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Golf in Maine is spectacular... and golfing with all your girlfriends is even better! The Women's Maine State Golf Association cordially invites every woman golfer in Maine to join our organization. Almost everything you need to know about us, you can learn right here.

The Women's Maine State Golf Association was founded in 1926 to promote the sport of golf for women and junior girls in Maine. Today approximately 80 member clubs belong to our association and hundreds of women throughout the state enjoy the benefits of membership.

See you on the course!

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Nancy Carlson from Rockland Golf Club records her first hole in one at WMSGA event at Val Halla on July 15, 2014. She used a 5 wood on hole #11. Playing with Judy Knauf, Linda Macneil, and Denise Hennessey.


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Helen Plourd
thanks the Tri-State Team
for her 75th birthday
present (necklace).

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WMSGA News
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Annual Meeting Items

Agenda and Proposals


rsz_kelsie.png Kelsie Dessent
 is crowned

 2014 JDMOC Champion
 as well as the
 2014 Junior Champion
 at her home course,  Natanis GC. 

winners of 2014 JDMOC 
Click here for scoring results.

JDMOC Photos Day 1 & Day 2
by Sue Wootton 


Senior Champion-Sheila Brocki* 74
Runner Up-Mary Brandes 74
* Brocki winner in 1 hole sudden death play off!

Full Results

New mid-summer message from our President. Read more...

WMSGA Admin Opportunity
Learn more...


Maine Women's Amateur 

Champion Leslie Guenther 157
Runner Up Mary Brandes  159
Junior Champ Bailey Plourde 160

Final Overall Results

Flight Results

Don't forget to visit our Photo Library 

MWA Program

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Page Sisters Honored at Maine Women's Amateur
 
Martha Page White and Pennie Page Cummings, who combined for 18 WMSGA championship titles over five decades, were honored at the Maine Women’s Amateur with the Abby Spector Award for their accomplishments. 
 
Martha, who had a string of victories spanning from 1959 every year until 1964, then again in ’71, ’73-’75 and in ’84, celebrated her final two championships in ’92 and 94. Pennie won in 1964-66, again in ’72 and finally in ’95. Martha, on the left, and Pennie, on the right, flank Maine’s future women’s legends, the young high school and college students who played in this year’s Maine Women's Amateur Championship.
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