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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. 

Just Added--September 12 at Chambers Bay!

Now's your chance to check out for yourself the course that challenged the pros at the US Open! Though it has only one tree, Chambers Bay presents a challenge with its fescue grass and undulating course. Come out on Saturday, September 12, and see what caused all the conversation and consternation, and enjoy the gorgeous vistas of Puget Sound! This is a walking-only course, but you're welcome to use your pull cart or rent one there. Caddies available at extra charge. Tee times start at 11 am. Cost $190 includes all taxes and fees. Register here by August 15.

Seafair/Blue Angels Fun Play

It's Seafair Sunday, and Jefferson Golf course is the perfect place to see the Blue Angels fly over as you golf.  

Join us on Sunday, August 2 at 11:00 a.m. for fun play at Jefferson Golf course.  Sign up now for this popular event before it sells out! Cost is $73 and includes cart, green fees, a drink and prizes. Register here by July 27.  

Chapter Championship. Lots of Ways to Participate

The biggest weekend of our season is coming up in July...our EWGA Seattle Chapter Championship weekend! Whether you plan to compete in the tournament or not (and we hope you do!), there is a way for you to experience the fun and excitement of the weekend of July 18-19 at the Home Course in DuPont. How can you participate?

Play in the July 19 Tournament! Whether you're an experienced tournament player or a newbie, if you have a handicap of 40.4 or better, there is a place for you in the stroke play tournament. The Chapter Championship is flighted, with five separate "flights" based on handicap, so you'll be competing against players with handicaps similar to yours. There is also a 4-woman-team scramble competition which has no maximum handicap limit but does have a team composition requirement. The web site has all the details about stroke play and scramble team eligibility and flighting. Cost is $82 to walk or $97 to ride.

Play in the July 18 Fun Play/Practice Round. Whether you're planning to play in the tournament or you just want to play the terrific Home Course, come out for a fun day. This year we're adding a Hole-in-One contest to the prize pot! Tee times start at 11 am. $58 cost does not include cart or range balls; most people find this to be a walkable course. Register here by July 10.

Volunteer at the Chapter Championship! Maybe you're not quite ready to compete in the tournament, but you'd like to see what it's all about. Volunteering is a great way to check it all out and to experience the excitement of tourney day! You'll help in areas such as registration, spotting (where you're assigned to help players keep an eye on their shots) or scoring. Let Mary Herlin know if you'd like to help!

Sponsor a hole!! Whether you have a business you'd like to promote or you just want to send a message of support to participants, a hole sponsorship is a great way to get the word out! For $75 you'll get a sign at one of the holes, and the opportunity for signage/promotional materials at a table in the banquet room. Contact Karen Snepp for more information or to sign up!

2015 Leagues Session 3 Starts this Week

The most popular offerings by EWGA Seattle are the weekday/weeknight leagues. This season we offer 4 league sessions each 5 weeks long.  League play is already under way with 6 pre-registration and 5 drop-in league choices from Monday through Thursday. Registration deadline is Saturday, June 27, for the popular session 3 (running week of July 6-week of August 3), so don't delay; reserve your spot now!

If you're not able to commit to the five weeks of this session, you still have options to play! You can:
 --let the league coordinator that you'd like to be a substitute for the league, giving you a chance to play if a player isn't available some week
--register for pre-registration sessions 4 (starts August 10) at one (or more) of the following courses: Mount Si, Interbay (par 3 course), Heron Links (par 3 league for beginners), Willows Run, Nile Shrine or Bellevue Municipal
--check out the options for our week-to-week/drop-in leagues and let the organizer know you want to join the fun at:  evenings at Lake Tapps, Maplewood, Legion, or Jefferson; Thursday morning at Lynnwood; or early morning on the Eastside (Bellevue/Redmond).

For full details on the league locations, dates and costs, and to register, visit the Weekly Leagues page of the web site.

Support EWGA Sponsors and Member Businesses!

When considering purchasing products and services, please be sure to
a) support our chapter sponsors and
b) check our Member Business Listings and support our EWGA Seattle Chapter members who own or represent products or services in the Puget Sound area!

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 May Newsletter is Here!

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

  • President's Corner with President Mary Herlin
  • Member Profile--Charlene Waymire
  • Register Now!--Mystery Golf, Pendleton Road trip
  • Give Match Play a Try
  • Volunteer Opportunities


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2015 Weekend Events

The 2015 Season is taking shape for golfing fun!  Check out our social and weekend pages for what we have in store for the season, registration is now open. 

Improve Your Game - Sign up for The Chipping Clinic

Our EWGA Clinics are a great way to learn or refine golf skills! And, if you're thinking about taking lessons, they also provide a great way to meet local instructions and see if their philosophy and teaching approach is a good fit!

Chipping Clinic & Contest 
Harbour Pointe Golf Club
Saturday, July 11 1:00-3:30 pm

Chipping can be frustrating if the ball goes screaming across the green or doesn’t even make the green.  Simple knowledge and a little supervised practice is all you need to get good ball contact and controllable distance.  Join PGA pro Chris Aoki to learn the keys to good chipping, and then apply them in a fun post-clinic contest, followed by social time at her teaching academy. Chris's philosophy is embraces that of the EWGA: "Making golf easy and fun!"

For more information about and to register, visit our 
Clinics & Seminars page

Tee-Off Brunch Features Kathy G-Jensen

What a treat for our Tee-Off brunch attendees to meet and listen to 2014 PGA National Teacher of the Year Kathy G-Jensen, 
the first woman in PGA History to win this award and the first from the PNWPGA Section (1 out of 28,000 PGA members nationally). Kathy shared her experiences with us and reminded us all that "Golf is AWESOME!" When asked for a tip or two, she pointed out that many women take things quite literally, so guidance such as "Keep the Left Elbow Straight" can be a hindrance to our swing development. When looking for a golf teacher, make sure to find someone with whom you can communicate!

After perusing vendor tables, meeting new friends and catching up with old friends and enjoying brunch, attendees were welcomed by EWGA Seattle president Mary Herlin. She introduced the assistant director of the First Tee of Greater Seattle, Kimberly Goode, who brought along two member ambassadors and reinforced how important the organization is for teaching not only golf but also off-course values.

Following the brunch, many attendees took to the Foster Golf Links course for a 9-hole scramble. Despite the breezy weather and one hole of a rain squall, everyone seemed glad to get the season under way.

Thanks to all the volunteers, vendors and sponsors who made our 2015 Tee-Off a terrific success!

"Get Golf Ready" - Great 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 Harbour Pointe.

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

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Kirkland, WA 98033-6108


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