Executive Women's Golf Association Re-branded as LPGA Women Who Play
The commitment remains to create local and national golf communities for women
The Executive Women's Golf Association (EWGA) has officially joined the LPGA family and has been re-branded as 'LPGA Women Who Play,' the final structural step in a strategic alliance between the two organizations to further promote the growth of women's golf.
The EWGA has become a branch of the LPGA Foundation with an overarching goal to create additional playing opportunities for women golfers, which is viewed by both organizations as the perfect complement to the LPGA Women’s Network, a digital platform for female players to share their passion for the game.
The newly created LPGA Women Who Play will remain focused on creating local and national golf communities and experiences for its thousands of members and hundreds of chapters across the globe.
Together, the LPGA, LPGA Women’s Network and LPGA Women Who Play will create 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.
The board is excited about this alliance and view it as a positive move for women and golf. Over the upcoming months our website will have a new look and our email address will change. The board is working hard to assure the transition for our members is as seamless as possible. What won’t change is the spirit of our members and the camaraderie we have on the course.
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