Tucson Chapter
Upcoming Events

Corey! Corey! Clinic!
Corey Baehman and Corey Pangle will be on hand October 16 to help us sharpen our games while we wait for all the overseeding to be over. Join us at the range at Silverbell Golf Course at 3 PM on for timely tips and light refreshments. You'll be glad you did!  
Click HERE for more information and to register. 

Join us at The Views for our Annual Event! 


This fall we'll be holding our annual golf/meeting spectacular on October 30 at The Views. Members will enjoy a fun tournament with lunch, awards and lots of raffle prizes to follow.
Click HERE for more information and to register. 

Desert Dove is Back! 
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We're heading to Poston Butte Golf Club in Florence on November 21 to take on Phoenix in the historic Desert Dove match play tournament. Those of us who have been around awhile remember just how fun this can be! Each city can bring six 2-person teams. Winner takes the Dove trophy and bragging rights! 
Click HERE for more information and to register. 

Save the Date!
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Circle December 11 on your calendar, because this year we'll be back at Skyline Country Club for our annual holiday event. Golf first, fabulous lunch and prizes later. Be There!
Registration Coming Soon. 

Chapter News and Announcements
  • The El Conquistador Summer Ringer is finally over! 

    We tried and tried and tried and finally succeeded in completing our summer ringer at El Conquistador. Thank you to everyone who participated and put up with the heat, the rain and the bugs! Congratulations to our winners: 

    1st Flight
    T1. Barbara Ericks
    T1. Jill Taylor
    3.   Catherine Steel

    2nd Flight
    1.   Janet West     
    2.   Cynthia Borchard
    3.   Linda Kelly

    Scramble Mania!
    5 Teams headed out to Crooked Tree golf course September 12 to find out who was the best of the scramblers! Of course, they all had to tiptoe through hundreds of black beetles to get to the clubhouse, but who doesn't like a challenge? Thanks to Donna Shaw and Terry Rosales for helping out with registration, and congratulations to our winners!! 

    1st Low Net: Cynthia Borchard, Mary Ellen Case, Kareen Queen and Shiela Woolsey with a 56!

    2nd Low Net: Cathy Bradley, JoAnne Dowdy, Linda Hartsig and Linda Stratton with a 57!

    Welcome new members Barbara and Kelsey!

    Watch out for the Return of the DESERT DOVE!

    Long-term members will recall that years ago the Tucson and Phoenix Chapters of the LPGA Amateur Golf Association (then known as EWGA) met every year to battle it out for the odd but awesome Desert Dove trophy. This match play event, held in Casa Grande, was always a great time! Now that Phoenix has a chapter again, we're in discussions to bring back the tournament, and get back to meeting members of our sister chapters! This year, we may even get desert club Palm Springs to join in. The preliminary play date is November 21. Stay tuned for more details! 


    September Rule of the Month
    It's time for etiquette on the greens! Click here for our latest tips. 

    Covid-19 Resources
    Pima County requires face coverings in public, except "Persons who are engaged in outdoor work, recreation or exercise, so long at they are able to easily maintain a continuous physical distance of at least 6 feet. For more resources and info: 
    Pima County
    - Arizona Department of Health Services
    - Center for Disease Control
    - World Health Organization

Association News and Announcements
  • We made a TikTok account! - That's right! We made a TikTok account! Make sure to give us a follow and let us know what type of content YOU would like to see. Click here for our TikTok link!
  • You are invited to the Virtual Solheim Cup Watch Party this weekend, September 4-6! - Join with the LPGA Women's Network community and experience the biggest event in women's golf! Post your pictures and stories at #SolheimCupWatchParty and on the LPGA Amateurs Facebook Member Private pageTwitterInstagram, and TikTok
  • Play in the LPGA Amateurs Virtual Scramble and Support the LPGA Foundation! - Join in the fun of playing in the LPGA Amateurs Virtual Scramble and support the Women on Par Scholarship Fund and the Renee Powell Grant Fund. This unique event raised over $56,000 in 2020 and with your participation, together we can raise even more this year! Gather your team to play in this fun 4-person scramble at your favorite course between Sept 10 - 26, 2021. Team members who are not current LPGA Amateurs members will receive a complimentary LPGA Amateurs Virtual Membership that is valid through the end of 2021! LPGA Partners will also have special offers and discounts throughout the event as well as multiple prizes for low gross/low net! 
Member Benefits

The LPGA Amateurs offers a welcoming golf community for all women to learn to play, play better, have fun and make friends.  Highlights of LPGA Amateurs member benefits include:

  • Organized golf: leagues, outings, regional & LPGA Amateurs competitive events, golf experiences and trips
  • Golf education, instruction and clinics
  • Social and networking events
  • Free entrance (member plus one guest) to all LPGA, Symetra, and LPGA Legends Tour events in the US and Canada
  • Discounts on apparel, equipment, travel, greens fees and more

View all member benefits

Access the Member Clubhouse to view benefit details (members only)

Get Rewarded for Participation

Thank you to those who have participated in our events this year. It certainly has been challenging to hold them in a safe, yet entertaining way. Due to the COVID-19 crisis and its effect on attendance, we have decided to suspend our participation prize for this year. We'll just add it to the raffle pile when we hold our annual dinner! 

In line with LPGA Amateurs Chapters around the country, we're going to broaden our outreach, publicize our events more widely, and welcome guests at all events.  All levels of golfers who want to learn, play, and enjoy golf for business and fun are welcome to play at chapter events.  Your chapter hosts golf outings, social, and networking events throughout the year.  Chapter members are provided with the opportunity to participate in local, regional, and national championships and events.  Whether you’re a beginner taking your first lesson or an experienced lifelong golfer, you’ll find a warm welcome from our members. 

Five reasons to join:
-  Largest amateur women's golf organization in the US
-  Connect with new friends who share your love of the game
-  Make useful business contacts
-  Save $$ and let us organize your round at courses across the Tucson area
Have fun!!


Your chapter is a volunteer-run organization. Volunteers serve on the board to plan and hold many events throughout the year, but it takes many volunteers behind the scenes to make our chapter a success. The Tucson Chapter welcomes volunteers to  work with board members, plan and manage events and assist tournament directors on competition days. If you are interested in volunteering, contact Terry Rosales at williecat1814@aol.com.