Charleston Regional West Virginia Chapter
Chapter News & Announcements
  • #DRIVEON Classic - presented by LPGA Amateurs

    December 4-5, 2020 at Sewailo Golf Club at Casino Del Sol, Tucson AZ

    In the spirit of what #DRIVEON means to the LPGA and the resiliency of the LPGA Amateur Golf Association this year, the Stableford will be renamed “#DRIVEON CLASSIC presented by the LPGA Amateurs” benefiting the LPGA Foundation. This event will have two divisions; a two-person stableford team division and an individual stroke play division, which will run concurrently.

    We are excited to announce that there are a limited number of spots available for this new event and we are accepting registrations beginning today, Thursday, October 22, 2020, through Monday, October 26, 2020 

    To learn more and register, Click Here
  •       Tips for Selecting the "Xact"ly Right LPGA Amateurs Logo's Merchandise

    You're invited! Join LPGA Amateurs and Xact Xpressions in a fun webinar which will help members learn how to find and order “Xact”ly what you want to buy with the LPGA Amateurs Chapter logo. 

    LPGA Amateurs Member Benefit Webinar
    Tuesday, Nov 17 at 7:00 PM EST
    Register Now
  • LPGA Amateurs Member Get A Member 
    Presented by Callaway
    It is no secret that our members are our best supporters and promoters of LPGA Amateurs. Now is the time to invite your friends, family, colleagues and others to join LPGA Amateurs during the Member Get A Member drive that runs from October 1, 2020 until June 30, 2021.

    Members who recruit new members under the rules of this Drive can be eligible for special prizes. Details about the Drive can be found at  

    We know that you can help make our target of recruiting 1500 new members by June 30 a reality! 
  •                                 What is the LPGA "Inside Scoop"? 
    LPGA Amateurs members started receiving the LPGA "Inside Scoop" email a few weeks ago. The intent of this communication is specifically designed to provide “inside” exclusive information about the LPGA Tour to give our members access to information at the same time as other members of the LPGA family.
  •                             LPGA Amateurs and Chapter Communications
    If you are using a work related email address as your contact email for LPGA Amateurs and your Chapter, your email security system may preclude you from receiving all emails and accessing the links provided in communications. If you're having difficulty receiving and reading these updates, please consider using a personal email address. Please also ensure your shipping address is correct in your member profile. To view or change your email, shipping address, and phone number, please visit your member profile located on the Member Clubhouse.
  • 2021 LPGA Amateurs Solheim Cup Experience
    Come join us for a once in a lifetime LPGA Amateurs Solheim Cup Experience
    at Toledo, Ohio on September 3-7, 2021 !

    This event has limited space and registration opens on September 14, 2020.
    Click here for more details.

    *This special event excludes the virtual membership type*
  • 2020 Women On Par Scholarship Recipients
    Congratulations to Alisha Perkins from Lafayette, IN who received a $2,000 WOP Scholarship and Rebecca Broderick from Phoenix, AZ who received a $1,000 WOP Scholarship. Alisha is attending St. Elizabeth School of Nursing and Rebecca is attending the Arizona State University. Click on the link below for more information on the Women on Par scholarship. Click on this link for more information.
  • Drills for All Skills Facebook Live Recording
    The recording from Drills for All Skills, presented by LPGA Professional, Louise Ball on August 27, is now available at this link. Find out what drill would help fix that slice or that hook! (Please note that there were technical difficulties with the audio on this recording)
  • As an added benefit of membership to LPGA  

    Join us for Thrifty-Tee Thursdays through September and October 2020 at Berry Hills Country Club starting at 4:30 P.M. $15.00 for 9 hole.  This is a time change effective October 9, 2020.  Dinner Specials may be offered.

    All members play and participate at their own risk, and should review and adhere to local, state and government advisories. 

  •             LPGA Amateurs Championship Registration Deadline Extended
    Registration for the Championship Finals has been extended until September 30, 2020.
    The 100% refund deadline is now through September 30, 2020. If you wish to withdraw and not be charged, you must do so by the September 30th deadline.
  • Introducing WHOOP Fitness Tracker

    We are excited to welcome WHOOP straps as a new Partner of the LPGA Family! WHOOP is helping all of us get back to play and you may have seen it recently featured for LPGA and PGA Players, Caddies and Staff as part of tournament COVID-19 protocols. 

    WHOOP is a 24/7 waterproof fitness tracker that provides personalized, actionable feedback and tracks key metrics like heart rate variability, resting heart rate, respiratory rate, and sleep staging with industry-leading accuracy.

    WHOOP is offering LPGA Amateurs Members a 12-Month Membership for $230. To access the WHOOP discount code, login to the LPGA Amateurs Clubhouse and go to "My Offers" and scroll down to WHOOP. 

  • LPGA Amateurs Golf Benefits Portal
    Take advantage of your membership benefits!

    The Golf Benefits Portal allows members to take advantage of exclusive benefits from golf facilities, teaching professionals and other providers all over the world. Member benefits include preferred LPGA Amateurs pricing on playing rates, apparel, equipment, private instruction, as well as food and beverage.

    You can view the Golf Benefits Portal page in the Member Clubhouse (Member Clubhouse - > Golf Benefits Portal tab).

    If you have a favorite course, instructor or other golf provider that you'd like to receive information about joining the Golf Benefits Portal, please contact
  • Be Careful in the Heat!

    Fort Worth Metroplex Chapter President, Robin Anderson, learned firsthand recently that it can only take 10 minutes to go from "I'm a little'm in trouble here!". 

    Robin was playing golf on July 4 in Texas, where heat and humidity in the summer go hand-in-hand. While she believed that she was properly hydrating during the round, that was not the case. Click on this link to read Robin's story and how fortunate she was to have great neighbors!

    Robin shared the lesson she is taking away from the scare, "When it comes to being in the heat, things can go badly very, VERY quickly.  Looking back, I should’ve stayed in the clubhouse until my body had completely cooled down.  And then… maybe called someone to take me home. 

    Temperatures through July and August… and even into September… are going to be dangerous if we are not aware of how much we are hydrating and how much fluid we are losing. When you are outside in the heat… please, please, please be very careful. Take frequent breaks in an area where you can cool down, and drink plenty of the RIGHT fluids.

  • LPGA Amateurs Facebook Pages
    LPGA Amateurs has two Facebook pages that we encourage you to join to stay informed and enjoy more member benefits! 

    LPGA Amateur Golf Association Facebook Page
    General information will be shared on this page, including special posts directing you to the member private page for exclusive member only benefits such as Facebook Live Events and specials discounts.

    LPGA Amateur Golf Association - Members Only (Private) Group
    This is a private group recently created for current LPGA Amateurs members only and is already 1,000 members strong! Exclusive members benefits available on this page include Facebook Live events and special discounts. A request to join is required and will be approved by an LPGA Amateurs Staff Member. A Facebook account is needed to join the group.
  •                           Are You Ready to Get Back to the Golf Course?
                                   Courtesy of LPGA Women's Network

    As our society is getting “Back2Golf”, many golfers are reacquainting themselves with their game. Taking an extended break from the game can often help some golfers feel re-energized about their swing while others find a bit of rust has accumulated on their mechanics and are struggling when they return to the course.
    We have all handled the extended time spent at home differently. Some of us have practiced our mechanics, and others have taken a peaceful break from the game, eagerly looking to get reacquainted when facilities open back up. Wherever you are in your game, and mental state, you can prepare for a successful return to golf with a few simple strategies.

    Doctor of Psychology and LPGA/PGA Master Professional, Alison Curdt shares her advice for how we can refocus our minds on getting back to the golf course


    New Officers and board members were elected to join returning Board members

    Katherine Chesley
    Christine Gutzwiller

    Jennifer Taylor

    Michele Vogel

    Pat McGill