The EWGA, also known as the Executive Women's Golf Association, is a Florida not-for-profit 501(c)(6) corporation serving an international membership. The EWGA exists to connect women to learn, play and enjoy golf for business and for fun.
Since its inception in 1991, the EWGA has served as a portal to golf and touched the lives of tens of thousands of women. EWGA has Chapters throughout the United States, along with international Chapters in Canada, Bermuda, South Africa and Italy. They offer a wide range of organized golf activities, learning programs, volunteer, social and networking opportunities for both novice and experienced golfers.
The EWGA is dedicated to inclusiveness and diversity in its membership and seeks to provide timely, valued benefits and services to EWGA members to promote the growth of women's golf and enrich the lives of women through the game of golf. The EWGA also serves as an advocate for positive change on issues of importance to women golfers.
EWGA members join the Association and may select a local Chapter as a part of the base dues. Members may also join additional local Chapters for an added fee. Chapters are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.
EWGA Chapter activities typically include: member recruitment events; 2 to 3 major tournaments; weekly ‘after work' 9-hole league play; business networking and social functions; weekend golf outings; golf rules and etiquette seminars; education programs; a Chapter Championship (the qualifying event in the EWGA Championship); charity fundraising events; and volunteer installation and recognition events.
For more information about the EWGA and its membership, visit www.ewga.com.