Get Involved - Start a Site

Start a Site

LPGA*USGA Girls Golf sites are run by local Site Directors who receive support from the LPGA Foundation and the USGA. We equip our Site Directors and coaches with resources to help them create and deliver fun and transformative golf programming for juniors.

Each location sets its own programming schedule and fees, which means your program can be as unique and as flexible as you are. Girls Golf sites host anywhere from 5 to 25 events each year and determining the structure and schedule of your site can be decided upon by your team based on the time you have to commit.

A Girls Golf Site Director’s primary roles include:

  • Serving as the leader and main contact for the program
  • Organizing, planning, and implementing programming
  • Securing a golf course or practice facility
  • Identifying and recruiting participants
  • Recruiting golf instructors and volunteers
  • Nominating members for special events and scholarships
  • Applying for LPGA Foundation Grants to support your program
  • And reporting to and communicating with the LPGA Foundation

These responsibilities can be shared by you and a Co-Site Director or a committee of volunteers or parents. Having a helpful hand to support your efforts is the perfect recipe for success!

Is there a need for Girls Golf in your area?

Contact us to learn more about starting a site, or share our information guide with your local golf course and encourage them to start an LPGA*USGA Girls Golf program.

We’ll provide you with loads of great resources to help make running your site simple including:

  • Creative lesson plans for beginner to advanced golfers
  • Marketing materials and website templates
  • Grant funding to assist with covering costs
  • Free educational webinars
  • Girls Golf membership kits for your members
  • And, a place within a community that shares best practices and advice

Chat with us today to learn more and get started.