Michigan is home to a large golfing population. Even though the golf season is short, golfers are dedicated to the sport.
Knowing that the women's golf market was sparse in Detroit, Nancy Oliver helped get a Motor City Chapter kicked off in 1993 with a little help from an airline with vouchers. [MORE]
Would you be willing to spend $100K for a new set of golf clubs? Well a few high-end manufactures think you will.
These manufacturers create custom shafts based on the data captured from your swing analysis. Most club fittings are based on existing shafts already manufactured. [MORE]
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The USGA is currently testing a new Flagstick Monitoring Tool equipped with technology designed to help monitor Pace of Play on the golf course. Read how this new technology plus other ideas can help you play faster. [MORE]
Women's golf was growing in the early 1990's for EWGA. The next areas to conquer were the DC beltway. The Washington DC Metro and Baltimore Chapters joined to the ever growing list.
Nancy Oliver, EWGA Founder, reminices about her adventures expanding the reach of EWGA. [MORE]
Think back to 1992:
Join EWGA founder, Nancy Oliver in her ongoing adventure of growing a small business into the association it is today. [MORE]
Roses are pretty, but lose their bloom too fast. Candy only adds to the waistline. What your Valentine wants for Valentine's Day is something from the EWGA Foundation" I Love Golf" Online Auction!
From Golf Play and Stay's to accessories, this auction is for women on the go! Follow this link to start your holiday shopping early. Hurry, it only lasts 3 days (February 8-10, 2016). Let's go bid!
Westward ho was a resounding cry of the settlers of the United States. So was the cry of Nancy Oliver, EWGA Founder. When she went to expand the EWGL to two Chapters, she expanded to the west coast of Florida in the Tampa Bay area.
Read this week's Founder's Files blog to find out more about the early strategies of building the EWGA.