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No Girls Golf Program Near You? 

The number of LPGA-USGA Girls Golf locations across the U.S. is growing every day. If there is no Girls Golf site near you, consider reaching out to your local LPGA or PGA golf professional and urging him or her to get one started in your community.  It’s easy to start a program, and a number of resources are available, including financial, to help create and run a fun and successful program.

We also urge you to contact us! We may be able to provide additional support to get a program up and running.


Interested in starting an LPGA-USGA Girls Golf site of your own?

You don't need to be an LPGA or PGA golf professional to run a Girls Golf program. Many of our programs are coordinated by parents or community leaders who are simply passionate about getting girls hooked on the game golf!

Contact Us to learn more about what it takes to get started.


Junior Golf Resources

A number of resources are available to parents who are interested in getting their daughters learning and enjoying the game of golf.

Here are just a few recommendations to help you get your junior interested:

    • Contact your local LPGA or PGA Teaching Professional

LPGA and PGA members are certified golf professionals and experts in teaching junior golfers. Your local Pro may already have a junior golf program established at their facility and can help introduce your child to the game through group or private instruction.

Find an LPGA Instructor near you>>

Find a PGA Instructor near you>>

    • Join an LPGA-USGA Girls Golf Affiliate Program

LPGA-USGA Girls Golf partners youth programs that align with our values for delivering positive girl-friendly environments equipped to help them achieve, develop confidence, and lead active lives through sports. Girls Golf provides support and outreach services which infuse golf education, along with the “Five E’s” of Girls Golf, into their established sports programming for girls.

Joining a Girls Golf Affiliate program is a great way to be exposed to the game of golf and also offers many of the same benefits that traditional Girls Golf members receive. We encourage you to learn more about our Girls Golf Affiliates using the links below:

The First Tee>>

Peggy Kirk Bell Golf Tour>>

Girls in the Game>>

Girls Inc.>>

PowerPlay NYC>>


    • Participate in local golf camps, clinics and tournaments

A number of national programs and initiatives that offer girls the chance to experience the game of golf are available. Below are a few suggestions. Follow the links to learn more about these popular programs and events and to see if there is an activity scheduled in your area:

        • LPGA Tour Junior Golf Clinics

Each year, select LPGA Tour and Symetra Tour events host junior golf clinics on tournament sites and "inside the ropes" at the tournaments’ practice facilities. Featuring instruction from local LPGA and PGA Teaching professionals, along with exhibitions and Q&A’s from Tour pros, participants are treated to an experience that creates lifelong memories.  Many LPGA Tour events also host “Girls Golf Extravaganzas,” a series of day-long activities that expose juniors to the “Five E’s” of Girls Golf and treat families to Healthy Breakfast workshops, activity pavilions for kids, scavenger hunts, fun arts and crafts, and much more!

Click here for a schedule of LPGA Tour Junior Golf Clinics at LPGA Tour events>>

        • LPGA Girls Golf Days

LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals are committed to growing the game of golf for girls. Each year, they host one-day golf clinics for girls in their communities at their local golf clubs. Each Girls Golf Day offers hands-on instruction and fun non-golf activities aimed at showing girls how much fun the game of golf can be.

        • Take Your Daughter to the Course Week

“Take Your Daughter to the Course Week” is a national initiative hosted in the month of July which gives golfers the chance to share their favorite sport with their favorite girl. Participating golf courses offer free golf clinics and free greens fees to young women accompanied by a paying adult.

To learn more, visit and contact your local participating golf club to find out what they will be offering - then take your daughter, granddaughter, or niece to your local course so she can enjoy a fun new pastime with you!

        • Welcome to Golf Month

May is “Welcome to Golf Month” and PGA and LPGA Professionals nationwide are helping to make the game more fun and accessible for golfers of all abilities, as well as celebrating how easy it is to enjoy the game. Facilities may offer Get Golf Ready programs, introductory clinics Welcome to Golf Days and Bring a Friend activities.

To learn more and to find a participating PGA/LPGA professional near you, visit

    • Online Resources - Junior Links is an online resource for young people and parents interested in golf and is powered by the USGA. The site features comprehensive junior golf information and resources, fun games, and an ever-growing database of junior golf programs and tournaments throughout the country.

Click here to visit>>



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