Women’s Western Golf Association’s purpose...
To foster national amateur golf competitions for girls and women to promote their education by encouraging the development of sportsmanship, amateurism and skill in the game of golf.



115th National Amateur


2015 Amateur Finalists
Lydia Gumm & Fai Khamborn

89th National Junior


Emilia Miglaccio

Women’s Western
Golf Foundation

A National Organization the Foundation has granted over $3.5 Million to hundreds of scholars and dozens of Women’s golf programs.  READ MORE

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If not a WWGA Club affiliate, a player from any properly organized Golf Club or Women's Group may join.  Club Membership Applications may be obtained from:

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87 Heatherdowns Lane

Galena, Illinois  61036



In 1930 the Women's Western Open was established.  Considered a major championship in women's professional golf
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 The WWGA Senior Tournament
will not be held 2015.

Women of  Distinction Honorees
Susan Wagner & Audrey Peterson

Two WWGA Directors honored with
Woman of Distinction Award.

Two long-time Directors were recently honored with the Women's Western Golf Association's Woman of Distinction Award at the association's Annual Meeting held at Sunset Ridge Country Club in Northfield, Ill. 

Directors honored were Susan Wagner, a Director since 1977 and Audrey Peterson, a Director since 1980.  (See Press Release.) 

Kim Schriver

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Fai Khamborn is the 115th Women's Western National Amateur Champion

Emilia Miglaccio is the 89th Women's Western National Junior Champion