(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, Tuesday May 5, 2015) – The EWGA (Executive Women’s Golf Association), the largest women-focused national amateur golf association in the United States and Troon,® the leader in golf course management, development and marketing announced a new multifaceted partnership designed to increase women participation, grow activities for EWGA members and provide additional value/benefits to EWGA members.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, April 29, 2015) The EWGA announces Savvy Girl Golf as their newest Member Benefit Provider.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, April 15, 2015) Today is National Golf Day in Washington D.C. It’s a time when golf industry leaders including EWGA’s CEO Pam Swensen meet with legislators to discuss how golf impacts the national economy, its environmental value, fitness benefits, charitable contributions and accessibility.
The Official Tumbler of THE Golf Community for Women
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, March 13, 2015) There is a feeling of pride and quality assurance when someone hears “Manufactured in America” and that’s exactly what Clarissa Tumblers delivers. Clarissa Tumblers are made with Tritan™, a high-grade BPA-free and EA-free polymer. They stand out as a leader in the tumbler category because of their lower prices and quantities for custom designed tumblers.
Courses featured in national listing to welcome more golfers
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, March 9, 2015) The EWGA (Executive Women’s Golf Association), the largest women-focused national amateur golf association in the United States, is pleased to announce 17 new courses have joined the EWGA Golf Course Network in January and February and another five have renewed their membership. The EWGA Golf Course Network is designed to market golf course amenities to EWGA members that will help welcome new players, while showcasing the facilities efforts to grow women’s golf.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, February 25, 2015) The EWGA (Executive Women’s Golf Association), THE Golf Community for Women, announces Orange Whip as their newest national benefit provider for 2015.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, February 10, 2015) The Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA), The GOLF Community for Women, announced today they are now accepting new members for the 2015 season. EWGA Chapters across the country will be hosting their annual kick-off events and launching several new event opportunities including the EWGA Par 3 Challenge over the next two months.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, January 21, 2015) The EWGA (Executive Women’s Golf Association), the largest women-focused national amateur golf association in the United States, is pleased to announce the new “EWGA Par 3 Challenge” schedule. A new competitive series for 2015, this nationwide inaugural event will feature nine regulation 18-hole Troon Golf courses, converted to shorter yardages to create the Par 3 experience. The EWGA Par 3 Challenge is expected to welcome more than 700 men and women nationwide.
(Orlando, FL, January 16, 2015) The PGA Merchandise Show will be the exciting backdrop for the announcement of a strategic partnership between Yamaha Golf-Car Company and the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA).
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, January 14, 2015) The EWGA (Executive Women’s Golf Association) announced today that it has connected to The League of Adventurous Women, a non-profit network of women’s adventure groups. EWGA is an international network of working women with a passion to learn, connect, play and enjoy everything the sport of golf has to offer. Joining The League’s network broadens EWGA’s reach in attracting women who are interested in expanding their horizons, taking on a new challenge, meeting new friends and having fun!
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, January 9, 2015) – The EWGA (Executive Women’s Golf Association) Foundation recognizes the importance of education regardless of age. As the creators of a scholarship program known as Women On Par®, the Foundation provides financial assistance to nontraditional female students—women who are thirty years of age and older who are interested in beginning or completing their undergraduate education to allow them to get “on par” with their peers and advance themselves both professionally and personally.