LPGA Women Who Play is the largest women’s amateur golf association in the world. Formerly known as the Executive Women’s Golf Association, the organization maintains 12,000 members in over 100 local chapters.
It also hosts more than 7,500 local and national activities every year, including social outings, league play, networking opportunities and competitive amateur events such as the LPGA Women Who Play Championship and LPGA Women Who Play Cup.
Through the LPGA Foundation and LPGA Women’s Network, LPGA Women Who Play creates a seamless transition for women looking to go from aspiring player to recreational golfer and serve as an advocate for positive change within the game.
Please join us as we give back to the community and help support our local charities. This
year, our chapter's designated charities are Sanctuary House and Place of Hope.
These facilities provide emergency housing for women and children. To be eligible, individuals must be homeless or at serious risk of becoming homeless. The residents are frequently victims of domestic abuse or serious housing emergencies. They are provided with: safe and secure overnight accommodations; three quality meals per day; case management services; alcohol, substance abuse or mental health referrals, if needed; drug and alcohol education; employability assessments; and further permanent housing assistance. These facilities are operated by the Catholic Family Center.