LPGA Women Who Play Championship

The LPGA Women Who Play Championship started in 1995.  It is now the largest women’s amateur golf competition in the world and we want YOU to be a part of the fun and excitement.  Members of all skill levels are encouraged to compete so give the Championship a try and put your game to the test!  You must have an established handicap to participate in the LPGA Women Who Play Championship.

Stages of the LPGA Women Who Play Championship

  • The Chapter Championship (Cha Cha) is an 18-hole local qualifying round held at each Chapter location. In 2018 Cha Cha will be held on Saturday, July 7th at Musket Ridge Golf Club in Myersville, MD. 

  • The Chesapeake Region Semi-Final Championship is an 18-hole round to be held on Saturday, August 4th at Deerfield Golf Club in Newark, DE.

  • The LPGA Women Who Play Championship Finals, a two-day, 36 hole event held on Friday and Saturday, October 12-13, 2018 at Innisbrook Resort, Copperhead Course, North Course, South Course in Palm Harbour FL.

The LPGA Women Who Play Championship offers two different competitive formats: Stroke Play Competition and Inter-Chapter Team Scramble Competition. You select the competitive format that best fits your game, personality and skill level.

Stroke Play Competition

Stroke play competitors play in one of five flights at the Chapter Championship qualifying event based upon their USGA Handicap Index.

Flight

 

Handicap Range

Championship

 

0.0 to 10.0

First

 

10.1 to 17.0

Second

 

17.1 to 24.0

Third

 

24.1 to 32.0

Fourth

 

32.1 to 40.4


Inter-Chapter Scramble competition

Inter-Chapter scramble teams consist of four (4) women who meet the eligibility requirements to play in the LPGA Women Who Play Championship.  The team “handicap factor” is established based on the USGA Handicap Index of all four players. 

ALL LPGA Women Who Play DC members with an established handicap are encouraged to play. There is a time and cost commitment with this series, however, if you win and can’t continue on, you may decline and the person who came in second has the opportunity to advance.