Welcome to CWGA
The Connecticut Women's Golf Association is a voluntary not-for-profit organization founded in 1919. CWGA provides competitive golfing opportunities for its members, promotes understanding of the rules of golf and encourages female junior golfers statewide.
CWGA now comprises 60 member clubs with a membership of about 500 women. Club membership in this Association is limited to private golf clubs in the State of Connecticut.
2016 Seniors, Legends & Jrs
The Cup matches are underway: Current Results & Standings
Mercedese Large won the Connecticut Women's Tournament of Champions on the second hole in a 3-way playoff. Pictured above are the playoff participants - Mercedese Large (L), Nicole Elliott (C), and Myra Macmillan (R).
Click here for full results.
Congratulations to this year's winners and runners up:
Seniors Legends Juniors
Winner: Lisa Fern-Boros (76-82 158) Winner: Terry McNamara (92) Winner: Taylor Rodgers (81-82 163)
Runner Up: Jean Sennett (82-81 163) Runner Up: Ann Malone (93) Runner Up: Kelsey Sullivan (91-86 177)
Low Net: Mim Schreck Low Net: Hannah Steel
For full results, click on tournament names listed above.
Joyce Curran (L), the CWGA Captain, and Carole Oat (R), the SNEWGA Captain, are pictured at left. Carole captained the winning team at this year's matches held at Blue Fox Run. SNEWGA captured 98 points vs. 82 by CWGA. Click here for full results.
The NEWGA Championship was won by Katie Barrand from Massachusetts and the Myopia Hunt Club. Mim Schreck (on right in picture at left) from Oronoque CC won the Legends division.
The tournament scheduled to be held at Suffield CC on June 27th has been rescheduled to September 26th. The format for this event has also been changed - it will be a better ball of partners. Registration will open July 1st. Refunds have been made to all players registered to play on the original date.
For the third year in a row, MacKenzie Hawkes of Madison CC is our CWGA Champion. She defeated Nikki Liucci of Farmington Woods 4 and 3 in Friday's final match of the Championship flight. In the Founders Cup Myra Macmillan (Oronoque) was a 3 and 2 winner over Janet Karabin (Silvermine). Thanks to all of the participants, tournament officials, CSGA rules officials, spotters, and Redding CC for contributing to another successful championship tournament. Click here for final results.
Pictured at left: MacKenzie Hawkes (L) and Nikki Liucci (R).
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Chits have been emailed to the winners of one-day tournaments through the 2-Ball Scramble at Oronoque on 7/26. Please add CWGAawards@cwga.org to your contacts so that the email doesn't go into your spam folder.
The 2016 edition of the membership handbook is available online now in the Members Only section (you must login to view it). The hard copy version has been mailed to all members who renewed their membership in a timely manner.
2015 CWGA Yearbook
The 2015 CWGA Yearbook on Shutterfly is available.
See photos from CWGA tournaments and other 2015 events.
Click on image at left to view this and prior year yearbooks.
Click here to see the 2016 tournament schedule on TPP.
We have a great selection of venues this year, spread throughout the state.
And a number of tournaments are in the afternoon this year!
Want to help out at a CSGA event? The CSGA tournament schedule consists of approximately 75 days of competition, including Championships, One-Day Tournaments, and CSGA and USGA Qualifying Rounds. CSGA tournament volunteers help with the various tasks required in administering these events, and are designated roles based on their experience. Areas of volunteer opportunities include spotters/fore-caddies, starters, rules officials and live scoring. For more information on how to get involved, click here.
Deutsche Bank Championship (August 31 - September 5 at TPC Boston)
The Deutsche Bank Championship has committees for everyone ranging from Premium Access, Cart Services to Hole Marshals. Whether you enjoy working close to the players, behind the scenes or out of the sun, they have a committee for you! Volunteering is a great way to show your support for the community and have a front row view of the action on course! Click here for more information.
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