The Women's Kentucky State Golf Association was founded in 1922 to promote and advance the interest of golf in Kentucky through championship tournaments, sponsorship of junior golf and state team play.
All properly organized clubs with golf courses available to its members and located in Kentucky are eligible for membership in this Association. Clubs may be admitted to membership into the Association by paying the annual dues established by the Board of Directors of the WKSGA. (Current dues are $40.00, with $5.00 of this amount dedicated to the Dorothy Waters Award.)
Any woman golfer is eligible for membership in the Association if she is a qualified legal resident of Kentucky and if she is a member of a club that is a member of the WKSGA. The entry fee for the Annual Championship or Annual Senior Championship shall be considered the dues of the individual members of the Association. Members of clubs whose dues are not paid are not eligible to participate in the activities of the Association until the club dues are paid.
Women's golf in Kentucky has a storied championship history through the Women's Kentucky Amateur Championship and the Women's Senior Kentucky Amateur. You can view the list of past champions of each event utilizing the below links.