Lexington, Va. – On Monday, June 8, Lexington Golf & Country Club will celebrate the start of the Women’s Eastern Golf Association (WEGA) 2015 Amateur Championship. This highly prestigious event is also garnering local attention. At 5:30 p.m. in The View room of Lexington’s club, the WEGA will present a check for $1,000 to the Lylburn Downing Middle School Golf Team.
“We are honored to be chosen to host the WEGA,” said Shaun Fronk, general manager of Lexington Golf & Country Club. “We were thrilled to learn the association wanted to donate funds to a local organization. We knew their focus was helping young female golfers become more involved in the sport, so the Lylburn Downing Team seemed like a perfect fit. We know these funds will make a huge impact and we’re excited to watch the team grow.”
The WEGA 2015 Amateur Championship, which will be held from June 8-11, welcomes golfers from 16 states, plus the District of Columbia, for a 3 day, 54 hole Stroke Play tournament. Adding to the prestige, contestants must have a handicap index of 11.5 or less.
For more information about this event, please contact Shaun Fronk at 540-463-4141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lexington Golf & Country Club
For more than 100 years, families have enjoyed the Lexington Golf & Country Club, a private, equity-owned club nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of central Virginia. Lexington features an 18-hole golf course known as the Jewel of the Valley, four tennis courts, a shortgame facility, a junior Olympic swimming pool, and an on-site restaurant. An elegant event venue on the upper floor of the club house is often host to weddings and large gatherings. Lexington is also home to the Washington & Lee University golf teams, and has hosted the VSGA Women’s Stroke Play Championships and MAPGA Junior Golf Tour as well as many fundraising events. Lexington Golf & Country Club is managed by Up to Par Management, LLC.