What is the LPGA Women Who Play Championship?
Each year, LPGA Women Who Play holds the largest women's amateur golf competition in the world! Qualifying rounds are conducted on Chapter and Regional levels. There are five flights to accommodate all levels of golfers, plus a competitive scramble team option. Winners of each flight may advance through the qualifying rounds to compete in the LPGA Women Who Play Championship Finals.
Pacific Northwest District Semifinal
Aug. 4 (Register by July 19)
OGA Golf Course, Woodburn
Details and registration to come later. But this year, Portland Chapter winners will get to play at a local course in the regionals!
Click here to view 2017 Semifinal results from the Pacific Northwest and ALL regions.
LPGA Women Who Play Championship Finals
Oct. 12-13 (Register by Sept. 10)
Innisbrook Resort, Palm Harbor, FL
Details to come.
Click here to view 2017 Finals results.
At all stages of the EWGA Championship Series, the Low Gross and Low Net Stroke Play Champions in each flight are eligible to advance. The First-Place Intra-Chapter Team Scramble Competition winners are eligible to advance. Click here to visit the EWGA Championship website for all the details.
Stroke Play Competition
Stroke Play competitors begin play in one of five flights based on their USGA Handicap Index at the Chapter Championship qualifying event. Updated Handicap Indexes will be required at every level of competition. Advancing players will be placed in respective flights based on their handicap index prior to the next level of competition.
Stroke Play Flights:
Championship - Handicaps 0.0 to 12.0
First Flight - Handicaps 12.1 to 19.0
Second Flight - Handicaps 19.1 to 25.0
Third Flight - Handicaps 25.1 to 32.0
Fourth Flight - Handicaps 32.1 to 40.4
Intra-Chapter Team Scramble
Intra-Chapter scramble teams consist of four (4) women who meet the eligibility requirements to play in the EWGA Championship. The team "handicap" is established based on the USGA/RCGA Handicap Index of all four players. Handicap range: 0.0 to 40+.
To qualify, LPGA Women Who Play members must:
- Follow the registration guidelines distributed by your local Chapter
- Select one of the two formats when you register: individual stroke play or four-woman team scramble
- Be a female LPGA Women Who Play member in good standing
- Have a veriﬁable USGA or RCGA approved Handicap
- Be an amateur as deﬁned by USGA Rules of Amateur Status Questions