Welcome to the EWGA!

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Welcome to the EWGA!

We are women with a passion for golf who come together for fitness, fun, friendship and professional networking.

We offer programs and events where you can meet and connect with engaging women of all ages, with all levels of golf experience, from a broad spectrum of career paths.

Our EWGA Chapters are located in more than 120 cities in the United States and international locations including Bermuda, Canada, South Africa, Ireland, and Italy, the EWGA is active in hundreds of communities.

EWGA members enjoy access to all of our local, regional, national and even international events.

We have hundreds of programs and events that offer opportunities to connect, play golf and have fun!

Join us and learn why we are the largest international women’s amateur golf association where we take fun seriously!

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Regarding EWGA Membership

  1. What is the EWGA?

A community of women who share a passion for golf and all it brings to their lives. Founded as the Executive Women’s Golf Association, EWGA helps women get involved in golf for business reasons, for friendships, and for fun. Members learn the game, improve golf skills, and belong to a supportive network from coast to coast.

  1. Do I need to be an executive to join EWGA? Who are EWGA members?

Women. College students. Corporate groups. Working women. Retirees. Moms. Those who have never held a golf club before. Those who play competitively. Those who play socially. Those who join for the networking and friendships. Some mentor others. Some love the social gatherings. Everyone is welcome, and the EWGA provides value to every member. And because EWGA is about inclusivity, men are welcome to join too.

  1. What is the difference in the member levels and why would I choose one over the other?

The EWGA offers two membership levels, Classic and Executive, to meet the needs of our diverse member community, and both include one Chapter of your choice. You can join additional Chapters for $35 each. In addition, discounted membership options are available for Seniors (65+) and Young Professionals (18-30).

All membership levels include, at no additional charge: Complimentary general grounds admission to LPGA Tour and Futures Tour (Symetra) events; complimentary golf handicap through the online EWGA GN21 system for an official USGA handicap index; one-year subscription to GOLF magazine; a personalized EWGA bag tag and member card; and numerous special EWGA member discount offers from participating golf courses, sponsors and benefit providers.

While all membership levels offer fantastic benefits, the Executive Distinction level also includes savings of $50 toward registration for the EWGA Conference, a special limited edition EWGA branded annual gift, first choice invitations to golf events at elite venues and five-star golf resorts, and the special ClubBenefits program to play golf and access the hundreds of private ClubCorp facilities around the country and internationally too.

  1. What does it cost to join?

Membership is an individual annual membership renewable 12 months from the date joined. For new members joining EWGA for the first time, Classic membership is $155, Executive Distinction membership is $400, Senior membership is $125, and Young Professional membership is $75. Renewal fees for Classic, Executive, and Senior members are reduced $25 after the first year, and the dues amount for the Young Professional members remains the same each year.

  1. Is there a local group near me? Do I need to join that group separately?

With Chapters in 41 states, including the District of Columbia, and four countries, the EWGA is an active participant in hundreds of communities. You can check the Locations tab at the top of the EWGA website and search by your city, state or zip code to find the location nearest you. If you are unable to find a convenient Chapter in your area and are interested in helping to start a new Chapter, EWGA staff will be glad to assist in every step of the process. There is only one price for joining EWGA, and it includes membership in the Chapter of your choice.

  1. What if I am not a golfer, can I still join?

A large percentage of the new members who join EWGA every year have never played golf! Every EWGA Chapter has volunteers who coordinate golf clinics to help new golfers learn the game, the etiquette, the lingo, and everything you need to know to feel comfortable on the course. And as soon as you are ready, the Chapter has organized play dates, leagues, and events to integrate new golfers into all the activities. EWGA has programs to improve golf skills for all skill levels.

  1. Are there corporate memberships available?

EWGA works with interested companies to personalize a membership program that best meets the needs of the organization. Some companies simply want to purchase or subsidize membership for a certain number of employees, and other companies request a combination of memberships and special clinics or speakers, or might also include sponsorship of other EWGA programs. The price of a corporate membership varies depending on the personalized needs of the company. You can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss the options.

Golf Course Network

The EWGA Golf Course Network

Be a preferred place to play for golf's best customers

What is the Golf Course Network ?

The EWGA Golf Course Network is a program designed to market golf facility amenities to EWGA members. It helps increase rounds and revenue at facilities while showcasing efforts to grow women’s golf.

The EWGA attracts women who play and spend more on golf than industry averages – with members playing more than 35 rounds annually and spending $4,500 individually on rounds, instruction, equipment, travel and other golf-related items.

Join the Golf Course Network Today

A New Way to Link Golfers to Golf Courses

EWGA Golf Course Network helps grow the golf business

  • 14,000 EWGA members use the Golf Course Network to find places to play
  • Opportunities to host golf tournaments, league play and social events
  • Connect with professional businesswomen who are avid golfers
  • Promote merchandise sales in the golf shop and food and beverage sales
  • Add business to Golf Professional's lesson book

EWGA Golf Course Network members receive:

  • Listing on EWGA Golf Course Network website
  • Featured in EWGA Weekly e-newsletter - reaching more than 14,000 readers
  • Listing on EWGA 'members only' website - promoting facility benefits and services
  • One complimentary EWGA membership for a staff member


My experience with the EWGA has been great. We take our relationship with them very seriously as we see it as an opportunity to grow our business and enhance our relationship with women golfers. They are a really great group to work with and it allows us the opportunity to showcase our golf course and talents to a group of women golfers. Our relationship with our local EWGA chapter has doubled our women's golfing participation at Shadow Valley Golf Course. Simply hosting all of the activities the EWGA is affiliated with; including leagues, lessons, events and tournaments has increased our women’s participation by 100% compared to where we were approximately 5 years ago.

T.J. Gomez
PGA Director of Golf at Shadow Valley Golf Course
Boise, Idaho

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