LPGA Amateur Golf Association Nashville Chapter
Upcoming Events
Check out our 2019 Calendar of Events for lots and lots of golf!

REGISTER FOR THESE EVENTS by clicking the link or by visiting our Chapter Events or Chapter Leagues Page!


JUNE 1   

      PLAYDATE! NASHVILLE NATIONAL GOLF COURSE (formerly Highland Rim GC)  Have you played Nashville National Golf Links (formerly Highland Rim) recently? You should! A player-friendly course with plenty to offer players of all levels! Tee times will begin at 8:30am. The cost is $35 per person for 18 holes plus a cart. After golf, we will meet for prizes and lunch (a lunch menu just for us will be available  for a modest charge) in their pavilion. 

We are full, but there is a waitlist so RSVP. You will be notified if space becomes available.


Time to celebrate! Join us for Women's Golf Day at Hermitage GC! Tee times start at 2:30 with the twilight rate (payable at the course). There will be clinics held throughout the day so check back to the Hermitage GC website to learn more.

Let's all take the afternoon off and PLAY!

RSVP to secure a spot on the tee box!

UNE 9                   
  Thirty-three (33) players are all set to tee off!   What a day it will be!           


JUNE 22         

JULY 13         

JULY 19-20     
Chapter News and Announcements
  • Check out the Handicap Presentation from our New Member Orientation.

    Need A Clear Illustration of the new 2019 Rules of Golf???  Check this out:
    2019 LPGA Amateurs Rules Webinar
  • Mark your calendars for the 46th ANNUAL FAIRFIELD GLADE LADIES INVITATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT on July 12 - 14, 2019. 

    With nearly $5000 in prize money spread across 6 flights, a silent auction and raffles with terrific items, we know you’ll love being a part of this event.  

    A kickoff reception on Friday evening at the FFG Community Center will start the 2 day tournament with Saturday and Sunday at Heatherhurst playing golf on the Crag and the Brae courses.  

    We usually have a good representation from our Chapter at this event so check around to see who might be going. This tournament supports a number of charities that benefit greatly from the proceeds of the weekend.   

    As always, this tournament is hosted by the Fairfield Glade Women’s 18-Hole Golf League. The application is in the Tournaments section of our Fairfield Glade web site: https://fairfieldglade.cc/tournaments and on our web site: https://ladiesinvitational.blogspot.com 



    Catch all the 2019 LPGA Amateurs-Nashville news, action and pics! 


    And when ready to join the group, just contact Donna Ruggles or any 2019 Board member to get you added.

    Bet you will learn and see things there you might otherwise miss! 


    Have you started playing yet in 2019? If so, you probably know we have some new rules to the game. 
Association News and Announcements
  • Registration is Open for Biggest Loser Handicap Challenge - How low can you go? The goal of this National challenge is to lower your Handicap Index. Participants are flighted and the winners of each flight will receive a prize. The player who lowers her Handicap Index by the most strokes will win the Grand Prize - a round of golf for the winner and a guest with 2-time LPGA Major Champion, Brittany Lincicome! Click HERE to register by May 15 and learn more.

  • Several LPGA Amateurs systems will be unavailable on Saturday, April 27 due to scheduled maintenance.  Affected systems include Member Clubhouse, handicap system, chapter website editing (websites will still work, but you won't be able to log in).  Maintenance will begin at 6 AM ET and is expected to conclude no later than 12 PM.
  • 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/

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)


Volunteers are the heart and backbone of our Chapter. From the Board of Directors providing leadership to the individuals that manage our league play or special events, we are ALL in this together.

Through their devotion and leadership to the chapter, we are able to offer golf play dates, social events, annual chapter gatherings, competition play and support to other organizations that promote the “good of golf”.

As a member, YOU have the responsibility to help our chapter succeed. Whether it is serving on the Board or offering to work on a committee to simply attend to the registration desk, everyone’s help is needed and appreciated. Not only do you feel good giving, you WILL also benefit in so many ways.  New friends, new skills, new experiences.

Jeannie Musterman Volunteer of the Year Award

For much of our early history, Jeannie served as a dedicated and passionate volunteer. To honor our friend and longtime Executive Womens Golf Association member Jeannie Musterman, we started an annual volunteer award to be presented to a Chapter member who exemplifies her qualities in outstanding volunteer participation and volunteer leadership. Jeannie was a no-nonsense, task orientated member who never hesitated to take on any opportunity to help her fellow members.  She had the ability to pick up on things that needed to be done and with her kind and humorous approach formulate a plan to accomplish our goal. Through her volunteer efforts she demonstrated to us all her love for the game of golf and compassion to help others.

The Volunteer of the Year Award is voted on by the membership and awarded each year at our End of the Year Celebration.