Cedar Ridge Country Club - #17
Site of the 96th State Amateur Championship | Read More
Dornick Hills Country Club - Ardmore
Site of the 2014 WOGA Cup | Read More
Oak Tree Country Club - East #16
2014 Stroke Play/Mid-Amateur Championship Site | Read More
River Oaks Golf Club - Edmond
Site of the 38th Senior Women's Championship | Read More

About Us

About Us

The Women’s Oklahoma Golf Association is a 501c3 charitable organization that promotes amateur golf to women and girls of all ages and all skill levels.  The WOGA is recognized as the authority on all that is junior girls’ and women’s amateur golf in Oklahoma. All donations are tax-deductible.

The WOGA fulfills its mission by:

  • Conducting numerous amateur tournaments for both women and junior girls
  • Providing course rating services to its member clubs
  • Coordinating volunteers to support organizations with junior girls’ programs
  • Online communication for members and perspective members
  • Online access to information for all amateur women golfers
  • Hosting forums for amateur women golfers to exchange ideas
  • Sponsoring a team of 10 to compete in the Fore State Competition
  • Sponsoring a team of 3 to compete in the USGA State Team Competition
  • Conducting Rules clinics for various groups
  • Rules officiating at various tournaments

By-Laws and Policies

To view any of the documents below simply click on the document name.
Proposed Amendment to By-Laws
By-Laws
Standard Tournament Policies
Code of Conduct

History of the Women’s Oklahoma Golf Association

The Women’s Oklahoma Golf Association was founded in 1915 to crown a Women’s Oklahoma State Amateur Champion and promote women’s golf in Oklahoma. In the nearly 100 years since it’s founding, the WOGA has crowned a State Amateur Champion in all but four years. Throughout the history of the WOGA, the affairs of WOGA have been run by an all-volunteer Board of Directors.

The first Women’s Oklahoma State Amateur Championship was held at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club in 1915.   Mrs. Arthur A. Will was the first champion awarded the prestigious State Amateur Championship trophy.  The trophy was donated by the Morris Plan Company and is one of the most spectacular trophies in the world of golf.  The State Amateur Championship was not held in 1918 due to World War I nor in 1943, 1944 or 1945 due to World War II.  The Championship has been contested on the finest golf courses in the state, with Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club hosting this prestigious event more than any other golf course.  Patty McGraw Coatney holds more titles than any other golfer with nine titles.  The State Amateur Championship has been a match play event since its inception keeping with the tradition of the original format for amateur golf.  Women amateurs, college players and junior golfers have all vied for the Championship title.  With many flights in the Championship, all levels of players have competed, enjoying new and old friendships and participating in social events.  Through the years, many matches have ended with a handshake, a cold drink and a new lifelong friendship.  For elite players, it is the most important championship of their summer schedule; and for most players, it is the most important championship for their social schedule.

In 1950, the WOGA added a Girls’ Junior State Championship for girls age 17 and under to promote junior girls’ golf in Oklahoma.  Over the years, scholarships have been awarded and the WOGA has provided a platform for young girls to be recognized as viable candidates for collegiate scholarships.  WOGA Girls’ Junior Champions have won numerous college scholarships and qualified for the LPGA, Futures and European Tours.

The WOGA Senior State Amateur Championship, for ladies 50 and over, started in 1977.  Lee Ellen Thurman holds a record seven Senior Championships.  In 1994, the WOGA added a State Partnership Championship.   The WOGA Mid-Amateur State Championship, for women age 25 and up, was started in 1996.  In 2003, a WOGA State Stroke Play Championship was added to the Mid-Am Championship.  The inaugural WOGA Cup Club Team Championship was held in May 2011 at Oakwood Country Club, Enid.

Throughout it’s almost 100-year history, the WOGA has provided an environment for women and young girls to enjoy social camaraderie and provided a variety of tournaments and formats that all players, at all ages, and at all levels of play may enjoy.  The WOGA provides various services and programs that promote junior girls’ and women’s golf.  The WOGA is the USGA-recognized organizational leader for girls’ and women’s amateur golf in Oklahoma.

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Volunteers Needed

First Tee Tulsa/WOGA
Volunteer Education
April 12, 10:00-12:00
Mohawk Park GC, Tulsa
Contact wogaoffice@woga.us

WOGA Girls' Jr Championship
July 8-9, 2014
Quail Creek G&CC, OKC
Need Caddies
Contact Cherie at richgolfers@cox.net

2014 NCAA Women's Champ.
May 17-23, 2014
Tulsa Country Club, Tulsa
Click here for info
Contact Linda Cohlmia
theartworks@cox.net

2014 U.S. Senior Open Champ.
July 7-13, 2014
Oak Tree National, Edmond
Click here for info

2015 U.S. Girls' Junior Champ.
July 20-25, 2015
Tulsa Country Club

Centennial Clock

466 days until Centennial Banquet.

Champion's Club

Diamond
($7,500 and up)
Anonymous
Dunk 'n Divot Committee
Sheila & Joey Dills

Platinum
($5,000 - $7,499)
Goodin Family Found.
Kathlyn Smith
Kathy & Bob West

Gold ($2,500 - $4,999) 
Anchor Drilling Fluids
Bill & Pat McKamey

Silver ($1,000 - $2,499)
Boylan Family Found.
Connie & Jeff Cope
Debe Hauschild
Leigh Ann & Frank Fore
Tricia Everest
Women's Oklahoma Golf
   Hall of Fame
Anonymous

 

 

Scholarships and Grants Information

Scholarship applications are due March 31.
Download Scholarship Application

Grant applications for High School Girls Golf Teams and Junior Girls Programs will be accepted August 15-October 15.
Download Grant Application.

Ask A WOGA Rules Official

Ask a WOGA Official a question about a rule! Click here to submit your question. 

Hole In One Club

Robin Purdie - Hole #8 @ Rancho Las Palmas-North
Janet Evans - Hole #4 @ Lakewood GC
Christie Collins - Hole #12 @ Oakwood CC
Joyce Washam - Hole #7 @ Forest Ridge Golf Club
Paula Fielding - Hole #13 @ Cedar Ridge CC
Jen Hays - Hole #2 @ Oak Tree CC - West
Denny Doherty - Hole #14 @ Tulsa Country Club
Jen Hays - Hole #2 @ The Greens CC during State Am
Cheryl Saxon - Hole #15 @ Lincoln Park - West
Taylor Boylan - Hole #8 @ MeadowBrook CC (during Girls' Jr Championship)
Marti Johnson - Hole #8 @ Lakeside Memorial GC
Taylor Dobson - Hole #3 @ Forest Ridge GC
Paula Martin - Hole #17 @ Moody Gardens, Galveston TX
Diane Wheat - Hole #13 @ Lake Hefner South

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