The LPGA Amateur Golf Association is a not-for-profit organization formed in 1991 to provide opportunities for career-oriented women to learn, play, and enjoy the game of golf for business and for life. The DC Metro Chapter of the LPGA Amateur Golf Association has been in existence since 1992, and is growing strong! We have close to 500 members, offer 21 leagues, a full complement of weekend golf events, and more! We organize both social and golf activities during the winter months for all levels.
Membership in the national LPGA Amateur Golf Association includes membership in the local chapter of your choice, which in this case is the DC Metro Chapter. Membership periods are annual from the date that you join. There are four levels of LPGA Amateur Golf Association memberships: Classic, Young Professional, Senior and Executive.
Click here for more information about the membership levels and benefits and to Join.
How Do I Join LPGA Amateur Golf Association?
Click here for a step-by-step instruction guide for those who want to join LPGA Amateur Golf Association. To get to the LPGA Amateur Golf Association DC chapter, type Washington, DC (or just Washington). This will bring up the Washington DC Chapter without having to scroll through the entire list.
You can join online (scroll to the bottom of the page, then click on the Sign Up button) or you can mail in an application.
How Do I Renew My Membership?
You can renew your online or by mail. Follow the steps below to renew your membership online.
- Go to lpgaamateurs.com and click the SIGN IN button at the top of the screen
- Type your email address and password to sign in on the Login screen. If you have not registered at the ewga.com web site, click the New Visitor Registration link and follow the prompts to register.
- Once you are logged in, click on the Membership Renewal button on the left-hand side of the page and select the open order/invoice for membership renewal.
How Do I Log In To LPGA Amateur Golf Association?
Go to http://lpgaamateurs.com/ and click on the big green SIGN IN button.
Use your email address as your USERNAME (this is the one in the database that is used for all LPGA Amateur Golf Association communications).
Use Password1 as your PASSWORD the first time you login (this is the temporary password given to all new members)
If you are a current member and have forgotten your password, you can hit the button to reset it and will receive an email with a new temporary password. (If this doesn’t work correctly for you, please send an email to email@example.com and we will reset it for you.)
Once you get your new temporary password and go back to sign in, you’ll be prompted to change your password.
Use Password1 (or the new temporary one provided to you by email) as your old password, then enter a new one.
You will now be in the LPGA Amateur Golf Association Member Portal.
You can click on the orange HANDICAP box on the left side of the page to enter scores, on the MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL box to make dues payments, on the MY INFORMATION to make updates to your member information, or on the MEMBER CLUBHOUSE link.
How Can Expired Members Renew?
Members have 3 months to renew online before they are considered lapsed and are locked out of the database for renewal purposes. After 3 months, you will need to complete a renewal form and return it by fax or mail so that you can be reactivated in the database.
However, within that 3 month window, if members are even one day past their renewal date they will not be able to Log into the Members Only area – which includes the Member Clubhouse and the handicap system. If you are unable to log into the Member Clubhouse, you not have access to Member Only Chapter activities like leagues and Chapter Events.
To renew, members in the 3 month window must go to the main LPGA Amateur Golf Association website at http://lpgaamateurs.com/ and sign in (upper right corner) using their password.
That takes them to the page with the “Membership Renewal” button.
What Is The Best Way To Ensure Member Privacy?
More and more LPGA Amateur Golf Association members are concerned about having their personal contact information appear online. EWGA respects that, and has a couple of options for members to have control of what they want to appear.
The best option to protect personal information is for members to log into the Member Clubhouse. Follow the steps below to set your privacy settings.
- Select the My Profile menu option.
- Select My Settings.
- Select Privacy from the pull down to the right of your photo.
- Select Yes to be included in the member directory and community rosters.
- On the Privacy page you can select what group (My Contacts, Members Only, Public or Only Me) can see different categories of information including your email address, phone number, address, etc.
There are other settings you can configure including what types of emails you receive and, for general emails, if you want them directed to an email address other than your primary LPGA Amateur Golf Association email address.
Do not select No to not be included in the member directory and community rosters. This option will block the member from being able to log in to the LPGA Amateur Golf Association Member Clubhouse and the Handicap Service. The Member Clubhouse is the “portal” to all Members Only services and events including chapter leagues and member only events and LPGA Amateur Golf Association member benefits. We strongly recommend that you do not select this option.
If you previously selected No to not be included in the member directory and community rosters, follow the five steps above.