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Welcome to the online home of the Vermont State Women's Golf Association (VSWGA). The VSWGA is an organization serving women golfers of all ages and abilities in Vermont. We offer weekly State Days at different courses throughout the State as well as major events including the Tri-States, State Amateur, Seniors', and Mid-Amateur tournaments. In addition, the VSWGA participates in course ratings, GHIN handicapping, scholarship programs, and working with the Vermont Golf Association (VGA).
In 2010, the VSWGA celebrated 80 years of service to Vermont golfers. As part of this celebration, Patti Haas has created a video showing the history of Vermont golf.
The purpose of this Web site is to provide VSWGA members and others with current information about VSWGA events. Included are State Days, tournament information and results, rules tips, news items, and other items of interest. If you would like to comment on anything in this website or if you have an idea for something to be included, please "Contact Us" with this information.
Board of Directors of the VSWGA is pleased to announce the appointment of Donna
Ebbett as our new Office Administrator! Donna is a member of the VSWGA and
plays out of Williston Golf Club.
addition to running her own web-design business, Donna has experience in
marketing and is adept at several computer programs. In her past
employment, Donna has enjoyed assisting others to learn to use computer systems.
Her combination of organizational, marketing and computer skills will help to
keep the good work of the VSWGA going as we look to improve the golfing
experience for women golfers in Vermont!
help to make Donna feel welcome as she learns the ropes with the VSWGA!
The Annual Club Rep Meeting was held at Okemo Valley Golf Club on October 1, 2013.
Margaret Hendrick, long time golfer and member of the Enosburg Falls Country Club, died on Saturday in St. Albans at age 83 years old. She participated in State Days for many years and also in several Seniors Tournaments. In later years, she was a honorary member of VSWGA and, due to ill health, reluctantly gave up the game she so loved. A celebration of Margaret's life was held on October 30th from 2-4 at Spears Funeral Home in Enosburg. A complete obituary can be found on spearsfuneralhome.com.
The annual Fall Meeting and Scramble was held Tuesday, October 1st at Okemo Valley. Pam Shover of Williston was re-elected to a second term on the board. Kathy Allbright of Green Mountain National and Phyllis Simon of Williston were both elected to the board. Both have served on the board before and are now returning.
Nancy Murphy was elected as the President and Phyllis Simon was elected as the Vice President. Tracy Sloan will remain as the Treasurer and Kathy Sikora will remain as the Secretary.
Minutes of the meeting will be posted at a later date.
Check the news item for the results of the scramble.
VSWGA Board of Directors voted, effectively immediately, to follow the USGA
Libby Smith played in 14 events on the 2012 Symetra Tour making 6 cuts and earning $2194. Her best finish was a tie for 42nd at the Northeast Delta Dental International last July.
Libby will continue to play events on the Symetra Tour in 2013 and play in some Monday qualifiers for selected LPGA tour events including the US Women's Open. She will also be working toward her PGA qualification to become a teaching professional. Libby will be giving golf lessons at Rocky Ridge and Alburg this summer. For more information, check her website: www.libbysmithgolf.com.
Career Earnings: $51,114
In her second year as a professional, Molly Aronsson played in 15 Symetra Tour events making four cuts and earning $2098. Her best finish was a tie for 39th at the Riviera Nayarit Classic last April.
Molly finished in 9th place in the 2013 Florida's Natural Charity Classic in Winter Haven, FL on March 22-24 earning $2862.
Career Earnings: $9142
After winning the 2011 VSWGA State Amateur Championship and completing a great senior season at Bethune, Kimberly Wong turned professional.