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Welcome to the EWGA Seattle Chapter website! This site also includes a lot of info from our national EWGA organization. If you get to a page where you no longer see the "Seattle Chapter" tab as a choice across the top of the page, you are on the national site. Don't fret! You should be able to get back to the Seattle Chapter site via your back arrow. Contact if you are not able to find what you're looking for. 

2014 EWGA Seattle Chapter Championship

Congratulations to the 37 women who took on a beautiful (but a bit windy) Home Course for the 2014 EWGA Seattle Chapter Championship! Though the course presented some challenges, spirits remained high and 14 members have qualified for the Pac NW semi-finals (1st low gross, 1st low net in each stroke play flight, plus the 1st place net Scramble team, qualify to advance). 2014 Results:

Championship Flight
Teresa Miller 1st low gross and overall champion with an 81
Gretchen Fudala 1st low net

First Flight
Helen Lally 1st low gross
Debbie Yee 1st low net
Julie Schmitt 2nd low gross
Ana Rimkus 2nd low net

Second Flight
Kristi Growdon 1st low gross
Susan Lehr 1st low net
Tammy Curtis 2nd low gross
Sam Gillett 2nd low net

Third Flight
Carolyn Friedt 1st low gross
Pat Solberg 1st low net
Kim Wahl 2nd low gross
Michelle Kirwin 2nd low net

Fourth Flight
Laurie Pearson 1st low gross
Cheryl Allen 1st low net
Barb Caraco 2nd low gross
Charlene Waymire 2nd low net

Scramble Team
First Place:  Tung Ho, Caren Althauser, Orla Harnett, Anne Zvirblis
Second Place: Teresa Potter, Amy Brightman, Susan Rasp, Kathy Wegner

Congratulations to all participants! And thanks to our sponsors and volunteers, particularly our Tournament Director Yvonne Gitchel!

Weekend Event Added--August 31 at Mount Si

Mount Si is a beautiful course in Snoqualmie, WA, nestled at the base of its mountain namesake. The course is walkable, playable with a few challenges along the way. The nearby elk herd can often be seen grazing in the field near the course entrance. We often use this course for our "New Member Mixer" event in the spring, so it seemed fitting that we use it Sunday, August 31, for our  "Pac NW Chapters Mixer" event the day following the EWGA Pacific NW Semi-Finals at Redmond Ridge.

Our first tee time will be 10 a.m., so plan to come out a little early to enjoy social time over breakfast at the course grill, offering some of the best breakfasts of any golf course! There is also a driving range available, so come for breakfast even if you have a later tee time and you'll have a chance to hit a few balls before teeing off.

Following the round, plan to join members of the six Pac NW chapters for one of the many activities available near the course, whether its shopping at the North Bend Outlets (including Cutter & Buck), visiting the popular Snoqualmie Falls, or trying your luck at the scenic Snoqualmie Casino. It's Labor Day weekend, and there will be a lot going on in the Seattle area this weekend!
Cost for golf is $55, not including cart. (Power carts are available at the course for $14/rider, but most of our players find this to be a walkable course.).
Register here by Thursday, August 21. Questions? Contact event organizer Tammy Curtis.





Welcome to the EWGA Seattle Chapter!

Since 1993, the EWGA Seattle Chapter has promoted the growth of women's golf in the Pacific Northwest.

OUR MISSION: "Connecting women to learn, play and enjoy golf for business and fun"
Are you an avid golfer, looking for organized events at local courses?
Want to play golf, but can't find the people, places or time?
Your company or client wants you to play golf, but you aren't sure about the rules of the game or golf etiquette?
You don't have a handicap, but would like to learn more about what that is and how to get one?
You travel and want a source for woman-friendly courses and or friendly golf companions in other areas?
You want to test or improve your golf skills through friendly competitions?

If any of these apply to you, then check us out!

We may be the group for you --  EWGA - The golf organization for current and aspiring business and professional women.

Our chapter is part of an international EWGA organization. You can join through the EWGA Web site, either online or by downloading an application.  

Peruse our website and learn about our fun activities, and contact our Membership Chair if you have questions about joining the EWGA Seattle Chapter.

We hope to see you on the course soon!

The July Newsletter is Here!

Check out the July newsletter. It contains more information about the following:

  • President's Corner with President Mary Herlin
  • Volunteer Opportunities--7/27 Chapter Championship and 8/30 PacNW Semi-Final
  • Sponsorship Opportunity--7/27 Chapter Championship, starting at $50
  • Leagues Update--Session 3 about to start 
  • Weekend Fun Play--Just a Few More Events
  • Handicap Primer
  • Lost Ball Protocol
  • Reminder of Your Member Benefits
  • Welcoming our newest 2014 members


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Weekly Leagues Under Way; Choose From 12 Locations!

EWGA Seattle Chapter League Play is a weekly organized golf (9 holes unless otherwise noted) at different courses throughout the Seattle area; it is fun, non-competitive play. This year we start late April and end in the middle of September. There are two types of leagues from which to choose:

"Session" Leagues
--A member can sign up for any or all of the four five-week sessions of play, registering for the session and paying in advance. Many members prefer this structure because the commitment ensures they get themselves out onto the course…they've signed up so they show up! If you are unable to make one of the five weeks of the session, the league coordinator provides a "sub list" for contact, and your sub pays you for the night you miss.

"Drop-In" Leagues--Also again this year we will offer a few "drop-in leagues". For these leagues, players contact the league coordinator at least two days in advance of play to confirm their spot for that week's round, and then pay at the course when they check in. Members who have unpredictable work schedules may prefer this format.New this year for those who have calendar flexibility, we have added two MORNING Drop-in Leagues. Though these are called "drop-in" leagues, it's important to tell the coordinator that you intend to show up!Each course has its own start time and number of tee times reserved for EWGA players.

Each League also has one or two Coordinators that arrange foursomes, coordinate any changes with the courses and generally make sure you have a good time. Although League Play is only open to EWGA members, guests are welcome to play twice (two nights) before joining EWGA. In addition to golf, most Leagues get together after each night of play for dinner or drinks to socialize and tell tall tales of golf. Please see the 
League FAQ to learn more about our very popular leagues.

For the 2014 season (April-Sept), leagues will be held at the following courses.
For more details and registration links for each Session League, please click on the league link below 



Match Play Team Prepares for the 2014 EWGA Cup!

A few years ago, the EWGA began a regional and national match play competition, named the EWGA Cup.  Seattle EWGA has had a team competing each of the past 3 years, finishing SECOND overall last year! Captain Pam Gale has another stellar team ready to go this year for the 2014 EWGA Cup

The 2013 Emerald City Stix Chix took second place nationally in the EWGA Cup!


Each team is made up of eight women.  Both the regional and national events are two days: 

Day One:  Four –Ball, a match in which two players from team A each play their own ball against two players from team B playing their own balls.  Who ever has the lowest net score for that hole wins a point for their team.  Points are awarded by hole, the match is won by winning the most points.

Day Two:  Singles match play – one-on-one play, points awarded by winning the hole.

There are two stages of this competition, beginning with Cup Qualifiers at various locations across the US. Seattle’s qualifying event is September 13-14 at the Westin Mission Hills Course, Rancho Mirage, California


The top teams from each Cup Qualifier then meet at the EWGA Cup Championship December 7-8 at Troon North Golf Club, in Scottsdale, Arizona. 


There is also some very good information about The EWGA Cup and match play competition that can be found at  (Log in, select Member Clubhouse, then select The EWGA Cup)

"Get Golf Ready"--A Great Program for Newer Golfers

Get Golf Ready is a national program designed to teach everything you'll need to play golf in just a few lessons. EWGA Chapters coordinate with PGA and LPGA Professionals to link EWGA members who are new golfers to a Get Golf Ready clinic in their area. Several Seattle area courses are participating, including Newcastle Golf Club and Foster Links.

Get Golf Ready sessions cover:

The Hole is the Goal - How to get around the club house, social benefits, what to wear, the difference in golf clubs, putting

Getting it Close - Stretching and wellness tips; how to hold the club; chipping and pitching; caring for the course

Swing, Swing, Swing - The full swing; using your irons; learning the lingo

Driving School - Hitting long shots; Tee It Forward; helpful short cuts

Ready, Set...Go Golf - Playing the first few holes; tips for playing in groups; driving the cart; review of the rules

 To find out more and find a class near you, visit Play Golf America's "Get Golf Ready" site.  

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EWGA Seattle Chapter

218 Main Street, #613 

Kirkland, WA 98033-6108


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