Saturday, May 11th from 2:00-7:00pm
FarView Golf Course
2419 Avon Geneseo Rd., Avon, NY 14414
Come out to FarView Golf Course on Saturday, May 11, for a 4-Person Scramble Golf Event with tee times starting at 2 P.M. FarView offers one of the most beautiful and interesting layouts in Livingston County.
The season opener gives us the opportunity to welcome new members to our chapter and to enjoy a play day with returning members. Foursomes will be formed at the discretion of the Events & Activities Director.
A light dinner to follow consisting of assorted wraps, chips, salad, iced tea, water, and cookies. A cash bar will be available to the attendees.
Maximum of 32 participants
Cost is $35 for LPGA Amateurs-Rochester members
$40 for non-members
Clink on this 9-Hole Season Opener Link for more information and to register.
Deadline to register is May 3rd
June 1 & 2, 2019
Please join us for our annual Golf Weekend in Chautauqua when we re-connect with our friends from the Cleveland Chapter at beautiful Chautauqua Golf Club for a round or two of golf and plenty of fun and laughter. Word has gotten out about what a great time we always have, so this year, we may even have a few additional ladies joining us from the Central NY, Canadian and/or Central Pennsylvania Chapters.
Clink on this Chautauqua link for more information and to register.
The Women on Par Scholarship Program has officially launched for 2019! This year we have narrowed our focus in order to have a more direct impact on our members and their family’s lives. We’re excited to announce we have changed the eligibility requirements to only LPGA Amateur members, daughters and granddaughters of members. Read more at this direct link: https://lpgaamateurs.com/memberships/scholarship/
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:
What will you get when you join?
We asked our members why they joined the LPGA Amateurs-Rochester Chapter. Here are the top five
Joining LPGA Amateur Golf Association is also a smart way to invest in your golf game. You’ll get…
Local Chapter Benefits
Learn the Game • Play Better • Have Fun • Make Friends
What are the NEW age ranges for the memberships?
How do I renew my membership?
Click here to log into your profile in the Member Clubhouse and press the “Renew” button next to the membership(s) on your Overview page.
Is there still a higher “initiation” price for new members?
No. We have eliminated the $25 additional initiation fee for new members. The “join” price is now the same as the “renewal” price.
What is an At Large member?
An At Large member is someone who belongs to the association but is not located near a Chapter. They receive the national benefits that other members receive, but they are not part of a local Chapter and so do not receive any of the local Chapter benefits.
What is the price for the Military members?
The new price is $65 for all ages, both active and retired military.
PGA Professionals can find their redemption code for a complimentary membership by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
LPGA Teaching & Club Professionals will find their redemption code for a complimentary membership in the LPGA T&CP Member Portal – under Members Only Information, Membership Benefits.
Elevate Your Membership with a Business & Birdies Membership Package.The Business & Birdies Package gives members an opportunity to make their playing and golf experience even better. For $195 members receive the following added benefits:
Receive two cart-fee-only rounds (per year) at your choice of ClubCorp owned clubs. Preferred playing rates will be applied for guests. After a member has used their two-cart fee only rounds, they receive two rounds of golf per club, per month at preferred rates. Access to golf includes both ClubCorp owned and ClubCorp alliance clubs. Learn more about additional ClubCorp Benefits.
Preferred Golf Premium Membership (retails at $295) – A free round of golf when booking a two-night stay at participating Preferred Golf member resorts.
The Business & Birdies Package is non-refundable.
We are so glad that you decided to join the world’s largest amateur women’s golf association! You have opened the door to many, many golfing opportunities and to a new group of women who you soon will be calling friends. The purpose of this section of our web site is help you become familiar with some of common practices and to become more comfortable with our Chapter. Please submit questions and we will publish answers here on subjects of general interest. Check back often as we’ll be adding items frequently.
One of the biggest challenges people face in a new situation is getting to know peoples’ names and attaching names with faces. Here’s a couple of hints:
You will hear members talk about “ready golf”. We practice that in our chapter and try hard to maintain a brisk pace of play. That doesn’t mean that we don’t understand that newer golfers might require more time. We were all beginners once. There are also some guidelines here for “The Fun of Golf” that new golfers might want to follow. Just remember that you can only post your scores to maintain a handicap when you are playing by the formal rules of golf.
If you have any questions about LPGA – Amateur Golf Association or about our chapter, please contact Kathy Strong at currentmembers.lpgaamateursroc.com.
This year, our chapter has designated three charities to support for the 2019 season: EquiCenter, BE uninTimidated and Coldwater Women's & Children's Residential Home. Our chapter will have numerous opportunities during the season to support these worthwhile charities. Please be sure to visit their websites to learn more about them and how they impact so many members of our community and beyond.
EquiCenter’s mission is to foster the personal growth and individual achievement of people with disabilities, at-risk youth, Veterans, and their families using a wide range of therapeutic equestrian and related programs.
EquiCenter participants perceive therapeutic horseback riding as a more positive experience than traditional therapy, serving as a strong motivator in achieving their therapeutic goals. EquiCenter's nationally recognized programs also address mental/ emotional, neurological and cognitive challenges such as autism, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), various mental health issues, and challenging life circumstance. EquiCenter's program, Heroes and Horses, provides therapeutic equestrian activities to wounded veterans in need and their families.
Our mission is to encourage, support and advocate for those living with and affected by rare forms of cancer, such as peritoneal carcinomatosis (PMCA) and to raise public awareness and funding to aid in the research and treatment of these diseases.
It is our goal to deliver financial support to patients and their families as they seek critical medical opinions and treatment for PMCA and other rare forms of cancer.
Coldwater Women's & Children's Residential Home
2000 - The number of homeless children in our Rochester City School District. Open Door Mission believes this is 2,000 too many and we have strengthened our commitment to improving the lives of Rochester's impoverished by pouring time and financial resources into a new home dedicated to serving women and children.
Women & Children’s Residential Recovery Program
The Women & Children’s Residential Recovery Program is a grace-based Christian life skills rehabilitation and development program designed to address the root causes of generational poverty through strengthening families.
Women & Children’s Clothing Room
The Women & Children’s Clothing Room is a free clothing distribution and resource center that welcomes women and children in crisis or hardship to receive hope and encouragement.
Women & Children’s Community Outreach Program
The Community Outreach Program provides support through groups, classes, case management for residents, as well as neighbors in the community, who lack the structure and stability to succeed in the areas of education, employment, spirituality, and family.