Bringing Women and Golf Together Since 1950
The North Carolina Women's Golf Association was formed on June 14, 1950, at a meeting organized by Estelle Lawson Page at Alamance Country Club. Mrs. Page contacted various members of the Piedmont Golf Association, a group that included golfers from Winston-Salem, High Point, Greensboro, Durham, Burlington, Siler City, Asheboro, Mount Airy, and Salisbury, and arranged that initial meeting at Alamance Country Club. With 70 golfers in attendance, Mrs. Page was appointed the first president of NCWGA, which was organized for the purpose of conducting a championship that would determine the best female amateur golfer in the state. Winning the tournament that she helped found for the first three years of its existence, Estelle Lawson Page was the first multiple winner of the North Carolina Women’s Amateur Championship. Her early success as a champion was soon followed by Marge Burns, who, from 1953 until 1963, won the tournament eight times in 11 years, eventually winning the state amateur title a record setting 10 times. Marge Burns is considered the most dominant champion in the history of the event.
2020 Winner, Nicole Adams and Tournament Chair, Patty Moore
Required to play in tournaments.
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Membership is open to any female amateur who resides in North Carolina, has an established USGA handicap, and has paid her annual dues.
Membership is open to any organized private, semi-private, public, military, or resort golf club or course in North Carolina which has been sloped and rated by the Carolinas Golf Association
League & Training Facility Membership
Membership is open to any golf league, golf team, golf association or golf training facility in North Carolina which uses the USGA method of handicapping, and has paid its annual dues.
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