Ladies Division

he Edmonton Ladies' Golf Association (ELGA) was formed in 1934 with five clubs: The Edmonton Country Club, The Municipal (Victoria), the Highlands Golf Club, the Mayfair Golf & Country Club and the Prince Rupert Golf Club. The Highlands Golf Club hosted the first ELGA tournament in 1935, called the City Golf Tourney. The tournament had two divisions, a silver and a bronze. The silver division championship was won by Mrs. H.A. Lowe of the Edmonton Country Club, and the bronze division championship by Mrs. John Michaels of the Mayfair. 

Today, EGA Ladies Division. hosts the Edmonton Womens' Amateur Championship including ladies, seniors, and super seniors. 

 In addition to the Edmonton Women's' Amateur Championship, we also organize ladies interclub competition including the Marshall Cup and the Podersky Cup.

 

Barb Flaman from the Windermere Golf and Country Club got an Ace on Day 2 of the EGA Ladies Tournament at The Ranch Golf and Country Club. 

 

The Edmonton Ladies Amateur, Senior, and Super-Senior Tournament   

 was held at The Ranch on Aug. 18 & 19 

 

 

Low Gross Amateur ChampionLow Gross Senior ChampionLow Gross Super-Senior Champion

Jenna Bruggeman

Low Gross Amateur Champion

2020

Barb Flaman

Low Gross Senior Champion

2020

Nisha Buksh

Low Gross Super-Senior Champion

2020

 

Click here to see the tournament results.

Pull down the contest arrows to see the different flights. 

 

 The Edmonton Golf Association recognises Lois Payne for her Lifetime Achievement. Click here to see her achievements.

 

 

 

 

 

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