LPGA Amateur Golf Association Events
At LPGA Amateur Golf Association, we strive to offer a variety of options for women to participate in golf as they choose. For fun, for competition or for business, let LPGA Amateur Golf Association be your resource for all things golf at both the local and national level.
Interested in participating in golf/social events? LPGA Amateur Golf Association local chapters host a variety of casual events, weekly playing opportunities, clinics, competitions and golf leagues. Events are offered for all skill levels from beginner to advanced.
If competition is what you are searching for, look no further. LPGA Amateur Golf Association offers several competitive golf events, played both regionally and nationally, that welcome golfers of all levels.
Golf and business... LPGA Amateur Golf Association hosts networking opportunities and conducts on-line events with access and insights from business leaders to golf instructors all intended to offer valuable tools to use on and off the golf course.
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The LPGA Amateur Golf Association will host an inaugural Stableford Tournament the weekend of April 17-18, 2020 at Sewailo Golf Club at Casino del Sol in Tucson, AZ. Teams of two women with handicap indexes of 24.0 and up will compete in a better ball Net Stableford competition. In the Stableford format, the higher the score, the better! Points are awarded for scores of net bogey and below. If you don't make net bogey on a hole, just pick it up and move on to the next hole. Teams accumulating the most points over 2 days will rise to the top of the leaderboard. Registration will be open from January 15th to February 15th. Click on the link above to get more information or to register.
The LPGA Amateur Golf Association will host the 2020 Scramble Open May 22-23, 2020 at Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, NC. Teams of four women will compete in a Net Scramble event using the Ambrose handicap method. We will also be awarding the low gross winners this year. Ambrose is a simple concept: The team handicap is 50 percent of the average of the four members' Course Handicaps. Registration will be open from December 11, 2019 to January 29, 2020. Click on the link above to get more information or to register.
The LPGA Amateur Golf Association Cup is a match play event played in two stages. Nine two-day Regional Qualifiers held in June and July will be followed by a national Cup Final. Teams of eight women compete in Four Ball and Singles Matches with a total of 400 competitors advancing to Finals from the Qualfiers. The 2020 Cup Finals will be played at Geneva National Golf Club in Lake Genva, Wisconsin on July 31st and August 1st, 2020. Please visit the LPGA Amateur Golf Association Cup website to learn more.
2020 marks the 25th year of the LPGA Amateur Golf Association Championship. This is a individual Stroke Play competition (the scramble format has been removed from the Championship series). We are also moving to open registration at the Sectional Championship Qualifiers. Players are now allowed to choose which sectional they want to compete in. We are increasing the number of flights by decreasing the handicap range for each flight. This will create more balanced competition at all levels. There will be 10 Sectional Championship Qualifiers (SCQs) conducted from August to early October. Those qualifying to advance from an SCQ will then move on to compete in the national LPGA Amateur Golf Association Championship being played at La Cantera Resort in San Antonio, Texas on November 6-7, 2020.