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Welcome to the Birmingham, Alabama Chapter

Started in 1994, the Birmingham Chapter of the EWGA was named a “Chapter of Distinction” by EWGA in 2013.  We invite all women throughout the community to join in our celebration.  Come and discover what golf can bring to your life and the wealth of opportunities that EWGA membership provides.  We are building more than great connections.  Whether you are an experienced golfer or are interested in learning and have never played – this is your opportunity to get involved, meet more women and have more fun.  Come and meet women that have the potential to change the course of your life.  We offer an abundance of affordable, organized  golf opportunities, networking and social events that fit the needs and schedule of today’s women.  For more information about the EWGA and its membership, visit

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Welcome New Members!

We would like to extend a warm welcome to our new members. We are so pleased to have you in the Birmingham Chapter!
  • Kim Jones
  • Trey Childs (Craft Farms Golf Resort) *
  • David Sikes (Cherokee Ridge Country Club) *
  • Laura Lombard
  • Laura Johnson
  • Ashlee Lowry (Rock Creek Golf Club) *
  • Doug Wert (Cider Ridge Golf Club) *

*EWGA Golf Club Network Membership

Handicap Information

Click here to access our handicap information page.  You can access the link to post a score from the information page or you can click here to go directly to the EWGA member portal. 


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Winter Clinics

Winter Clinics will begin Sunday, November 16 at 10 a.m. at RTJ Academy... more

EWGA Birmingham Hole-In-One Club

Have an ace in the past couple of years? Send Bobbie an email at more

Golf Club Network

As a member of EWGA you are entitled to discounts at golf courses that are a member of the EWGA Golf Network. Current courses in Birmingham are Ballantrae Golf Club and Robert Trent Jones at Ross Bridge and Robert Trent Jones at Oxmoor Valley.  Click here for the current  rates in Birmingham. 

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  1. 2015 Golf Kickoff

    Mar 15, 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM (CT)
    United States
  2. LPGA-USGA Girls Golf Kickoff

    Mar 22, 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM (CT)
    Birmingham, AL, United States
  3. Chapter Championship Practice Round

    Apr 4, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM (CT)
    United States
  4. Atlanta Challenge Qualifier

    Apr 11
    United States
  5. Ross Bridge Nine and Dine

    Apr 16
    Hoover, AL, United States
  6. Atlanta Challenge Qualifier

    Apr 18
    United States
  7. Chapter Championship Practice Round

    Apr 19, 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM (CT)
    United States
  8. Women’s State Senior Championship

    Apr 22 - 24
    Foley, AL, United States
  9. Chapter Championship

    May 9
    Pelham, AL, United States
  10. Regions Tradition PGA Champions Tour

    May 13 - 17
    Birmingham, AL, United States

It's OK Rules!


The "It's OK to Play" practices were designed to provide guiltless ways to make golf more fun while learning.  While the Rules of Golf are important, they apply to keeping score and competition. When you are learning the game or just out to have some fun, it's OK to use these practices as an enjoyable way to play and have fun.

The "It's OK to Play" practices were introduced at the GOLF 20/20 Forum in May, 2011 in conjunction with the World Golf Hall of Fame Induction ceremony in St. Augustine, FL.


  • The "It's OK to Play" practices are a list of 18 ways to make golf more fun while learning and to help overcome the intimidation that may come with knowing all the rules.
  • The "It's OK to Play" list was put in writing to confirm to all who are learning golf, the message that it is OK to bend a few rules while learning.
  • The list was prepared in consultation with Rand Jerris, Senior Managing Director, Public Services, USGA.
  • USGA supports the "It's OK to Play" practices as another effort to get more people and families out on the courses and having fun with golf.
  • Steps are being taken to ensure widespread adoption of these practices to golf courses and facilities across the nation.

Some "It's Okay" hints include:

  • It's okay to start each hole from the shortest tees, or make up your own length. It's okay to start at the 150 yard marker if you like.
  • It's okay to make the ball easier to hit by rolling it around and setting it up on a little tuft of fact, it's okay to 'tee the ball up' ANYWHERE when you are first learning to play.
  • It's okay to throw the ball out of a bunker if you try to hit it but miss - we recommend giving at least one try, but it's okay to do what you like. Be sure to rake your footprints, too.
  • It's okay to move your ball away from trees, rocks or very hilly lies. It's okay to give yourself a better lie and an easier shot.
  • It's okay to play any number of holes and call it a round of golf. You can play 3-holes, 6-holes, 9-holes, 12-holes, etc.
  • For full it's okay tips Click here