The all-volunteer WCGA Board is working overtime to post our schedule of upcoming events. WCGA members for the 2016 season just received their first email with some great activities starting with the beginner classes, the 3rd Annual PGA Get Golf Ready reception, and our first “dust off your clubs” outing to Lake Presidential. This is just a sampling of the events that we’ll be offering this season. Join WCGA now to take advantage of these golfing opportunities.
Join for the 2016 WCGA season for only $25 and get these benefits:
• Access to Spring and Fall Leagues;
• Invite to free annual Hill lunch and PGA evening reception;
• Opportunity to take small-group, all-women’s clinics for all skill-levels, including six week beginner class;
• Discounts to DCGolf events;
• Invites to private golf events and courses;
• Ability to get official USGA handicap; and
• Opportunity to network with other women Hill staff and women in government relations.
Please pass along the WCGA website to friends, co-workers and others and encourage them to join WCGA and save the date for our kick-off lunch. Open to new and interested members, the 2016 WCGA Kick-off lunch will be Monday, April 11th at Noon in Cannon Caucus Room.
If you have suggestions for events you want to see WCGA host, please let us know. As the 2016 season gets underway, I hope to see you out on the course soon! Thank you for being part of WCGA.
Here are some highlights. We have started Monday league night at East Potomac, with almost 50 members signed up – a great way to start off the work week! We will continue through the summer as “Meet Up Mondays.” We are bringing back the popular “Sunrise Golf” at East Potomac. Early risers gather every other Friday during June and July for nine holes on Friday mornings. All skill levels are welcome.
To practice your swing, we’re teaming up with East Potomac’s Young Professional group to do a monthly “Driving Range Social.” Starting on June 12th, this is perfect for all golfers. You come to mix and mingle while hitting golf balls at the range and enjoying beers after work.
Our clinic co-chairs have been very active by organizing beginner and intermediate clinics, making deals with local PGA pros for one-on-one lessons, and organizing our recent PGA Get Golf Ready Mixer.
Also, in recognition of our 15th year anniversary, a real push this year has been made to supporting women’s golf in the area this year by cosponsoring an upcoming Women’s Golf Month Reception on June 11th, working with PGA on their Get Golf Ready program, and the recent National Golf Day on Capitol Hill.
And finally we have plans for more weekend outings, social events like Ladies Night at National Park, and many more golfing opportunities.
Continue to check our events tab, like our Facebook site, or contact me at President@wcga.org for more information and to share any ideas you may have for events.
Thanks for your support of WCGA. Best, Sally