You're an amateur golfer playing in a local golf tournament or any golf tournament , for that matter , and you're good enough and lucky enough to finish on top in your division. There's a prize. Are you allowed to accept it? Can you accept a tournament prize without jeopardizing your amateur status? And one of those Rules of Amateur Status — Rule 3, to be exact — deals specifically with golf prizes, values, and what is, and isn't, OK for an amateur golfer to accept.
Our mission is to provide a welcoming golf community for all women. With Chapters in over cities and growing in the US and internationally, we bring together and connect women who share a passion for golf. The LPGA Amateur Golf Association hosts thousands of golf, social, and networking events annually as well as providing members with the opportunity to participate in major National championships and events. Diverse in every way, members play golf for a variety of reasons — to learn something new, to connect with other women, for health and wellness, to compete, for business, or just plain fun.
The Tournament will be played over five days from Monday 3rd to Friday 7th June Each player will play on four of the five days with a rest day. The event is open to amateur gentlemen players over 18 years of age with a handicap of 20 or less. Each player must carry a handicap certificate on each day of the Tournament. A current handicap certificate must be submitted with the players registration.