Chapter News & Announcements
  • Congratulations to the Atlanta Team!

    The Atlanta Chapter team, “Atlanta Dogs”, won 1st place in the Southern Regional Cup Qualifier at Callaway Gardens. Read more

  • Atlanta Chapter Elections

    It is time to elect the next slate of Chapter Leaders!  We have three wonderful opportunities for you to join the LPGA Amateurs Atlanta Chapter Board. Read more

  • September Golf Tournament Added to the Schedule

    The Chimneys Golf Course in Winder, Georgia has been added to the LPGA Amateurs Atlanta golf tournament schedule. There are five (5) tournaments scheduled for the remainder of the 2022 season. Read more.


  • PGA Amateurs Atlanta Challenge Cup is Starting & More

    The LPGA Amateurs Atlanta Chapter Challenge Cup starts April 1, 2022. There are a few open slots. Read more

  • Georgia Senior Women's Golf Association

    Georgia Senior Women's Golf Association is a group of women 50 and older who gather twice a year to play two-day tournaments. Read more

  • Challenge Cup Registration is Open!

    The Challenge Cup is the LPGA Amateurs Atlanta chapter season-long Match Play competition. Registration is open today! Read more

  • 2022 Magnolia Challenge: Pre-Registration is now open!

    Pre-Registration for the 2022 Magnolia Challenge is now open. By pre-registering now, this gives us your Intent to Play so we can plan and allow for fair participation per chapter, based on numbers and responses.  Read more.

  • Championship Sectional Qualifiers Registration is Open
    Registration for the four Championship Sectional Qualifiers is now open. Read more.

  • 2022 Magnolia Challenge: Save the Date!

    The Savannah-Hilton Head Chapter will graciously host this years’ Magnolia Challenge (formerly known as the Dixie Cup) from Friday, November 11 through Sunday, November 13, 2022.  Read more

  • Atlanta Birmingham Challenge

    The Atlanta Birmingham Challenge is a yearly competition between the Atlanta Chapter and the Birmingham AL Chapter. This was a particularly challenging year but not because of COVID-19. Oh the rain! The team played in wet and muddy conditions averaging 15K to 17K steps every day at the Grand National Lake Course, a Robert Trent Jones Trail course, in Opelika, AL.

    The final score was 16 to 14 Birmingham beating Atlanta. Hats off and a big thank you to the team for representing the ATL. The 2022 challenge is back in Atlanta so consider participating next year.  

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