History of LWGA

Established in 1974, The Landings Women’s Golf Association (LWGA) is proud to be one of the largest, club-based, amateur women’s golf organizations with more than 360 members.

Our mission is “Promoting Excellence in Golf and Fellowship” among our members through weekly Tuesday games, special tournaments throughout the year and philanthropic support for the greater Savannah community.

Golf serves as a conduit for our philanthropy and over the course of the year, LWGA members raise funds for the Landings Military Relief Fund and the Empty Stocking Fund and donate thousands of pounds of canned goods to the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Our biggest event is the Together for A Cure Golf Tournament and Community Events, which have raised more than $1.1 million to fund cancer research and, new for 2021, critical support services for local cancer patients. LWGA members enjoy playing golf AND making a difference in the lives of others.

The LWGA plays every Tuesday with a morning shotgun start and offers fun, competitive formats. Players with similar handicaps are paired together and winners earn points for pro shop credits.  We also offer informal lunches after play on some Tuesdays and two member meetings and luncheons a year.

The four major LWGA tournaments are: the Member-Member Tournament in March, the Together for A Cure Tournament in April, the Red, While & Blue Tournament and the Bouchillon Individual Match-Play Tournament in the fall.

In addition, The Landings Club sponsors multiple tournaments for women golfers: the Moon River Invitational in the fall, the Women’s Senior Club Championship in the Spring and the Women’s Club Championship in the fall,

Members must have a full Landings Club golf membership and a USGA index of 32.9 or less.

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