Women’s Western Golf Association

 
 

 

 

 





Women's Western Golf Association

Founded in 1901, under the sponsorship of the Western Golf Association, the Women's Western Golf Association has been conducting National Championships for 120 Years

 

WWGA Membership



A reminder to all Amateur Championship contestants that the $40.00 membership dues MUST be paid before participating in the tournament.  This may be done by mail or at Registration.  A membership application can be downloaded for your convenience.

 

Membership


Properly organized golf clubs and women’s golf clubs and women’s golf groups, located in the United States of America, including the District of Columbia, and all its territories and possessions, are eligible for WWGA Membership.  Member Clubs receive Certificate of Membership, PR brochures, Foundation Newsletter and a Low Net Pin.  Advice is available to all Member Clubs in regard to course rating, handicaps and conducting local tournaments. Club Membership makes a difference in the lives of 75 young women attending the college of their choice through the Women’s Western Golf Foundation Scholarship Program. 


If not a current WWGA Club affiliate, an individual player from any properly organized golf club or women’s golf group may join by paying membership dues of $40.00 annually.  The club then becomes a member of the WWGA, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization established under the guidelines set by the Internal Revenue Service. Club Membership Applications may be obtained from:


2020 Membership Application Form



To Download a Membership Application, you may need to first download Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free,  secure download available from the following website:


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Women with golf-playing privileges in these clubs automatically become members of the WWGA, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization established under the guidelines set by the Internal Revenue Service.  Member Clubs receive the WWGA Annual and records of the Association's three national championships.

Advice is available to all Member Clubs in regard to: course rating; handicaps; rules; and the running of local tournaments.

Home Club tournaments include the WWGA LOW NET EVENT for women and juniors, regardless of their handicap.  The Member Club Chair sets six of these events during the season and the best four low net total earns
the Low Net Pin.