Welcome to CWGA
100 Years and Going Strong!
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 61 member clubs with a membership of about 450 women. Club membership in this Association is limited to private golf clubs in the State of Connecticut.
Annual Meeting - October 11
June 5-8 at Golf Club of Avon
Congratulations to Autumn Serruta, Golf Club of Avon, who won the CWGA Championship in the finals on Friday June 8th over Mim Schreck, Oronoque CC, by a 5 and 3 margin. Mercedese Large, Wampanoag, and Darlene Tranquilli, Great River, were semi-finalists. Autumn was the medalist on Tuesday with a 75.
Congratulations also to Suzanne Harris, Hop Meadow CC, for her 6&5 victory over Nancy DeLuca, Brownson, in the Founders Cup finals. Michelle Murphy and Robin Bickerstaff were semi-finalists.
Pictured above are, L to R, Suzanne Harris, Nancy DeLuca, Mim Schreck, and Autumn Serruta.
2019 Tournament Schedule - Highlights
To view the rest of the preliminary tournament schedule, click here.
New Rules of Golf in Effect as of January 1, 2019
Here are a couple of resources to learn more about the new rules:
2018 Yearbook now available on Shutterfly
Click here to view.
Congratulations Suzy Whaley!
Suzy Whaley, CT resident, professional golfer, golf instructor, mother, and friend to many CWGA golfers has been elected as the 41st President of the PGA of America, the first female to serve in that role. Click here to read more about Suzy Whaley.
Annual Meeting - October 11 at Heritage Village
There were two important votes at this year's meeting. First, the following slate of officers was elected to serve the next two years:
Robin Bickerstaff, the outgoing President, will continue to serve on the Executive Committee in her role as immediate Past President and Nominating Committee chairperson. Congratulations and thanks are due to Robin for her leadership over the past two years, including significant extra work in integrating our new tournament software with our tournament operations.
Also, the members at the Annual Meeting approved the proposed by-laws change that adjusts the number of members needed for a quorum at annual and special meetings.
Fittingly to end the year, the scheduled 18-Hole Scramble Tournament after the meeting was cancelled due to rain.
Endicott Cup - October 2-4 at Wyantenuck CC in Great Barrington MA
Due to heavy rain and wet course conditions, play was suspended during the first round on Tuesday. Additional rain that evening and early the next morning caused the course to be unplayable and the cancellation of the event. CWGA will host the 2019 Endicott Cup & Tri-State Matches on October 1-3 at Madison Country Club in Madison, Connecticut.
Past Presidents' Cup Team Matches
2018 Winning Teams
Click here for match results and final standings.
Presidents' Cup Tournament at Clinton CC
This tournament had the most competitors of any this year - 68, and almost all of the players are in this picture!
Congratulations to the winning team, with the overall low net best ball score: Donna Harris and Linda Weintraub. Click here for full results.
Hole in 1 at Best Ball of 2 Tournament at Rockrimmon
Pictured at left holding a celebratory glass of champagne is Adele Clingman of the host club, who had a hole in 1 on the 17th hole.
Roseann Nygard, former CWGA President, featured in CT Magazine
Roseann, CWGA President from 1987-1988, was featured in a recent article in Connecticut Magazine.
The article by Robert DiGioia is titled: "Here's Roseann Nygard: Business Pioneer, Avid Golfer and Unstoppable at 90"
Click here to read the article.
Photo by Robert DiGioia
CWGA Seniors', Legends', and Juniors' Championships at Country Club of Farmington July 30-31
The winner of the 2018 Seniors' Championship is Nancy Walker, Wethersfield CC, with a winning two-day score of 160. The runner up was Jean Sennett, Wampanoag, one shot back with a 161. A close third, with a 162 score, was Lisa Fern-Boros, Highland GC. Click here for full results.
The net winner was Martha Alward, Brownson. Pictured at left, left to right, are Sennett, Walker and Alward.
Sarah Houle, Taylor Brown, Caroline Bunt, and Anelise Browne
Nancy Lehr Cup - Old Lyme Country Club
The women at Old Lyme CC held their annual Nancy Lehr Cup tournament on May 31, raising funds for CWGA junior golf.
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