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2018 Chapter Champion
Sonya Brown-Conner

2018 Chapter Champion Sonya Brown-Conner

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Captain - Beth Davidson

It was a gorgeous day, Lomas was in great shape, and everyone enjoyed their round and especially the part about not having to post it! It's not a postable course, but it was the last short course of the year and of course qualified as a short course requirement for Virtual League.

Winnering team of the Survivor game with a net score of 49 (tied with the team of Susan Crawford, Dawn Hurley, Denise Nelesen, Marisa Farpon, but won in a card off) was the foursome of:

Vida Vela
Michele Vela (who became a member on Sunday!)
Cathy Wright
Connie Paster
Winner of the low net individual round was: 
Beth Davidson with a net 56 was .  (Cheri Tomboc-Brownlie would have been second, and - thank you Cheri - she brought three guests who are co-workers of hers!)

Put on jointly by Orange County and San Diego Chapters 

This was our 3rd annual Play for P.I.N.K. event.  From their website: "Play for P.I.N.K. supports volunteers organizing sporting and lifestyle events to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation..."

San Diego Winners:

First of all, Sonya Brown-Conner got her first hole in one on hole #3!  Congratulations Sonya!!!
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Womens' Foursomes (Better Ball of Partner):
1st Low Net: Connie Pasterkiewicz and Cathy Wright, with low net score of 57:
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Scramble Teams:

1st Place:  Jan Levin, Lisa Schmidt, Taylor Coleman, Heather Phillips with low net score of 54.18: 
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2nd Place:  Katie Waddell, Sonya Brown-Conner, Judy Land, Stacy Hayashi with low net score of 54.23:
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Also go to:

Flickr site for all photos.

Facebook for several photos and other info.

Event Results page for prior event results.



LPGA Amateur Golf Assoc Membership Offers:  

*Networking*  *Golf publications*  *Joining golf leagues*  *Access to educational resources*
*Access to local and national events*  *Free access to LPGA events* *Opportunities to play golf & elevate your game* 
 *Shopping discounts on apparel, equipment, travel and more from our sponsors & benefit providers*


We get a first look at the latest video in the "Rules of Golf Explained" video.  It includes easy to understand procedures on the rules we sometimes have a hard time with like nearest point of relief, lost ball, and playing the course as is.  A must watch! Click Here.

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Do you have your Players Card?  
This program has been rolled over into 2019.  Visit our "OUR CLUBHOUSE" section of the website to read more about the program.
Click HERE for the link.


“Helping others is the way to Higher Individual Well Being”1

There are many benefits to volunteering. Here are some thoughts to ponder …

1)  It is a chance to meet people outside your life patterns.  You can make new friends and contacts and increase your social and relationship skills.

2) Volunteering is enriching for your mind and body.  When you perform good deeds for others and the community, it provides a natural sense of accomplishment and boosts your self-confidence, self-esteem, and life satisfaction.

3)  An opportunity to can advance your career.  You can learn valuable job skills if you want to change or explore an area of interest.  If you want to learn accounting, be or help the Finance & Records Director.  If you want to learn marketing, be or help the Marketing & Sponsorship Director.  If you want to do Event Planning, be or help the Events & Activities Director. Check out some opportunities by seeing our list of Directors and their positions.

4)  It can be fun and fulfilling to your life.  Volunteering is a fun and easy way to explore your interests and passion.

1 MEIER, S. and STUTZER, A. (2008), Is Volunteering Rewarding in Itself?. Economica, 75: 39–59. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0335.2007.00597.x


LPGA Amateur Golf Assoc San Diego Chapter members are busy women.  Thus, pace of play at our golf events is important.  We ask you to join us in speeding our pace of play by making these simple commitments to pace of play:

1.  We will play "ready golf" unless it is an official Tournament.
2.  We will move quickly to our ball. When our balls are relatively close, we will drop off our golf cart partner and then go to our ball
3.  We will be prepared (have a provisional ball handy; bring extra clubs when walking to the ball; limit practice swings).
4.  We will pick up on a hole when we've reached our maximum strokes (equitable stroke control) when our game instructions allow this.

If you have other suggestions to add to the pledge, please share them with education@ewga-sd.org.

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3. Start networking - go to the Directory and Find a Member to connect with.

Thank you so much for visiting the home page for the LPGA Amateur Golf Assoc - San Diego Chapter. We are a national organization under the auspices of the LPGA dedicated to providing opportunities for women to learn, play and enjoy the game of golf for business and for life. Whether you are a new golfer wanting to learn to play the game or a more experienced golfer wanting to sharpen your competitive skills, LPGA Amateurs San Diego offers programs geared to your skill level and demanding time schedule. Visit the
LPGA Amateur Golf Association National Headquarters website to learn more about what this organization is all about.