History of the Club
The Sacramento Women’s Golf Club has been an integral part of the history of the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex since it was formed
in 1932, the opening year of the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course. For several decades the SWGC was known as “The Ladies Golf Club of Sacramento” because it always had the best players in the region with the lowest average handicaps of any club in Northern California. Its rich history includes members who have participated on local, regional and national Golf Associations for the betterment of women’s golf. Today, the very friendly SWGC has evolved as an important part of the social lifestyle of ladies golf. This women’s group represents a broad range of playing abilities along with a common goal of having fun with old and new friends.
Board of Directors
Captain – Elizabeth Hill
Co-Captain – Jean Taylor
Tournament Chair – Jean Taylor
Secretary – Eileen Nowell
Treasurer – Donna Redpath
Handicapper – Lee Sadler
Times – Karen Moreno
Membership – Joyce Berg
Rules – Stephanie Trenck
Benefits of Joining
The Sacramento Women’s Golf Club welcomes new members who love golf and want to play regularly on Wednesdays year-round. How frequently you play is up to each member. You can sign up to play with a friend, or we can help you make new friends by making pairings for you. We have major and minor tournaments throughout the year.
- Instant Group of Golfing Friends
- Social Events
- PWGA Handicap
- Free round of golf on the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course
How to Join the Club
Please click here to email Joyce Berg, the Membership Director for the Sacramento Women’s Golf Club.
Club dues are $42 annually (PWGA handicap included).
Click here to contact Linda Reid, the Women’s Golf Ambassador at Haggin Oaks.