History of the Club
The Haggin Oaks Women’s Golf Club was established on January 31, 1967 by a group of members from the Haggin Oaks 9-hole women’s club. The club plays on the Haggin Oaks Mackenzie 18-hole course on Tuesday mornings and has an active membership. Members have varying handicaps but all have a love of the game, and want to play on a regular basis.
Board of Directors
Captain: Pat Williams
Starters: Nanci Ganel, Marge Polgar, Susan Wengel, Pat Williams
Secretary: Gerri Scheuer
Treasurer: Darlene McLean
Tournament Chair: Bev Brown
Handicapper: Marilyn Crosta/Pam Perata
Membership: Elaine Cannon
Past Captain: Gerry Morris
Benefits for Joining
Joining the 18-hole group has a number of advantages. The HOWGC plays year round on Tuesday mornings and members can walk or take a cart. If members don’t have an established handicap, they can play with a temporary handicap until a permanent handicap is established. Members choose to play from the One Oak or Two Oak Tees at the beginning of the year. Joining the HOWGC is a great way to make new friends, enhance your golf skills, and best of all – new and renewing members will receive one free round of golf on the Alister MacKenzie Course.
Calendar of Events
Fun tournaments are played weekly and awards given for a number of categories. Two major tournaments are held yearly and the last Tuesday of each month a pro points and putts tournament is held. Other special and fun tournaments are scheduled throughout the year.
General membership meetings are held quarterly (January, April, July and October) on the 3rd Tuesday of the month and are scheduled after play. Meetings are held in the ladies locker room.
How to Join the Club
Click here to contact Linda Reid, Women’s Golf Ambassador at Haggin Oaks via email. Membership information can also be found on the bulletin board located on the back wall in the ladies lounge at the Haggin Oaks Golf Course. Membership dues are $45 a year (which includes the PWGA handicap).
Click here to contact Linda Reid, the Women’s Golf Ambassador at Haggin Oaks.