Connecticut Women's Golf Association
providing competitive golfing opportunities for its members since 1919


The Connecticut Women's Golf Association is committed to promoting junior female golf across the state by sponsoring an extensive junior program. Junior girls who are residents of Connecticut are eligible to play in the CWGA Junior Girls' Championship as well as the Junior Tri-State Matches until whichever comes first: 1) September 1 following graduation from secondary school, or 2) her 19th birthday (unless otherwise noted on the registration form). Click here to go to the Juniors Tournament page.

Note that Junior girls ages 13 to 18 who are members of the Connecticut PGA Junior Golf Association earn points toward the Junior Player of the Year Program based on their results in the CWGA Junior Girls' Championship. Membership in Connecticut PGA is not required to participate in this championship. Click here for more information about the CT PGA Junior Player of  the Year Award and Player Performance Points earned at various tournaments, including the CWGA Junior Girls' Championship.

CWGA also co-sponsors the Connecticut High School Girl's Championship. In addition to providing juniors with the opportunity to learn about golf and compete in tournaments, the CWGA also awards scholarships to deserving young women on the basis of participation in golf programs, academic performance and financial need.

The CWGA junior girls' golf program is committed to promoting and teaching golf to young females within the state of Connecticut. In addition to learning golf skills and rules, our program will help build integrity, sportsmanship, confidence and teamwork. The girls will have the opportunity to compete, make new friends and have fun. Many of our junior girls go on to obtain golf scholarships and play college golf.

For girls under 11 years of age, check out The First Tee of Connecticut. The First Tee of Connecticut is reaching thousands of youth each year through a variety of programs including In-School Instruction, Group Lessons and Teams. Along with golf instruction, The First Tee of Connecticut teaches a Life Skills curriculum that is based on a set of nine core values: Honesty, Integrity, Sportsmanship, Respect, Courtesy, Judgment, Confidence, Responsibility and Perseverance.

Please contact us for more information about CWGA Junior Golf.

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