If you’re new to golf or looking to improve up your game, connecting with a local instructor, clinic, or league can help you quickly find success.

We’ve put together a list of clinics, events, and organizations to help you get going:


Find an LPGA Teaching Professional

The LPGA has the largest membership of female Teaching Professionals in the world. LPGA Teaching Professionals are some of the most highly-trained golf instructors and have a knack for making connections with their students.

Click here to begin your search for an LPGA Teaching Professional.

Find a PGA Professional

With a membership of more than 27,000 golf professionals across the country, there are few places that won’t have a PGA certified teaching professional within a stone’s throw. PGA Professionals are experts in working with new and experienced golfers and are passionate growing the game.

To find a PGA Instructor, simply click here.

Phase Golf

The greatest women's online golf platform ever! Whether you're a beginner, competitor, junior, or someone who just wants to improve your game, Phase Golf has you covered. Start your 14-day, free trial today and explore their step-by-step instructional videos, guided lesson plans, and an exclusive golfing community.

To sign up for Phase Golf today, simply click here.

LPGA Golf 101

For novice golfers, picking up a club and taking that first swing can be intimidating, which is why the LPGA developed a new introductory clinic series for women: LPGA GOLF 101. Now you can take the first step in your journey to learning, playing, and loving golf with a supportive group by your side. With as little as six lesson with an LPGA Teaching Professional with a hands-on group lessons series in six installments.

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Get Golf Ready

Get Golf Ready clinics are designed to help teach you everything you need to play golf. With 5 group lessons starting around $99, you’ll learn the basics and be guided onto the golf course to put your new skills into action.

Find a program and get started today.

Women on Course

At Women on Course the game begins at the 19th hole or the first tee – it’s your choice. Participate in organized events and get access to golf resources for all skill levels including the Fast Track to the First Tee online program for new and learning players.

Learn more and join Women on Course here.

LPGA Amateur Golf Association (formerly EWGA)

Think of LPGA Amateurs as your new friend group filled with accomplished, interesting women without geographic boundaries. LPGA Amateur Golf Association members come from a collection of diverse backgrounds and all come together to connect, learn and play the game of golf for business and for fun.

Find an LPGA Amateurs Chapter near you.

Women of Color Golf

Women of Color Golf (WOCG) is a non-profit organization based in Tampa, Florida. Their mission is simple, to encourage women of color to learn the benefits of golf and participate in recreational golf activities. Their work has been recognized by the United States White House and provides mentorship opportunities between its members and local young women.

Click here to learn more.

Black Girls Golf

Black Girls Golf offers hands-on golf instruction, ladies only golf outings and networking events in a fun and supportive atmosphere.

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State Golf Associations offer one-stop-shopping for new and experienced golfers. Learn to play, find a league, and even volunteer with other local women who have a passion for the game of golf.

Arizona Women’s Golf Association

One of the largest state golf associations in the country, the AWGA offers its members access to a bevy of classes, lessons, discounts, social events and volunteer opportunities.

Learn more here.

View a complete listing of State and Regional Golf Associations here.


Let’s face it, our busy lifestyles make it challenging to find the time to squeeze in an entire round of golf. The United States Golf Association (the governing body in golf) has been working to educate and rally golfers around the concept of the nine-hole round as an important, yet simple, solution to making time to get out and play. Official “Play9 Play Days” take place at courses across the country. Find out more about this initiative and get involved by visiting

Women’s Golf Day

Hosted annually by more than 700 golf courses, retailers, and organizations, Women’s Golf Day is a one day event celebrating girls and women playing golf. No matter what your skill level or interest, learn skills and make connections that will last a lifetime.

Learn more and mark your calendar for the next Women’s Golf Day here.

LPGA*USGA Girls Golf

LPGA*USGA Girls Golf (Girls Golf) is the only national junior golf program that specializes in providing girl-friendly environments for juniors to learn the game of golf. Girls Golf sites are the experts in making the game of golf fun, and teach girls ages 6 – 17 valuable life skills like confidence and perseverance. Visit to find a program near you.

The First Tee

With more than 1,200 locations in the U.S. and several other countries, The First Tee uses golf to teach youth ages 7 to 18 life lessons and leadership skills. Teaming up with experts in positive youth development, The First Tee helps youth become good golfers and even better people.

Click here to find a program near you.

PGA Junior League

PGA Junior League Golf is a fun opportunity for boys and girls, ages 13 and under, to play on teams with friends. Participants learn from PGA and LPGA Professionals and have the chance to compete as a team in regional and national events. Like other recreational youth sports, participants wear numbered jerseys and enjoy friendly rivalry with friends.

Learn more and enroll at

U.S. Kids Golf

U.S. Kids Golf hosts junior tour events that are a great way to introduce your child to playing tournament golf that's close to home. U.S. Kids events are a great chance for juniors to meet new friends while playing in age-appropriate competition.

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Youth on Course

Providing youth with access to affordable golf is the core of what the non-profit Youth on Course does to help grow the game for kids. Youth on Course members play golf at hundreds of participating courses for $5 or less (you read that correctly, $5 or less).

Find a participating golf course at