History of the SLBGA

The St. Louis Businesswomen’s Golf Association was established in 1992 by Barb Hartung, Sally Faith, Carol Stevson, Edna Woods and Rebecca Bradley.  It was originally known as Professional Businesswomen’s Golf Network, a national non-profit organization dedicated to businesswomen and golf, headquartered in South Carolina.  Its purpose was to meet the needs of working women and golf—skills improvement, networking, playing opportunities, making friends and having fun!  The organization changed its name in the mid 1990’s to St. Louis Businesswomen’s Golf Association to reflect the independence of the organization.

 

News 'n Notes

 

The SLBGA is run by volunteers who dedicate their time and efforts to make it enjoyable for all. Your membership allows you to participate at the golf events often with discounts and other amenities. You need only sign up for those events you wish to participate approximately 7 days in advance. You can sign up with a group or by yourself and you will be paired with other members. League play is available on Monday evenings at The Highlands at Forest Park and at Berry Hill in Bridgeton, and Thursday evenings at Ruth Park. See "Leagues" tab for further information and registration.

 

The St. Louis Businesswomen’s Golf Association is a non-profit organization which does not maintain liability insurance for the protection of any individual or entity or others who participate in any activity organized by the St. Louis Businesswomen’s Golf Association and assumes no responsibility for any risk associated with participation in any such activity.  Participants in any activity organized by the St. Louis Businesswomen’s Golf Association participate at their own risk and assume all liability for any personal injuries, property damage, or other claim in connection with participation.