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70th Minnesota Junior Girls' State Championship

The two day Championship was shortened to 18 holes due to heavy rains which occurred on the first day.

Congratulations to this year's Champion Anni Heck who had a one shot lead over second place Alayna Eldred. Congratulations go out to all the flight winners.

Thank you to Burl Oaks and all the volunteers for hosting this years tournament.

For more information and photos including a video go to the MGA website

2015 MWGA Senior Four Ball Tournament

Northland Country Club

Congratulations to Leigh Klasse and Lynn Anderson, this years champions. We wish to also congratulate all the Flight winners and those in the Masters Division.

A big thank you to Northland Country Club and their host of volunteers for hosting the Senior Four Ball for the second year in a row.

For more photos and information go to the MGA website

2015 MWGA State Amateur Four Ball Tournament

Alexandria Golf Course

Congratulations to Sarah Burnham and Kenzie Neisen, this years champions. This is the second consecutive title for Sarah, who won the event last year with partner Lexi Bollant.

Congratulations go out to all the flight winners also.

Thank you to Alexandria Golf Course for hosting the tournament this year as they also celebrate their Centennial year.

For more information, please go to the MGA website


More MWGA News Items

In celebration of the MWGA's Centennial, items bearing the special logo are still for sale.

To order, please visit www.shopmwga.com, or email mleland@mngolf.org for an order form. Order forms can be sent to the MWGA office, checks payable to the " MWGA.”

MWGA Scholarship Foundation
2015 Scholarship Winners

The MWGA Foundation has had 63 scholarship winners over the past 17 years. To date, we have awarded $583,000 to these highly motivated young women throughout the state.

The four winners of this year's strong academic class had GPAs of 4.0. ACTs that ranged from 27-34 and golfed at least four years on their high school teams. Two will continue on to play college golf.

The scholarship is totally dependent on MWGA Club donations. We are an all-volunteer organization with very little overhead. That means nearly all of your donation goes directly to a scholarship. Please consider a donation this year to reward these highly motivated young women. Donations can be sent to the MWGA office at 6550 York Ave. South, Suite 211, Edina, MN 55435. Please make checks payable to the MWGA Scholarship Foundation.

Thank you for your generosity.

Click Here to View the 2015 Recipients

MWGA & MWPGA & MGA Merger Discussions

The MWGA leadership has been in discussions with the MGA and the MWPGA for the past two years to discuss the potential of merging the operations together under the umbrella of the MGA. The idea of merging operations has been discussed for decades. There are many advantages of having one golf association in the state that runs all of the state championships.

On June 10th about 80 people gathered at a meeting to go through the process to date and to get a sense of how this proposal might impact women's golf in Minnesota. Attendees included board members of all three organizations, past presidents of the MWGA and MWPGA, club liaisons, and active women golfers. The attendees were attentive, asked great questions and the discussion was positive and respectful. It made me proud to be a part of Minnesota Women's golf.

The MGA presented a slide presentation and is attached here. Please review it.

We would very much appreciate your questions, suggestions and feedback. If we get questions of a general nature, we will post answers on the website. Please send your comments to: mwgacomments@gmail.com or feel free to send me an email.

Ellie Layton, President, MWGA



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