LPGA Amateurs Handicap Member Benefit


Did you know that LPGA Amateurs membership* includes a Handicap account through our provider, GolfNet? This benefit has been offered for many years and has been confirmed for 2021. It’s simple to post your scores from the Member Clubhouse or use the LPGA Amateurs Handicap mobile app (free and available for Android and Apple). If you are unable to access your LPGA Amateurs Handicap account or have any questions about using the GolfNet service, please send an email to 

The Phoenix Metro Chapter will eventually use handicap indexes to play games at our events.  If you are interested in this included service you can set up your account by performing the following steps:

  1. Go to lpgaamateurs.com and click on Sign In (in the upper right corner). This is under the Member Clubhouse link in the upper right on the Phoenix Metro website.

  2. Once you have logged in to the Member Clubhouse, click on the “My Handicap” tab on the left side of the screen.

  3. On the Handicap page, the Post A Score link will take you to the GolfNet Handicap system where you will post your scores.

Step 3 triggers GolfNet to validate your membership and create your account.

Handicap - posting a score

*Members of US Approved Chapters only, excludes Virtual Members


Click HERE.


Want to post your scores real-time?  Load the LPGA Amateurs Handicap app, then set up your account.  Instructions are HERE.


The Phoenix Metro Chapter has been approved by the USGA as a qualified “club” to issue official World Handicap System handicaps through GolfNet. All of our GolfNet users have been issued “GHIN” numbers.  If you currently play in events outside of the Phoenix Chapter, the event Committee will be able to look up your GHIN# through Golf Genius or GolfNet. If you instead choose to maintain a GHIN handicap through another club to take advantage of Arizona GA member benefits, you do not need to also post scores in our GolfNet service.

Please contact lpgaamateursphoenix@gmail.com if you need any help with the set up.


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