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9 & Dine - Celebrate Spring!


Come out and play nine holes during the week!
 

Take a break from your busy work week and join us for casual golf and social time afterwards on Tuesday and/or Friday evenings (view schedule online).  Nine and Dines are for members only, but we encourage you to bring a guest to check us out.  Non-members are allowed to play up to two time as a guest.
 
Tuesday Evenings:
  • Dubsdread Golf Course: 5:30 Tee Time - $18
  • Reunion Resort: 5:30 Tee Time - $25   

Friday Evenings:

  •     MetroWest Golf Club: 5:30 Tee Time - $18 (+tax)

Pay each course directly upon arrival.

*One-time annual registration fee is $20.  Pay online or pay the host the first time you come out.

 
If you have not yet registered, Click Here for more details.

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Sep 13 - Golf @ Celebration Golf Club (8:30 Shotgun) 
   



WHAT'S NEW

Download the Mobile EWGA Handicap App

Now you can post your scores to your EWGA handicap profile using your iPhone or Android phone. No need to get home to your computer, post immediately after your round and it will be synced with your online account. 
  
To get the app, go to the App Store or Google Play Store on your mobile device and search for EWGA. Simply download the free app and sign in with your EWGA Login and Password. Contact AHQ if you have forgotten your login or password. 
   
Remember to enter ALL your scores of every round you play – 9 holes, 18 holes, stroke play, match play – enter them all! 


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Have you recently received a renewal notice?  The link below makes EWGA renewal quick and easy.

When you are a member of the nearly 20,000 women-strong EWGA, you'll discover that EWGA is all about connecting women to learn, play, and enjoy golf for business and for fun. EWGA is dedicated to enriching the lives of women through the game of golf. And no one does it better!

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Know Your Handicap

The purpose of the USGA Handicap System is to make the game of golf more enjoyable by enabling players of differing abilities to compete on an equitable basis. A Handicap Index compares a player's scoring ability to the scoring ability of a scratch golfer on a course of standard difficulty. Having a handicap index allows golfers to participate in more events (those that require a handicap index), have a measureable means of tracking improvement, and allows score adjustments to even the playing field when playing with golfers of different skill levels.

The EWGA Handicap Service is part of your membership.  Use this link to post your latest score Post A Score  (log in and select Handicap). Contact Janet Van Slyke for guidance if needed.

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