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2023 PAGA and WPGA Ladies Amateur Championships


Two Pennsylvania Golf Associations Collaborate to Conduct Women's Championships


For Immediate Release……………………………………………………May 19, 2023


Pittsburgh, Pa -The Western Pennsylvania Golf Association (WPGA) and the Pennsylvania Golf Association (PAGA) have announced that they will simultaneously conduct their Women’s Amateur Championships at historical Sunnehanna Country Club on August 7th-9th 2023.

“We are very fortunate to have secured Sunnehanna as a site for our Pennsylvania Women’s Amateur Championship this year” said PAGA President Annie Vanzant. “In conversations with the West Penn Golf Association Women’s competition committee, we agreed that it made a lot of sense to avail the West Penn women the opportunity to compete for their championship at the same venue at the same time.”, she added.

 The WPGA founded in 1899 and the PAGA founded in 1909 have each conducted championship golf throughout Pennsylvania for over 123 years. In joining forces this year, they expect to conduct a championship with a strong field, providing a memorable experience for women golfers of Pennsylvania.

 “We are very fortunate to conduct our Women’s Amateur Championship at Sunnehanna,” said Terry Teasdale, WPGA Executive Director. “And we’re very much looking forward to working with the Pennsylvania Golf Association in the conduct of these championships.”

The women of Western Pennsylvania will be able to register for the 2023 Women's Western Pennsylvania Amateur Championship by visiting .  This Championship will be conducted for three divisions:


Amateurs- Two days of stroke play, Monday August 7th and Tuesday August 8th

Seniors- (ages 50 and older) -One day of stroke play, Tuesday, August 8th

Super Seniors-(ages 65 and older) One day of stroke play, Tuesday August 8th


All women of Pennsylvania are able to register for the 2023 Pennsylvania Women's Amateur Championship by visiting The State Championship will be conducted for four divisions:


Amateurs- Three days of stroke play, Monday-Wednesday August 7th-9th

Mid-Amateurs-ages 25 and older) -Two days of stroke play, Monday and Tuesday August 7th and 8th. 

Seniors- (ages 50 and older)-Two days of stroke play, Monday and Tuesday August 7th and 8th.

Super Seniors- (ages 65 and older)-Two days of stroke play, Monday and Tuesday August 7th and 8th.


Sunnehanna Country Club is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The golf course was designed by A.W. Tillinghast and each June conducts one of the premier amateur championships in the country, the Sunnehanna Amateur.


Information and questions can be directed to the following two resources.

WPGA Executive Director- Terry Teasdale (412) 826-2180

PAGA Executive Director- Jason Barkley- (610) 472-0153