Here we are in 2021, the Foundation’s 20th year.  The vaccine has arrived and hopefully COVID-19 is on its way out. As soon as the weather warms up, we can get back to the game we love and focus on our mission of promoting the game of golf to all women and junior girls and providing scholarships to deserving young women.

In the meantime, let’s share golf anecdotes from our own lives — but let’s keep it really, really short – no more than 135 words. It can be happy, sad, inspiring, funny or poignant, capturing a moment while you were on or around the golf course. We’d prefer if the tale was about a human connection rather than the rules of golf. We will publish all appropriate entries we receive. Let’s call them “Tiny Tales from the Tee.” You must include your name when submitting your entry but we will publish your anecdote anonymously, if you prefer. If you’d like to submit a picture along with your short story, we will publish that as well.


We are hoping that these stories incentivize young women to play golf, dispel any notion that golf is dull, and inspire our members to donate to the Foundation so that we can keep promoting the game of golf and help deserving young women with limited resources attain their higher education goals.

Please submit your entry to foundation@wmga.com.

Share your Tiny Tales from the Tee today.

If you enjoy reading Tiny Tales from the Tee, please let us know by donating to the WMGA Foundation by clicking on the link on this page. Your donation can make a big difference in a young woman’s life

Submissions:

We Were All Golfers – Val DePiro,  Montclair – NJ, February 11th 2021

Take Someone Under Your Wing – Pam Charles, Fresh Meadow – LI, February 11th 2021

Mother Daughter No Penalty – Dale Kramer, Fresh Meadow – LI, February 11th 2021