members do not have to join the league to play each week, however that member will not be eligible for prizes. Weekly green fees will be approximately $32.00 (tax included). Tee times will vary and will be announced by email a week prior to play. Non-LPGA Amateur guests are welcome but must pay current guest rate, and will not be eligible for prizes. Non-LPGA Amateur Golf Association guests are limited to three events/league play per year. Weekly emails will be sent each Saturday for registration for the upcoming Saturday.
No, you do not have to be a good or experienced golfer to join any chapter of the LPGA Amateur Golf Assn. In fact, many of our members are beginning golfers who have improved since joining, and they remember what it was like to be a new golfer.
We recommend new golfers take lessons from a PGA or LPGA golf professional. Check out local golf instructors here!
Once new golfers have taken a lesson series, our chapter tries to provide an environment where women can learn to play golf without pressure, pairing new golfers with experienced players willing to mentor them. We schedule league play at several different local courses covering a range of difficulty to help accommodate golfers of all skill levels.
Being a short hitter isn’t the cause of slow play, being inaccurate however does add time to the round. What you do – or fail to do – between shots sets the pace of play, not the number of strokes you take. Following the guidelines below will keep things moving along smoothly, earning you the approval of the marshal and the gratitude of the group behind you.
Things you can do to keep up the pace of play:
• Before starting the round, load up your pockets with tees, divot repair tool, ball markers and an extra ball.
• Play “ready golf”: whoever is ready to hit, goes ahead – especially shorter hitters who can’t reach the group ahead.
• Develop a concise pre-shot routine and limit the number of practice swings you take.
• If you think your ball may be lost or out of bounds, hit a provisional ball, so you don’t have to go back.
• Limit the time you search for a lost ball.
• When riding a cart, drop off your partner at her ball and proceed to yours. If you’re the one riding along, take several clubs with you and start walking down the fairway after you’ve hit instead of waiting to be picked up.
• If you’re playing into the green, take your putter with you as well so you don’t have to go back to the cart.
• Leave your bag or cart on the side of the green that is towards the next tee.
Study your putting line while others are putting and hole out instead of marking your ball.
• The first one to put out, picks up the flagstick and replaces it when everyone is done.
• Don’t linger on the green to mark your score card. Proceed to the next tee and mark cards there.
And the best way to keep up the pace of play? Always, ALWAYS keep up with the group ahead of you!