At Browns Mill Women's Golf Association (BMWGA) our mission is to provide a supportive and positive environment, where every member has the opportunity to learn about golf and to continually develop golf skills. We offer a diverse range of activities to meet the cultural, entertainment and recreational interests of our members. Whether you are looking to meet new friends or just get away from it all, Browns Mill Women's Golf Association can help. Shed the stress and worry of everyday life and enjoy a fantastic time golfing with us!
Greetings and welcome to the Browns Mill Women’s Golf Association (BMWGA) 2022 golf season. I am excited and honored to serve as President of this wonderful organization. Founded in 1996, this year BMWGA Will celebrate its 26-year anniversary. 26 years ago, the Browns Mill Women's Golf Association was created to offer a platform for a small group of African American women who wanted to learn more about the game and improve their skills.
Today, BMWGA is a nationally known organization and an inductee into the African American Golfers Hall of Fame, continuing to build on those fundamental principles of our founders, offering an opportunity for women to play, learn, and grow in the game of golf no matter what skill level they are.
This year marks the return of our annual women's golf tournament The tournament brings together women golfers with different skill sets from all over the country for a fabulous weekend of golf and fellowship. This year we will be returning to the Legends Golf Resort in Myrtle Beach SC on July 7th through the 10th. We will also resume monthly play days and the Thursday 9-hole league both returning in the spring. We are also looking forward to our annual Georgia/Alabama shootout between Browns Mills and the ladies of the Driving Force from Montgomery Alabama which is always a good time.
As we begin this new year, we find ourselves entering into a third year of this pandemic. I hope you are all staying safe and healthy. COVID has presented challenges as to how we proceed. Challenges are speed bumps not road blocks and as the scientists and government figure out the in's and out of this virus, we recognize the struggles and challenges of trying to keep everyone safe and are able to adjust plans if neccessary.
I am grateful that golf has been one of those activities that has been least affected by the restrictions of this virus but still we must proceed with caution. As we have done in the past two years, the executive board and standing committees will continue to evaluate safety concerns and CDC guidelines that could impact upcoming events.
The Browns Mill Womens Golf Association invites you to come, share in the fun and sistership.
|Vice President||Ashley McCoy|
|Recording Secretary||Adrienne Malvin|
|Corresponding Secretary||Detra Reid|
|Assistant Treasurer||Laura Britton|