There are still a few leagues open!
Register Here for the following leagues:
Grant - Oakwood - Whitnall
Match-Play League - Sunday afternoons at Kettle Hills -
(link to league info sheet on the website.) For this league you must have
an established handicap or establish one this season by playing 5 rounds before
we start the league on Sunday June 12th. This will be a pay as you go
Clinics that are still available -
Bill Harm's Breaking 100/90 - this 6 session clinic has
started but there is room for more to participate. Please contact Bill
directly if you wish to join. Phone - 414-467-9164 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for the Chapter’s Season Opener:
Our Season Opener Saturday, May 21, is open to members & non-members and a great way to get the rust out of your game with a friendly Scramble format. The event is at Ironwood Golf Course – Sussex, WI and begins at 11:00 am followed by golf. Proceeds from the event will benefit First Tee Southeast Wisconsin.
It’s a “Wizard of OZ” theme (optional) - we’ll have a lion for photo opts for your fun, so get your theme on! Have a Heart & join us! The event includes: a 4-person scramble, 18-holes golf with cart, lunch, with awards and light prizes and snacks to follow golf. A portion of your entry fee will be donated to The First Tee Southeast Wisconsin, along with other fundraising activities on the course. The Milwaukee Chapter will hold its annual used equipment drive for The First Tee. Register Here Entry Deadline: May 7, 2016, Fee $77.00 per player.
Upcoming Events & Quick Registration Links:
4/28/16 Rules & Etiquette – Pace of Play – Handicap Clinic at New Berlin Hills
5/05/16 New Member Welcome Reception
– Elm Grove O'Donoghue's
5/21/16 Rust Buster Season Opener
5/29/16 Chi-town Rumble
6/18/16 Get Golf Ready Event
Milwaukee Chapter Handicap Challenge
Did you know that maintaining a handicap is not only for players who participate in tournaments? Keeping a handicap is a great way to track your improvement throughout the season. As you improve, you can expect to see your handicap gradually go down. You can even use your handicap posting service to track your game statistics like number of putts, fairways hit in regulation, greens hit in regulation, etc. which will give you valuable information on areas where you might need to focus your learning and practice.
Challenge each member to start establishing your handicap this season as one of the many benefits of your EWGA membership is the GolfNet handicap system. So, what should you do? Simply follow these steps:
1. Go to EWGA’s Member Portal at www.myewga.com.
2. Login with your Username and EWGA Password
3. Click on Post a Score (left side of page)