LPGA Amateur Golf Association Nashville Chapter
COVID-19 Update: All members play and participate at their own risk and should review and adhere to local, state and government COVID-19 advisories.
Upcoming Events


FINALLY, it’s time for some GOLF!   

Now...the “new” way we need to play until all this is behind us for good.

All LPGA Amateurs Nashville sanctioned activity is for the golf only. No event or leagues will have any “official” gathering before or after play.

The flagstick stays in the cup and is not to be touched, the bunkers do not get raked and there are no water coolers on the course. The clubhouses may or may not have food/beverage, you may be required to wear a mask when entering, there may be limited restrooms and although carts are sanitized, you might wish to bring your own and do it yourself before play.

Finally, you have responsibility for maintaining social distancing at all times. It will be wonderful to see everyone again - - but the hugs and high fives have to wait. These days…it’s all in the smile, baby!

                 Terry Applegate
                 LPGA Amateur Golf Association-Nashville

Check out our NEW 2020 Calendar of Events for lots of golf and fun!

Nashville National Play Date
Saturday, July 18th

Join us at Nashville National Golf Links in Joelton for golf and lunch.  We will tee off in a reverse shotgun at 9 AM so we can finish at approximately the same time.  Your $65 fee includes range balls, 18 holes of golf plus cart, a social distancing lunch, prizes and credit card fees.  Fingers crossed for sunshine!

Please remember if you choose to sign up, your health and well-being is YOUR responsibility. Regardless of the course’s protocol, all members play and participate at their own risk.

Should you need to cancel, please do so ASAP in order to allow ample time for us to contact those on the Waitlist to fill your vacated spot.

RSVP here!

Keep checking back!  More play dates are coming soon!!!


Chapter News and Announcements
  • Check out our End of Year Event article now appearing ON PAGE 16 of Tee Times Magazine!!!   
    Read the article here (flip to Page 16)


    On 1/1/20, the new Rules of Handicapping were introduced in the United States as part of the World Handicap System that will be adopted by countries all over the world.
    Both score posting services GHIN and GolfNet are now available for entering your scores. The posting location for either service (mobile app or online) will be the same as it was prior to the update, but the posting screens will have a completely new look and some additional features.
    Maximum Allowed Score for Posting
    Starting in 2020, the maximum score you can post on any hole is a NET DOUBLE BOGEY. In other words, the maximum score for each hole is Double Bogey + any Handicap Strokes applied on that hole based on your Course Handicap.
    If you use the hole by hole posting option, the system will automatically calculate and make the adjustment for you based on the tees you selected. This is the recommended method for posting all scores.
    If you post total scores only (9-hole or 18-hole), you will need to adjust each hole score on your own before posting. To do this, you must first determine your Course Handicap and then note on your scorecard where you receive strokes. Adjust any hole scores down to the maximum allowed and then total your score. You may use the Course Handicap Calculator found at usga.org and will need to know your Handicap Index, the Course Rating and Slope for the tees you played, and the Course Par .
    Or, if you like to do the math, here is the new Course Handicap formula:
    Handicap Index x (Slope Rating/113) + (Course Rating - Par)
    Example: 26.2 x (126/113) + (72.1 – 72) = 29.31 rounded to 29.  
    You receive 1 stroke on each hole plus one additional stroke on the 11 holes that are rated as most difficult.
    Handicaps Now Updated Daily
    Your handicap index will update EACH DAY you post a score rather than twice each month. You should post your scores immediately after completion of each round and no later than midnight of the day you played. 
    Questions? Email handicap@lpgaamateurs.com. For more information about the World Handicap System and the new Rules of Handicapping go to usga.org
  • Our very own Danna Raube was featured on the LPGA's Drive On for the Future!

    Watch the video
Association News and Announcements
  • Three new shirts are available for members to order now on the LPGA Amateurs online shop. These shirts have the winning graphic design from the recent Facebook member vote and are available in performance short sleeve, long sleeve and v-neck styles. Click here to see the details and place your order. Don't delay - these shirts are only available to order through June 12!
  • Are you ready for a little friendly competition? Complete as many of the tasks on the Bingo sheet as you can. Re-post the Bingo sheet on your social channel and tag @LPGAAmateurs on social media when you get a BINGO, then you will have a chance to win LPGA Amateurs merch from Xact Xpressions! Let the fun begin! For the Bingo sheet download, click here.
  • Please contact the Chapter leaders if you have questions about Chapter events due to COVID-19. 
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. Through our volunteers, we are able to offer golf play dates, social events, annual chapter gatherings, competition play and support to other organizations that promote the game of golf.

As a member, YOU have the responsibility to help our chapter succeed. There is a place for everyone and everyone’s help is appreciated. Not only do you feel good giving, you WILL also benefit in so many ways.  New friends, new skills, new experiences.

Volunteer roles include:
 - Board of Directors
 - Ad Hoc Board positions
 - League Captains
 - Committee members

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 Outstanding Volunteer Award to be presented to a Chapter member who exemplifies her qualities in exceptional volunteer participation and leadership. Jeannie was a no-nonsense, task orientated member who never hesitated to take on any opportunity to help her fellow members. Through her volunteer efforts she demonstrated to us all her love for the game of golf and compassion to help others.

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

Congratulations to Marie Tucker - our 2019 JM Outstanding Volunteer Award recipient!

Quick Links
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