Women's District of Columbia Golf Assocation

  • 1949 Star Cup winner

    1949 Evening Star Cup Winner

  • 1950 Evening Star B Winner

    1950 Evening Star B Winner

  • 1954 Championship Winner

    1954 Championship Winner

  • 1965 MD State Amateur Final Round

    1965 MD State Amateur Final Round

  • 1985 Division III Winners

    1985 Division III Winners

  • 2011 Tony Marlowe

    2011 Tony Marlowe

  • 2013 Futures Cup

    2013 Futures Cup

  • 2014 Intercity Team

    2014 Intercity Team

  • 2013 Past Presidents

    2013 Past Presidents

  • 2014 WDCGA Officers

    2014 WDCGA Officers

  • 2014 WDCGA Officers

    2014 WDCGA Officers

  • 2014 Junior Champ

    2014 Junior Championship

Women’s District of Columbia Golf Association

Our mission is to support and promote the best interests of amateur women golfers by organizing and conducting competitive golfing opportunities for our members. Through an active schedule of team matches, individual and team tournaments, championships and a junior golfing program, the WDCGA fosters the highest level of golfing competence, sportsmanship and camaraderie among its members, while supporting the great game of golf in the Washington D.C. area.

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Upcoming Events

3/13/2015

Tournament Chair Meeting

Kenwood Golf & CC

9:00 am

3/18/2015

Teams Meeting

Belle Haven CC

9:30 am

 

Executive Board Meeting

10:30 am

NEWS

The 2005 Spring Teams Schedule is now available. Team pairings will be available later in the year.

WDCGA FALL LUNCHEON

The 2014 Fall Luncheon, a celebration of our 90th Anniversary, was held at Belle Haven Country Club on Wednesday, November 12th.   Special guests included WDCGA Past Presidents and member Melly Tucker, President of the Women’s Division of the Maryland State Golf Association.

The Luncheon Program, 90 YEARS and "STILL PADDLING", recalled the legacy of independence and leadership the WDCGA has enjoyed and sustained throughout its long history.  Our founders famously declared that they “would like to paddle their own canoe”.   They began a tradition that has nurtured leaders in the world of local, regional and even national golf. 

Luncheon speakers were our own WDCGA members Pat Kaufman and Diane Herndon.  Pat told the story of the founding of the Maryland State Women’s Division in 1995.  Diane described the next chapter in the story, currently being written with Diane’s election to the position of 9th Vice President of the Maryland State Golf Association, positioning her to become the first woman president of the MSGA.  

The take home message from our inspiring speakers was clear.  Today, 90 years later, the WDCGA is living the legacy of our founders -- still paddling, still making waves, and still improving the quality of golf for women.

The Luncheon closed with the presentation of the WDCGA Lifetime Achievement Award to member Shelley Savage, Army Navy Country Club.  Shelley’s list of impressive victories in District, State and Regional tournaments and her personal leadership in the Virginia State Golf Association Women’s Division from 2003-2007 made her a unanimous choice to become only the second recipient of this prestigious award. 

Looking Ahead to 2015…

Important Handicap Reminder for Away Winter Play

PLEASE do the following to ensure an accurate and current handicap index in the spring:

GHIN: Use the same GHIN number when posting scores either remotely to your home club or in person at your away club. Home pro should notify GHIN that you are posting at multiple clubs.

GolfNet: Post all your away scores remotely to your home club OR bring a printed report of your last 20 away scores home with you for entry into your local GolfNet database.

Questions/concerns to Handicap Chair, Lisa M., (703) 307-6000.

New WDCGA Tournament

Icebreaker at Argyle CC. Plan to play on Saturday, April 11th in the WDCGA Icebreaker Tournament, sponsored by Carol Davies. Our first ever weekend event, the format is individual stroke-play. Watch for more details!

Junior Golf Chair Needed!!

Current Chair Liz Barth Williams is looking for someone to work with her in 2015 and take over chairing the Program in 2016. A fun and rewarding volunteer effort – 3 tournaments from June to July. Call Pam O. for details: 301-535-2494.