LPGA-USGA Girls Golf provides an opportunity for girls, ages 7 to 17, to learn to play golf, build lasting friendships and experience competition in a fun, supportive environment, preparing them for a lifetime of enjoyment with the game. Girls are learning values inherent to the game of golf, such as patience, respect, perseverance, and honesty, preparing them to meet challenges of today's world with confidence.
LPGA-USGA Girls Golf sites are coordinated by site directors who are LPGA or PGA professionals, USGA members, Girl Scout leaders, Hook A Kid On Golf directors, Executive Women's Golf Association (EWGA) members, volunteers, moms, dads or members of local golf associations.
Each program also has two boards: an adult advisory board, consisting of parents and others from the community who support girls' golf; and a junior advisory board, consisting of five girls from the different levels who assist in event planning, preparing the newsletter and
provide feedback on programs.
Individual programs cover the costs for course access, fees, snacks, special events, instruction and miscellaneous expenses through fundraising, membership dues and event fees, as well as donations from the community.