Milwaukee Chapter

Golf Education and player development is a very important part of the LPGA Amateurs Golf Association.  The education programs are modular by design allowing you to select the programs that are most suited to your skill level and golf goals.  Most education programs are delivered in person by a PGA or LPGA Teaching Professional. 

Being a member of LPGA Amateurs provides you with opportunities to learn about key golf fundamentals, whether playing for pleasure, business or competition.  That's why we offer the handicapping as well as rules and etiquette clinics to our members.


A Handicap Index allows golfers of all abilities to compete with each other on an equitable basis on any golf course.  All members of the LPGA Amateurs are encouraged to maintain a handicap index.  Having a handicap index not only allows you to enter competitions, it also allows you to be grouped fairly when playing in golf events. 

Establishing and maintaining a handicap index is a great way for you to see how your golf game progresses through the season and from year to year.

LPGA Amateurs provides members with two options for establishing a golf handicap:
LPGA Amateurs GN21:  LPGA Amateurs provides its own handicap service free of charge to all members. 
WSGA:  As a member club of the Wisconsin State Golf Association (WSGA) you have the option of choosing the WSGA system to maintain your handicap index for a discounted annual charge of $25.00. 

WSGA Handicap
Registration to become a member of the Wisconsin State Golf Association (WSGA) and to use the WSGA system as your Handicap tracking system.
$25 for LPGA Amateurs Members
- Pay for your WSGA handicap fee through this link

Rules & Etiquette Meetings

In Spring, the Milwaukee Chapter hosts Rules & Etiquette meetings that are open to all members.  If you plan to join a league or sign up as a sub, we strongly encourage you to attend one session each year.

The WI State Golf Association (WSGA) will discuss how to apply the rules of golf in the most common situations during your round (what to do when your ball is resting on the cart path or in the water hazard and it is staked red or yellow).  You will also learn about pace of play, etiquette on the golf course and what a handicap is and how to create. 

There will be time for questions.  Weather permitting, there will be demonstrations outside. 2020 meeting TBD.


Aim for your goals, then swing past them - meet our Golf Pros!

Susie Hartfield

Susie Hartfield is an LPGA and LPGA Amateurs member and has been teaching professionally since 1987.  She currently teaches at Kettle Hills Golf Course in Richfield.  She will help you set and reach goals that are both measurable and attainable.  Her teaching philosophy is to develop strong basics and adhere to ball flight laws and principles.  Susie will help you to understand and perform one skill correctly at a time to ensure your lesson will be very focused and uncomplicated.  Susie will be entering her third year coaching high school golf, this year as Head Coach of Varsity Girls Golf at Cedarburg High School. 

Bill Harm

Bill Harm is a renowned golf professional and teacher, known throughout southeast Wisconsin for helping golfers improve their game.  Whether you're a beginner or sport a single-digit Handicap, Bill understands that your ability, goals, and expectations are unique.  Bill rapidly assesses a person's swing and give simple yet effective adjustments. 

Breaking 90 and Breaking 100 Series

Breaking 100 clinics are designed for the Beginner to Intermediate golfer.  Breaking 90 clinics are designed for the Intermediate to Advanced golfer. Both clinic series cover the following topics.  Choose the series that best matches your current playing ability.  If you current score above 100 for 18 holes, choose Breaking 100.  If you currently score between 90 and 100 for 18 holes, choose Breaking 90

Week 1:  Physical and mental preparation prior to the first tee
Week 2:  Proper grip, stance, alignment, posture and pre-shot routine
Week 3:  Learning the proper full swing
Week 4:  Short game, pitching and chipping techniques
Week 5:  Putting and sand game
Week 6:  Review full swing and proper stance, alignment and posture

Mary Hafeman

Mary E. Hafeman, owner of Mary Hafeman Golf Experience and is an award-winning Performance Coach, Accomplished Player and Operations Manager within the Golf Industry.

Mary’s accomplishments are:
2016 PGA National Player Development Award 
US Kids Certified Master Golf Coach
GRAA Top Growth of the Game Coaches and Elite Member Status
PGA North Florida Player Development Leader and Teacher of the Year
Former player on the LPGA Tour
Top 50 Teachers according to Golf for Women magazine

Mary provides exceptional golf instruction, inclusive player development programs, student specific player performance -based coaching for the inexperienced player to the aspiring professional golfer. “My focus is on coaching the entire game through 4 steps of Mastery.”

1. Assess student’s specific goals.
2. Create supervised fun high tech, learning environment including Trackman
3. Add result and simulate on course play.
4. Play: Final step to improvement and fun.
Mary’s promise: “Where learning is FUN, and RESULTS are GUARENTEED.”
Mary played collegiate golf at University of Florida. Mary is originally
from West Bend, Wisconsin, a member of the University of Florida Hall of Fame, Wisconsin State Golf Hall of Fame, West Bend East High School Hall of Fame and Distinguished Alumni and St. Frances Cabrini Hall of Fame.

Play Better Golf Semi Private Group Coaching

New Player or refresher player development course that includes hands on active learning
 - New player or refresher player development course including active learning  
 - Have fun and meet new friends
 - Understand basic fundamentals of the game.  Skill is built on basics
 - Dynamic skill development for entire game
 - Learn how to develop "ball control" and solid contact for consistent ball flight
 - Practice in an environment that is set up as "real life golf situations"
 - Supervised play on the course; test out your new skills on the actual course
 - Video analysis
 - Fun games and skill contests
 - 5- week program 1.5 hours per session for a total of 7.5 hours of performance coaching
 - 6 to 1 student /coach ratio
 - Tuition: $195.00 per Guest - LPGA Golf Assn $190.00, code LPGA2020
 - Sign up on 
 - Space limited

2020 Semi-Private Group Class Schedule

Monday Mornings, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm 
Series 1: May 18, June 1, 8, 15, 22, 2020 
Series 2: June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2020 
Series 3: July 13, 20, 27, August 3, 10, 2020 
Series 4: August 19, 24, 31, September 14, 21, 2020 

Monday Evenings, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm 
Series 1:  May 18, June 1, 8, 15, 22, 2020 
Series 2: June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2020 
Series 3: July 13, 20, 27, August 3, 10, 2020 

Wednesday Mornings: 
11:30 am to 1:00 pm 
Series 1: May 20, 27, June 3, 10, 17, 2020 
Series 2: June 3, 10, 17, 24, July 1, 2020 
Series 3: July 8, 15, 22, 29, August 5, 2020 
Series 4: August 12, 19, 26, September 2, 9, 2020  

Thursday Evenings, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm 
Series 1: May 21, 28, June 4, 11, 18, 2020 
Series 2: June 4, 11, 18, 25, July 9, 2020 
Series 3: July 16, 23, 30, August 6, 13, 2020 
Series 4: August 13, 20, 27, September 3, 10, 2020

Also, reach out to Mary if you're interested in building your own customized group semi-private coaching programs, completely private coaching lessons, or attend a golf excursion!

Mary Hafeman – 904-233-0989, or call Missing Links Golf Club  (262) 243-5711