My parents never told me, 'You can't do that.'
They always said, 'Go for it.'"
Canadian professional golfer.
The Executive Women’s Golf Association Is......A Fit For Your Lifestyle – At Any Skill Level
Whether you are a new golfer wanting to learn to play the game or a more experienced golfer wanting to sharpen your competitive skills, the Executive Women's Golf Association offers programs geared to your skill level and demanding time schedule.
Instructional clinics allow new women golfers to learn the etiquette and rules of the game without embarrassment. Leagues, outings, reserved tee times, charity events and championship tournaments are offered.
Whatever your skill level as a golfer, most women quickly gain the confidence to join business associates and clients on the fairway.
...about valued personal relationships.
The number one reason members give for belonging to the EWGA is the friendships they have made and the networking opportunities shared among EWGA members. If a member relocates, she can connect with the local Chapter for a new circle of friends, new business contacts or perhaps even with members she has already met at previous Association events. Sharing fun, outdoor exercise and a golf game provide memorable and valued experiences.
...leveraging a passion for golf with business success.
With the continuing advancement of women into the management and executive ranks of business, it is vitally important to be able to enjoy and have access to informal networks like the golf course where business is discussed and careers are enhanced.
It was for this reason that the Executive Women's Golf Association was formed in 1991. The EWGA provides women the opportunity to gain proficiency in this sport in a fun, welcoming environment - among other businesswomen - among friends.
Whether you are working to break through the glass ceiling or the grass ceiling, if you are in a position that involves relationship development, leveraging golf for business increases your opportunities and the EWGA can show you the way!