Women’s Golf Coaches Association meeting to feature EWGA
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, December 9, 2014) The EWGA (Executive Women’s Golf Association), the largest women-focused national amateur golf association in the United States, is pleased to be given the opportunity to introduce their “Grads to Golf™” program at the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) annual meeting on December 9, 2014 in Las Vegas. It is expected that more than 200 of the nations’ top collegiate women’s golf coaches will be in attendance.
(Louisville, KY, November 25, 2014) Bionic Gloves®, golf’s leading glove technology company, continues to aid in the growth of women’s golf with the renewal of its sponsorship with the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA). The partnership, now entering its fourth year, offers EWGA members a custom Bionic glove designed for the nuances of women’s hands, while giving back part of the proceeds to support women in golf.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, November 17, 2014) What do the Birdie Babes, Boston Tee Party, Chi Town Crushers, the Flippin Birdies, Little Rock N’Rollers and Par Tee Down Daytons have in common? They are teams of 8 women who are part of the final field at the EWGA Cup Finals that will be held December 7-8 at the Troon North Golf Club in Scottsdale, AZ.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, October 20, 2014) For 23 years, the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) has made an active commitment to embrace and welcome women into the game of golf. This year, EWGA is nominated for a DANDI award in the sports category for its Diversity and Inclusion efforts in welcoming more than 100,000 women into EWGA’s golf community to experience golf and its accompanying attributes.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, October 16, 2014) The PGA of America announced that PGA Professional Le Ann Finger has completed the requirements to achieve certification through the advanced PGA Certified Professional Program 2.0 (CPP 2.0).
(Old Hickory, TN, October 15, 2014) The Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) crowned Katie (Tewell) Brinker the 2014 EWGA Championship Finals Champion at The Hermitage Golf Course in Old Hickory, Tennessee on Saturday evening October 11, 2014, with husband Zach on the bag as her caddie. With four consecutive birdies starting at the 312-yard, par 4, 15th hole to finish her final round, the 29-year old medalist begins her reign over EWGA’s 14,000 members.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, October 9, 2014) As the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) gears up for their 2014 EWGA Championship Finals in Nashville, TN, they have more support headed their way. The EWGA announces YAMAHA Golf Car as their 2014 newest supporting partner.
(Palm Beach Gardens FL, September 12, 2014) The EWGA (Executive Women’s Golf Association) is pleased to announce Nancy Lopez Golf, Inc. as their newest licensed vendor. Known for their dedication to “Defining the Women’s Game” through leading products that enhance the complete golf experience for women, the brand embodies the spirit and energy of women’s golf and it’s namesake, Nancy Lopez.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, September 8, 2014) Women business owners seeking introductions that can lead to their biggest deals should unlock the power of the dimpled ball. That’s the message EWGA CEO Pam Swensen will deliver at the upcoming Go For the Greens Business Development Conference as part of the “Stepping Up Your Game” panel discussion.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, August 27, 2014) – Inviting women to discover golf through the EWGA is paying off. This year, 2,000 women have joined this golf community for women to get engaged, learn to play and have fun. With EWGA Chapters located in more than 120 cities worldwide, the organization is dedicated to inviting and welcoming women of all skill levels into the sport to enjoy all that the game has to offer.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL, July 28, 2014) For over 23 years, the EWGA’s (Executive Women’s Golf Association) mission has been to enrich women’s lives through the game of golf. As the month of August approaches, their vision has expanded beyond the organization and into the community. One EWGA member has embraced the August theme, “Pay It Forward,” through her philanthropic act.