Texas Golf Association, Since 1906
Texas Golf Association, Since 1906

WTGA Texas Challenge

WTGA Texas Challenge

The Texas Challenge is a statewide competition between the selected chapters of the LPGA*USGA Girls Golf Sites and a part of the Winners' Program. The WTGA is proud to fund and conduct the competition. Girls who advance from local qualifying to the Texas Challenge win prizes and individual trophies named after Toni Wiesner, a state and national amateur champion.  They are also invited to the WTGA State Amateur Championship banquet dinner. The traveling perpetual Toni Wiesner Cup will be based on the site returning the greatest percentage of report cards (based on total number of enrolled girls) will be awarded the traveling Toni Wiesner Cup.  For more information, contact Kelly Kilgo at kkilgo@txga.org.
 
The Texas Challenge honors the late Toni Wiesner by awarding The Toni Wiesner Cup to the winning site. Toni Wiesner, a TCU graduate and Fort Worth resident was a long time friend to the WTGA, and was a member of the USGA Junior Girls' golf committee. Toni's many golf achievements include being a five-time WTGA State Amateur Champion (1985, 1988, 1989, 1993 and 2003), the 1981 Women's Southern Amateur Champion, the 1997 British Senior Women's Amateur Champion and a three time runner-up of the USGA Senior Women's Amateur. Toni possessed a wonderful determination and competitive spirit and always displayed graciousness, whether in victory or defeat. These qualities make Toni the perfect example for the participants in the WTGA Winners' Program and the Texas Challenge.
 
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