The Nebraska Women's Amateur Golf Association, founded in 1973, is an organization of golf clubs and individuals governed by amateur women golfers and formed for the purpose of promoting and conserving the best interests and true spirit of the game of golf for all women in the State of Nebraska. As NWAGA members, your participation and support is integral to NWAGA's success and will continue to enliven our efforts.
NWAGA annually conducts five tournaments for women across the state, as well as two meetings annually for officers and members in the spring and the fall. In addition, NWAGA hosts Fund Day and a Pro+Ladies event called Jamboree. Fund Day is a fundraiser that raises funds to support the organization's four-state girl's select team and Founder's scholarships. Jamboree, co-presented with the Nebraska PGA, is a team competition benefitting girl's golf initiatives. The Nebraska Golf Association provides administrative services for NWAGA, which includes the conduct of all competitions and meetings.
The Nebraska Golf Association is a nonprofit organization that serves as the governing body for amateur golf in Nebraska. Founded in 1966, the NGA is dedicated to promoting the game of golf and serving its membership of over 160 clubs and more than 26,000 individual golfing members. In addition to conducting 13 statewide amateur championships and 7 USGA qualifiers, the NGA also offers a full-range of services to its members including: providing and administering the USGA's Golf Handicap and Information Network ("GHIN") service and World Handicap System; issuing USGA Course, Slope & Pace of Play ratings for both member and non-member clubs; as well as conducting statewide educational seminars covering the aforementioned topics. For more information about the Nebraska Golf Association please visit their website at www.nebgolf.org.