Women's Golf Day 2019 events are being scheduled for June 4, 2019 and we hope you will take advantage of these fun events designed to celebrate women's golf around the world. We encourage you to check out the events happening in your area at womensgolfday.com and consider using this opportunity to #inviteHER to personally invite someone who isn't an active golfer or has never picked up a club. Even if you're not participating in an event you can support Women's Golf Day by posting on social media with the hashtag #womensgolfday.
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:
JOIN THE LPGA AMATEURS FOR THESE BENEFITS AND MORE!
Seeking a Women’s Golf Membership? Belonging to LPGA Amateurs provides you an instant golf community and the ability for you to build a great network of friends and business connections.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 386-236-5353.
Whether it is 15 minutes a week, an hour once a month or an event once a year, volunteers are the backbone of LPGA Amateur Golf Association. Volunteering also connects you to other members—expanding your golf network. Contact Dani Connell, Member Services or Shelley King - D'Souza, President, with your questions, a description of your expertise or interest along with how much time you have to give. See below for ways to help:
Fairway Friends—If you are looking for more golfing friends, why not serve as a golfing buddy for new members? You reach out and invite them to play with you on a course close by or at an LPGA Amateurs Dallas event. Buddies are usually assigned for geographic proximity.
Kick-Off Party—Help with registration, staff a table for a committee, help set up the room.
Chapter Championship—We host a Local Championship Qualifier at a local course in April. Help with registration or be a “pace of play” monitor on the course.
Sponsorship: Reach out to targeted local businesses to ask for support or maintain current relationship on behalf of the chapter.
Education: Doing outreach to golf professionals, staffing education events,
Golf Events: Take responsibility for one or more golf event during the year by notifying course of number of players, developing/distributing pairings, staffing registration and giving awards if appropriate.
Handicap: Do outreach calls to members without handicaps, answer member questions, assist in handicap education.
Leadership: Help identify members for Board and other volunteer positions.
Leagues: Help with match play, Lone Star Cup or coordinate a weekly league during a focused period of 6 to 8 weeks.
Membership: Make outreach calls to new members; distribute membership flyers to golf courses and at events, make follow-up calls to members whose membership is expiring.
Social: Contribute ideas, do outreach to venues, handle registration table at social event, greet members, have fun!