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Welcome to the website of the Boston EWGA Chapter serving all of Eastern, Central Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire.  This chapter is about our members. If you have any concerns, comments, feedback or ideas please send an email to our President at

We want to hear from you because this chapter is FORE! U


Golfers are made in the off-season and Golf 8.5 eduKaytion golf is coming to Natick!
eduKation golf has offered EWGA members a 30 dollar discount.  Invite a friend and they will also get a 30 dollar discount!
This is a great way to introduce a friend to EWGA and improve your game.  See why Kay McMahon is a Hall of Fame teacher and club professional with the LPGA.Limited spots available
 click here to learn more and register

New Winter CLINIC Series at Atkinson Resort & CC

We all know the saying GOLFERS ARE MADE IN THE OFF SEASON!
Join us for a 8 week clinic series!  Saturdays 3-4 PM $20.00 per person (open to all members and guests)

Each week will focus on one aspect of the game.  Attend one or as many weeks as you wish.  Guests are welcome and encouraged. No clubs? No problem! Atkinson will supply you and your guest the appropriate clubs for each session
See you there

2015 Kickoff Event

save the date 
Sunday March 29th 2015



Lindsay Allen
Elena Bartholomew
Beth Beiriger
Dawn Belizaire
Gillian Boyd
Cynthia Buckley
Casey Byrne
Allison Cacciatore
Denise Caven
Karen Coye
Jessica Crawford
Claudia Dupre
Fawn Fox
Ellen Frechette
Michele Goodman
Laurie Gorlick
Carmen Grinkis
Marti Hayes
Maureen Holmes
Delores Kimmel
Annette Lafrate
            Rali Larsen
Harriet Lazarus
Lisa McAree
Linda McDaid
Geetha Neelakantiah
June Neumann
Cheryle O'Neill
Laura Pearlstein
Peggy Perry
Elizabeth Recupero
Nancy Rider
Page Riley
Marie Roy
Connie Russell
Sara Sarkis
Julie Scott
Lauren Solar
Stacie Suh
Amanda Wilson
Carolyn Wurm
Rita Zielstorff
Jill Ziter



Check out these Golf Tips – and start to see improvements in your game!


The USGA has an awesome series of videos called Golf Rules ExplainedCheck them out!

National EWGA has some Rules Quizzes that you can use to test your knowlege.  Check them out!


Do you want to play better golf?  If yes, then taking lessons from a PGA/LPGA Professional should be an integral part of your game. These are pros who support the EWGA's mission of connecting women to learn, play and enjoy golf for business and for fun.  They have helped your fellow Boston Chapter members improve their game and have more fun.  Check out our favorite pros here

2014 EWGA Cup Final

Congratulations to the Boston team going to the EWGA 
finals. Scottsdale, AZ
Dec 2014


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HOT NEWS FROM EWGA HQ - December 2014

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Golf Expo Boston

Join us at the National Golf Expo February 27-March 1, 2015

Located at the Seaport World Trade Center in South Boston, New England’s most anticipated golf show is the first sign that spring is just around the corner and it’s time to get ready to hit the links!  The National Golf Expo features tons of fantastic golf-related exhibits, displays, and interactive features, as well as the Northeast’s largest driving range and demonstration stage.  And remember to stop by our table to say hello.        
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EWGA tee and green sponsorship 

Golf Tee Box Sponsorships: Join our season long challenge!
Get the most  and win a prize
Help your favorite business expand their client base while helping the Boston Chapter too!


A handicap is important because it allows golfers at any skill level to compete on an equitable basis. Posting all of your scores will give you an accurate measure of your level of play.

   Post Your Score to GN21 Here
   Post Your Score to GHIN Here

Hole in ONE

Congratulations Gayle VanWert Gaudreau. Hole in 1⃣. Cyprian Keyes golf club. Hole 11. 109 yards. 9 iron.

Boston's 19th 

The 19th Hole is often a spot where we relax after the round and enjoy company of friends and discuss our game that day.  It is here where great ideas come up on how EWGA Boston can do things differently and better.

We want to hear from you so keep those ideas in mind and please visit our 19th Hole Feedback Form on our webpage.  This is a place where you can give us your feedback, comments, suggestions and ideas.  You can remain anonymous or submit your email and we can discuss your ideas further.

Let us all work together.  We need your suggestions to improve our great chapter!


If you have any problems with the website, we are just an e-mail away.

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To see 2014 golf pictures click here


EWGA Biggest Loser Handicap Challenge
How low can you go???



Eagle winner: Adriana Carrillo.
Birdie winner: Gina Haigh.
Free membership: Erica Murry.

Match play winner:  Dori Senerchia
Biggest loser:
Starting Handicaps greater than or equal to 31: Karen Cardillo
Starting Handicaps less than 31: Dori Senerchia

2014 New England Cup Champs

Congratulation to the Boston team for winning the 2014 New England cup.

The Den Caddie

Personal PAR
When we play golf, we work to see how well we play the course versus PAR.

PAR is the score a really good golfer would expect to score on a golf hole.

PAR 3 is when the golfer is expected to reach the green with one tee shot and two putt for a 3.

Most golfers will score higher than 3 on a PAR 3. So how do you figure out how well you should play the hole?

Lets say you play the same golf course every week in your league. On the PAR 5 you typically score a 7. Well 7 would be your Personal PAR for the hole. So if you end up chipping your 5th shot really close to the hole and make the putt for a 6, you would score a Personal BIRDIE! … or one less than your Personal PAR.

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