President's Tee Box
Dear LPGA Women Who Play Members and Friends,As you've probably heard and seen in communications from our national headquarters the Executive Women's Golf Association has strengthened its relationship with the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and has rebranded the organization as LPGA Women Who Play.
Chelsey MinchEWGA Louisville President
The EWGA will 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.
This strategic alliance brings together the LPGA, one of the longest-running women's professional sports associations in the world, and the EWGA, the largest national women's amateur golf organization, which currently has nearly 12,000 members spanning approximately 100 communities in the United States, Canada, Bermuda and Italy. This move will create enhanced experiences and events for existing members and provide our organization with a platform to attract a new audience of women to local chapters and the game of golf.
The new logo has already been unveiled and the next few months will bring more changes in our marketing materials. This exciting partnership will help us grow our chapter and provide additional opportunities for LPGA Women Who Play in the Louisville area.