Rochester Region Chapter
Upcoming Events

2019 Kick-Off Brunch - *Registration Ending Soon*

By: Tara Henry , 24 days ago
Our annual Kick-Off Brunch is a time to re-connect with your golf friends and to have the opportunity to meet new friends and to introduce them to LPGA Amateur Golf Association.

When: Saturday, March 23, 2019
Where: Oak Hill Country Club

Click Here to find out more and to register!

*Deadline to Register: Tuesday, March 19th*

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Chapter News and Announcements
Association News and Announcements
  • New Chapter Sites have launched. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped to launch their new Chapter sites!
  • The LPGA Women’s Network has launched their new podcast “Talk Birdie to Me.”  Hosted by former LPGA Tour player turned journalist Anya Alvarez, this podcast is the first of its kind and is dedicated to sharing conversations centered around women's golf and the issues you care about most.  Click here to listen to the first episode featuring Cheyenne Woods and Shasta Averyhardt who share their thoughts on diversity and representation in golf.
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)



Memberships

Join the LPGA Amateur Golf Association!

What will you get when you join?

We asked our members why they joined the LPGA Amateurs-Rochester Chapter.   Here are the top five

  • Meet / socialize / play with other women golfers
  • Opportunity to play more golf
  • Improve my game
  • Leagues
  • Organized Golf Events and Competition

Joining LPGA Amateur Golf Association is also a smart way to invest in your golf gameYou’ll get…

Local Chapter Benefits

  • Welcoming community of local women also interested in the game
  • Social and networking events
  • Organized golf:leagues, outings, and other golf events
  • New friends – Business and golf connections
  • Opportunity to participate in chapter, regional, and national tournaments
  • Discounts from local sponsors
  • Golf instruction and clinics
  • Volunteer opportunities:personal and professional
  • Opportunity to play in RDGA golf events and NYSGA Amateur Series golf events

National Benefits

  • Member of the LPGA family which includes the LPGA Tour, Symetra Tour, LPGA Teaching ad Club Professionals, LPGA*USGA Girls Golf, LPGA Leadership Academies, and LPGA Women’s Network
  • Discounts on apparel, equipment, travel, green fees and more
  • Access to a USGA handicap through GolfNet
  • Organized golf experiences and trips domestically and abroad
  • Free entrance(1 member & 1 guest) to all LPGA, Symetra, and LPGA Legends Tour events in the US and Canada excluding the US Women’s Open and Solheim Cup
  • Golf education , webinars, and information
  • Membership in the LPGA Women’s Network
  • One-year (12 issues) subscription to GOLF Magazine

 

Learn the Game • Play Better • Have Fun • Make Friends

Free entrance (1 member & 1 guest) to all LPGA, Symetra, and LPGA Legends Tour events in the US and Canada excluding the US Women’s Open and Solheim Cup. Click here to download the LPGA Tour Schedule

What are the NEW age ranges for the memberships?

  • Young Professional: 18-35
  • Classic: 36-64
  • Senior: 65+
  • At Large: All ages
  • Military: All ages

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:

PGA Professionals can find their redemption code for a complimentary membership by emailing membership@lpgaamateurs.com

LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals:

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.

Business and Birdies:

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:

ClubCorp Membership:
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.
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NEW MEMBERS!!

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:

  • If you know in advance who is in your foursome or if you know the names of participants in an event, check their Profiles on our web site. We are encouraging members to upload their photos to make it easier to get to know one another.
  • Existing members usually have LPGA Amateurs name tags on their golf bags. You can learn a player’s name by casually checking their bag tag.  If you are like me, you might have to check it several times during the round.  But that’s okay!

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.

 

HAVE A QUESTION?

If you're a new member, you might have a lot of questions. Contact us and we can send you some information on the following areas of interest:
 
  • WHAT DO I DO? WHERE DO I GO? WHAT SHOULD I WEAR? - If you're asking yourself these 'on the course' questions, then we can help with some basic golf etiquette information
 
  • HOW DO I KEEP UP? - In order to provide a fun round of golf for all, at a good pace - Play Ready Golf
 
  • LETS HAVE FUN!! - Golf can be stressful, especially for new golfers - we can send you information to learn some ways to make it more fun while learning... It's OK to play for Fun!


Volunteer
    Our charities for 2019 Golf Season.

This year, our chapter's designated charities are Sanctuary House and Place of Hope. These facilities provide emergency housing for women and children. To be eligible, individuals must be homeless or at serious risk of becoming homeless. The residents are frequently victims of domestic abuse or serious housing emergencies. They are provided with: safe and secure overnight accommodations; three quality meals per day; case management services; alcohol, substance abuse or mental health referrals, if needed; drug and alcohol education; employability assessments; and further permanent housing assistance. 

Their needs for donations include: new socks and underwear for women and children; diapers of all sizes; new pillows and gently used blankets; feminine hygiene products; personal care items; kid-friendly foods; and school supplies. These facilities are operated by the Catholic Family Center. You can get more information by visiting their web site: cfcrochester.org 

Thank you to all the players who attended the Season Opener at Eagle Vale and donated to our Sanctuary House Charity. They greatly appreciate your generosity!