Texas Golf Association, Since 1906
Texas Golf Association, Since 1906
Since 1916, the caretakers of women's amateur golf in Texas have believed that golf enriches the lives of those who play. The organization has existed in many forms over the last century, but always not just for the good of the game, but because the game is good. Good for connecting people. Good for building character. Good for building bridges between generations. Good for the mind and body. The Texas Golf Association and WTGA Committee provides championship opportunities, course rating and handicapping services, educational activities and individual benefits to women across the state, ensuring that the game will be sustained and accessible for many years to come.

About Women's Golf

About Women's Golf

The Women's Texas Golf Association was founded in 1916 to host an annual tournament and transact "other such business as may be deemed proper" to grow the game among women.

Winners' Program

The WTGA created the Winnerís Program in 2008 to promote achievement in golf and in the classroom. Conducted in coordination with LPGA / USGA Girls Golf sites, the program provides grant funding to selected sites.

College Scholarships

The WTGA Scholarship Program was created to provide financial assistance to support and encourage young women golfers who are seeking higher education. Since it's founding in 2008, the 'Nez Muhleman and Doris Kallina Scholarships have provided college funding for 14 young women.

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Women's Championships

Since 1916, the Women's Texas Golf Association has hosted the best Texas amateurs in statewide championships. You'll find the best players in Texas in our fields.

Texas Challenge

The Texas Challenge is conducted as part of the Winnersí Program and features statewide competition between the selected chapters of the LPGA / USGA Girls Golf Sites.† The winning site is awarded The Toni Wiesner Cup.